• The 'NEW' PC Board

    From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to All on Saturday, April 06, 2019 23:04:39
    All,

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in here? I have a few questions...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757 to Charles Stephenson on Saturday, April 06, 2019 20:24:56
    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Facebook abou
    PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in here? I have a few questions...

    I can confirm the area is active. There is one BBS in net 153 running PCBoard and probably any number of others too.

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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Alan Ianson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 00:51:18
    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Alan Ianson to Charles Stephenson on Sat Apr 06 2019 08:24 pm

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on
    Facebook abou PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in
    here? I have a few questions...

    I can confirm the area is active. There is one BBS in net 153 running PCBoard and probably any number of others too.


    OK, thanks. :)

    The 'New' group has a site setup on github, with the source. I'd LOVE to be able to compile it in linux! I wish I was a programmer. I am gonna see if I can play around with it though
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to Charles Stephenson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 09:41:30
    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on
    Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in
    here? I have a few questions...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn

    I run a PCBoard system. (pbmystic.rdfig.net:1023) and I am part of that FaceBook crowd.

    Ruben Figueroa aka Zazz
    Mystic Prison Board Sysop
    telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    Web: www.rdfig.net

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    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From Jazz@1:124/5015 to Charles Stephenson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 17:11:00

    All,

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in here? I have a few questions...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn

    I've replied to this from my Mystic bbs. Thought I'd do so from my PCBoard bbs.

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    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023 (1:124/5015)
  • From Dan Clough@1:123/115 to Jazz on Sunday, April 07, 2019 20:25:00
    Jazz wrote to Charles Stephenson <=-

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in here? I have a few questions...

    I've replied to this from my Mystic bbs. Thought I'd do so from
    my PCBoard bbs.

    Interesting... Is there some specific page/place on FB that you
    are seeing "a lot of activity" regarding PCB? The couple of PCB
    pages that I can see on FB are apparently not the right ones.



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  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Charles Stephenson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 10:14:00
    In a message on 04-06-19 Charles Stephenson said to All:

    Hello Charles,

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on
    Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in
    here? I have a few questions...

    Yes this echo is still active but there are very few messages here.

    Where can I find the Facebook group? I have been running PCBoard since
    v.14 up to v15.4 Beta. Since v15.2 under OS/2.


    Have a nice day,

    Holger


    .. OS/2 is 25 years old; dead but still walking!
    -- MR/2 2.30


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Alan Ianson on Sunday, April 07, 2019 10:14:00
    In a message on 04-06-19 Alan Ianson said to Charles Stephenson:

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Facebook

    I can confirm the area is active. There is one BBS in net 153
    running PCBoard and probably any number of others too.

    Yeah, one stubborn PCBoard user here too <BG>.


    Have a good night,

    Holger


    .. Bacon's not the only thing that's cured by hanging from a string.
    -- MR/2 2.30


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Ruben Figueroa@1:124/5014 to Dan Clough on Monday, April 08, 2019 09:40:23
    |10On 07 Apr 2019, Dan Clough said the following...|10

    Jazz wrote to Charles Stephenson <=-

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Faceb about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in here? I hav

    Interesting... Is there some specific page/place on FB that you
    are seeing "a lot of activity" regarding PCB? The couple of PCB
    pages that I can see on FB are apparently not the right ones.
    few questions...


    No, just responding that I have a PCBoard bbs up and running.

    Ruben Figueroa aka Zazz
    Mystic Prison Board Sysop
    telnet://pb.darktech.org:24
    Web: www.rdfig.net

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    * Origin: Mystic Prison Board*Mesquite Tx*pb.darktech.org:24 (1:124/5014)
  • From Dan Clough@1:123/115 to Charles Stephenson on Monday, April 08, 2019 11:07:50
    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Charles Stephenson to All on Sat Apr 06 2019 11:04 pm

    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in here? I have a few questions...

    This echo is active, but quite slow.

    What FB page(s) are you seeing a lot of activity about PCB on? The couple of FB pages I can find for PCB are nearly dead. Would like to visit an active one... Can you provide the specific name of the page? Thanks!
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Ruben Figueroa on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 23:55:06
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Ruben Figueroa to Charles Stephenson on Sun Apr 07 2019 09:41 am

    I run a PCBoard system. (pbmystic.rdfig.net:1023) and I am part of that FaceBook crowd.

    I was wondering, are they going to, at some point in time port it to linux?

    Regards
    Chuck
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Jazz on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 23:55:55
    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Jazz to Charles Stephenson on Sun Apr 07 2019 05:11 pm

    I've replied to this from my Mystic bbs. Thought I'd do so from my PCBoard bbs.
    bbs.

