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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Anon01] #113884
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Originally Posted by Anon01
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I have many more dumps I would like to submit (maybe not the correct way), but unless this issue is resolved, my future contributions to Mame is over.

If this can not be resolved, so be it. It's up to you.


I don't understand what a "resolution" is here.

Just Desserts can answer that question.


If you're trying to extract an apology out of Ryan you'll fail. You can either contribute if you think it has some value to the project, or not contribute, unfortunately those are the choices you have.

Last edited by R. Belmont; 09/01/18 03:02 AM. Reason: Further personal insults aren't gonna help this thread.
Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Haze] #113895
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Originally Posted by Haze
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I have many more dumps I would like to submit (maybe not the correct way), but unless this issue is resolved, my future contributions to Mame is over.

If this can not be resolved, so be it. It's up to you.


I don't understand what a "resolution" is here.

Just Desserts can answer that question.


If you're trying to extract an apology out of Ryan you'll fail. You can either contribute if you think it has some value to the project, or not contribute, unfortunately those are the choices you have.

I see R Belmont had to edit your post due to 'further personal insults". Interesting.

On topic.

(1) My goal was to try and resolve this matter with Just Deserts.This is where I failed.

(2) Just Deserts is all grow up. He (or it she?) can speak for himself. If he is man enough to throw insults at me, then he should be man enough to address me directly on that matter.

(3) I set the terms here, not you. My terms were either to have this issue resolved with Just Deserts, and if it could not be resolved I would no longer contribute to Mame. The issue has not been resolved, therefore I will no longer contribute to Mame. No skin off my back. It's that simple.

I'm sure more toxic comments (that have not be edited) are coming my way, so I'll be on my way.

Adios...

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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Anon01] #113896
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Originally Posted by Anon01
I'll be on my way.

Adios...

That's probably for the best.... If you don't want to contribute anything, you're just wasting your and everyone else's time...

*sigh*... some people want to be handled like rockstars for contributing to MAME... meanwhile other people just upload everything they can to archive.org so that everyone can benefit...

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Anon01] #113897
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Originally Posted by Anon01

I see R Belmont had to edit your post due to 'further personal insults". Interesting.

I'm sure more toxic comments (that have not be edited) are coming my way, so I'll be on my way.


He did, although they were more strategic, and directed at MG, not you, because I wanted to show that even other people here did not appreciate his initial response. I thought this reasoning would be understood, but clearly it was not and it got edited.

That said, Darkstar and most others have a point, you're showing yourself to have an equally bad attitude, those who care about contributing contribute, because they're doing it for the value it has to the documentation of our computing history which is why projects like MAME and archive.org were formed. If you want to punish every other person on the planet because you dislike how one person treated you then that I'm afraid is your problem.

I actively dislike a number of the team members because I feel that they're bad for the project, but since I have skills to write code, I write it, because who knows, I might get hit by a bus tomorrow, and in the end what I think of them matters a lot less than the value the project has to human history.


Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113898
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I edited it more because of the specific language than the point being made, which I thought was reasonably well preserved.

Now we need to get back to topic and I gotta download the stuff rfka01 made with that awesome blinkenlights dumping rig.

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113900
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@RB just to clarify: the blinkenlights rig (TM) was just used for the character generators, an adapter from Reactive Micro was used for the Apple II and ITT2020 ROMs.


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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: Haze] #113902
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Originally Posted by Haze
That said, Darkstar and most others have a point, you're showing yourself to have an equally bad attitude, those who care about contributing contribute, because they're doing it for the value it has to the documentation of our computing history which is why projects like MAME and archive.org were formed. If you want to punish every other person on the planet because you dislike how one person treated you then that I'm afraid is your problem.

I actively dislike a number of the team members because I feel that they're bad for the project, but since I have skills to write code, I write it, because who knows, I might get hit by a bus tomorrow, and in the end what I think of them matters a lot less than the value the project has to human history.

I'll put together the most complete apple-1 software collection available (for the cassette interface), and give it to Mame when finished. I can't give a date, as this will take some time.

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113904
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I'll put together the most complete apple-1 software collection available (for the cassette interface), and give it to Mame when finished. I can't give a date, as this will take some time.


Thanks! That'll be a good opportunity to check out the Apple 1 - so far it was too bare metal for me.


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Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113906
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I'll put together the most complete apple-1 software collection available (for the cassette interface), and give it to Mame when finished. I can't give a date, as this will take some time.


Thanks! That'll be a good opportunity to check out the Apple 1 - so far it was too bare metal for me.

Don't get too excited. The Apple-1 'kit computer' had a very short life (April 11, 1976 - September 30, 1977), so the available software is rather sparse. Apart from "official" Apple-1 programs (from Apple Computer Co.) a good majority of the software came from enthusiasts. Homebrew software was common in this era as computers were mostly for hobbyists.

I plan to put together all the known software for the Apple-1. However, I'm not entirely confident I will be able to convert all the programs into a .wav format. I'll see what I can do for Mame.

Re: 8bit Apples - Apple I, II, /// and the 16 bit GS [Re: rfka01] #113907
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If you can stuff the programs onto a CFFA-for-Apple I harddisk image we could probably use that (and it would be more user-friendly than loading from tape).

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