[Coco] The dire condition of software documentation..

Robert Gault robert.gault at att.net
Sun Aug 11 21:13:15 EDT 2019


You will want to look at
for the original OS-9 disks and manuals.

There are a large number of disks where copyright issues are vague mainly because the holders are 
out of business and there is no entity left to argue over the copyrights. Archive maintainers do 
remove software on request of the authors.


John Peasley wrote:
> Thanks for the OS-9 information. While I understand the community has
> the desire to standardize on the newest community builds for multiple
> reasons (including the lack of copyright issues surrounding the
> rebuilds as opposed to the legal black hole around getting the
> RS-licensed L1/L2 disks) I'm going to need to document the official
> L1/L2 disks too as they're a part of the overall history. Obviously
> those won't be on the NitrOS9 repository, but I'll figure something
> out when I get to that point.

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