    Nice ;)

    I'm gonna call and check 'her' out
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Dan Clough on Tuesday, April 09, 2019 23:58:09
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Dan Clough to Jazz on Sun Apr 07 2019 08:25 pm

    Interesting... Is there some specific page/place on FB that you
    are seeing "a lot of activity" regarding PCB? The couple of PCB
    pages that I can see on FB are apparently not the right ones.

    They've been doing alot of work, there's even a github page too

    Regards
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Dan Clough on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 00:01:25
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Dan Clough to Jazz on Sun Apr 07 2019 08:25 pm

    Interesting... Is there some specific page/place on FB that you
    are seeing "a lot of activity" regarding PCB? The couple of PCB
    pages that I can see on FB are apparently not the right ones.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/pcboardbbs/

    Is the group that I'm in...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Holger Granholm on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 00:01:56
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Holger Granholm to Charles Stephenson on Sun Apr 07 2019 10:14 am

    Where can I find the Facebook group? I have been running PCBoard since v.14 up to v15.4 Beta. Since v15.2 under OS/2.


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/pcboardbbs/
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Jazz@1:124/5015 to Charles Stephenson on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 08:17:00

    I run a PCBoard system. (pbmystic.rdfig.net:1023) and I am part of that FaceBook crowd.
    I was wondering, are they going to, at some point in time port it to linux? Regards
    Chuck Regards,
    KrUpTiOn

    I do not know of new developments.

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    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023 (1:124/5015)
  • From Jazz@1:124/5015 to Charles Stephenson on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 08:18:00

    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board By: Jazz to Charles Stephenson on Sun Apr 07 2019 05:11 pm
    I've replied to this from my Mystic bbs. Thought I'd do so from my
    PCBoard Ja> bbs. Ja> bbs.
    Nice ;)

    I'm gonna call and check 'her' out
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn

    Come on over. Telnet is pbmystic.rdfig.net:1023

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    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023 (1:124/5015)
  • From Dan Clough@1:123/115 to Charles Stephenson on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 08:28:00
    Charles Stephenson wrote to Dan Clough <=-

    Interesting... Is there some specific page/place on FB that you
    are seeing "a lot of activity" regarding PCB? The couple of PCB
    pages that I can see on FB are apparently not the right ones.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/pcboardbbs/

    Is the group that I'm in...

    Okay, thanks.



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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Jazz on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 11:26:28
    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Jazz to Charles Stephenson on Wed Apr 10 2019 08:18 am

    I'm gonna call and check 'her' out

    Come on over. Telnet is pbmystic.rdfig.net:1023

    I'm online as I type this message. :)

    Nice BBS!


    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Dan Clough on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 11:27:46
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Dan Clough to Charles Stephenson on Wed Apr 10 2019 08:28 am

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/pcboardbbs/

    Is the group that I'm in...

    Okay, thanks.

    See ya there!
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Jazz on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 21:37:34
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Jazz to Charles Stephenson on Wed Apr 10 2019 08:17 am

    I do not know of new developments.


    They've been pretty active on the next version, as far as I can tell from
    the PC Board FB page I'm on...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Jazz@1:124/5015 to Charles Stephenson on Thursday, April 11, 2019 14:31:00

    Come on over. Telnet is pbmystic.rdfig.net:1023

    I'm online as I type this message. :)

    Nice BBS!

    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn --- SBBSecho 3.07-Linux
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    Thank you very much.

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  • From Jazz@1:124/5015 to Charles Stephenson on Thursday, April 11, 2019 14:32:00

    I do not know of new developments.

    They've been pretty active on the next version, as far as I can tell from the PC Board FB page I'm on...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn

    Apparently so, looks like I have not been paying attention.

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    * Origin: PCB Prison BBS, Mesquite, Tx pb.darktech.org:1023 (1:124/5015)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Charles Stephenson on Thursday, April 11, 2019 10:03:00
    In a message on 04-10-19 Charles Stephenson said to Holger Granholm:

    Good evening Charles,

    Where can I find the Facebook group? I have been running PCBoard since v.14 up to v15.4 Beta. Since v15.2 under OS/2.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/pcboardbbs/

    Thank you for the URL. Trying only 'pcboard' didn't give any result.


    Have a good night,

    Holger


    .. Aland Islands / 60 degrees North / 20 degrees East
    -- MR/2 2.30


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Night Rider@1:153/135 to Charles Stephenson on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 17:41:00
    Curious, is this echo active? There has been alot of activity on
    Facebook about PC Board. Is anyone here that's working on it now in
    here? I have a few questions...

