[Coco] Jason Scott is awesome... Re: Working on Coco Files

Mark D. Overholser marko555.os2 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 12 17:21:53 EST 2016

On 12-Dec-16 10:07, John W. Linville wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 09:05:52AM -0800, Mark D. Overholser wrote:
>> Stephen et al.,
>> I have been in contact with Jason Scott of archive.org..  You can see the
>> Conversation below..
>> His e-mail is <jason at textfiles.com>
>> If the members of this group that have CoCo Archives want to contact him, he
>> will provide an FTP Address or a mailing address for DVD-ROM to be mailed
>> to.  You can also follow up with him to make sure that the CoCo Archives,
>> get Archived..
>> MarkO
> Thanks, Mark!
> I have dealt with Jason Scott on multiple occasions. Whatever you
> think of his public persona (which I enjoy but I can imagine that
> others may not), there should be no doubt about his dedication to
> the preservation of retro computing information and his willingness
> to accomodate those that want to advance "the cause".
> In short, get your stuff on archive.org! Everything! Got a flier from
> CoCoFEST! 7? Send it in! A scan of the instructions for an unreleased
> Diecom game? Send it in!  A diskette with stuff you wrote in BASIC
> during the afternoons of your fifth grade year? Image it, and send
> it in!
> No whining, no complaining, no BS -- just send it in!
> John

For those who want to Archive CoCo "stuff", please send it to Jason 
Scott at archive.org using these methods..

u: wacko
p: jacko

Make a subdirectory and shove it in.

Mailing address:
Jason Scott
c/o Internet Archive
300 Funston Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118

Jason's e-mail is <jason at textfiles.com> so you can follow up..

He is expecting us...


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