[Coco] Who is selling or offering CoCo Software or Hardware?
diegoba at adinet.com.uy
Sun Dec 11 08:54:53 EST 2016
A Wiki is a good idea indeed, but ...
Actually, the main reason I created the site was to learn / practice /
improve my CSS / PHP / MySQL :-)
What I can do, is add forms so that users can submit the info.
Perhaps the CoCopedia could also be used for something like this?
> I was thinking about this idea a little further, and having a central site
> where it’s easy to see what new hardware / software is out there would be
> pretty neat, but...
> What if you made it kind of like a wiki, where people could add their items,
> update whether something is currently available or not, etc? Since every
> entry is going to refer to an outside link anyway...
> I think something like this would appeal to me more if I could make / edit
> the entries for my items. It may be less work for you as well that way.
> Just a thought.
> - Ed
>> On Dec 9, 2016, at 8:26 PM, Diego Barizo <diegoba at adinet.com.uy> wrote:
>> Hi everybody.
>> A few days ago I started working on a website that I hope can act as a "hub" for those who offer new software or hardware for the CoCo.
>> I would like to add all the currently available products, so whenever anyone wants to buy something, instead of going through 4-5 lists, groups or forums trying to find what they want, they can go to just one place.
>> Right now, I'm trying to figure out who is actually selling the SDC, and having a hard time finding that ;-)
>> Can someone point me in the right direction?
>> Also, I would be thankful if anyone else who is offering any other "new" CoCo product would let me know, so I can add it to the site.
>> Right now I just have some Cloud9 hardware and Nick Marentes software...
>> The site is www.cocowares.com
>> Thank you all,
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