    Hi Charles,

    Yes PCBoard v16 is being worked on by Ozz Nixon. It is being written in
    Modern Pascal which is 16/32/64bit compatible. This is an open source
    project. I will be hosting the first alpha/beta test board. Much will be changed, much will be added. At the moment, the project needs a
    document writer to assemble the beginings of a manual. No easy task!
    Anyone versed in PCB with good language skill please reply. I will post
    the progress of this project in this echo once an alpha version is up
    and running. A timeline is yet TBD.

    Cheers!

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.3/M 100
    * Origin: Danger Bay BBS * Vancouver, Canada (1:153/135)
  • From Dan Clough@1:123/115 to Charles Stephenson on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 08:24:00
    Charles Stephenson wrote to Night Rider <=-

    Yes PCBoard v16 is being worked on by Ozz Nixon. It is being written in Modern Pascal which is 16/32/64bit compatible. This is an open source project. I will be hosting the first alpha/beta test board. Much will be changed, much will be added. At the moment, the project needs a
    document writer to assemble the beginings of a manual. No easy task! Anyone versed in PCB with good language skill please reply. I will post the progress of this project in this echo once an alpha version is up
    and running. A timeline is yet TBD.

    Nice! I'm not a PC Board SysOp (I did run it for a short time
    years ago) I liked it! When I went to OS/2 I wanted a OS/2 native
    BBS, so I gave up on it. Wondering, will there be a Linux version
    in the future? Regards,

    Charles, this message along with a couple of dozen others, is a
    month old and was sent out by your BBS for reasons unknown...

    But to answer your questions, PCB was always available in an OS/2
    version, as far as I remember. I ran the DOS version many years
    ago. This new rewrite/clone that is going on will be available
    for Linux. There is an active Facebook page for it if you want to
    have a look there.



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  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Charles Stephenson on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 19:31:00
    In a message on 04-17-19 Charles Stephenson said to Night Rider:

    Hello Charles,

    Yes PCBoard v16 is being worked on by Ozz Nixon. It is being written in Modern Pascal which is 16/32/64bit compatible. This is an open source

    Nice! I'm not a PC Board SysOp (I did run it for a short time years
    ago) I liked it! When I went to OS/2 I wanted a OS/2 native BBS, so
    I gave up on it.

    I started using PCboard with v14 under DOS/Desqview and continued
    uppgarding it through the years. Then came v15.2 with support directly
    under OS/2.

    I did switced immedetely to running under OS/2. What a relief and still
    going strong. I only wish I could install it on modern machines.

    That is possible now with eCS and Arca OS but my wallet is too thin and
    with the "demise" of Fidonet echo- and netmail I hesitate that upgrade.


    Have a good night,

    Holger


    .. - Hiroshima '45, Chernobyl '86, Windows '95 -
    -- MR/2 2.30


    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Holger Granholm@2:20/228 to Dan Clough on Thursday, May 23, 2019 12:33:00
    In a message on 05-22-19 Dan Clough said to Charles Stephenson:

    Hello Dan,

    I repeat my message to Charles with a few spelling corrections.

    But to answer your questions, PCB was always available in an OS/2
    version, as far as I remember. I ran the DOS version many years
    ago. This new rewrite/clone that is going on will be available
    for Linux. There is an active Facebook page for it if you want to
    have a look there.

    I started using PCboard with v14 in 1992 under DOS/Desqview and continued upgrading it through the years.

    Then came v15.2 in 1995 with support directly under OS/2.

    I switched immeadetely to running under OS/2. What a relief and it's
    still going strong. I only wish I could install it on modern machines.

    That is possible now with eCS and Arca OS but my wallet is too thin and
    with the "demise" of Fidonet echo- and netmail I hesitate that upgrade.


    Have a nice day,

    Holger


    .. Canadians drank 24,000,000 gallons Kool-Aid summer '95.
    -- MR/2 2.30

    --- PCBoard (R) v15.22 (OS/2) 2
    * Origin: Coming to you from the Sunny Aland Islands. (2:20/228)
  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Dan Clough on Thursday, May 23, 2019 23:17:48
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Dan Clough to Charles Stephenson on Wed May 22 2019 08:24 am

    Charles, this message along with a couple of dozen others, is a
    month old and was sent out by your BBS for reasons unknown...

    I had a computer issue, and restored things from a backup. It's been fixed. :)

    But to answer your questions, PCB was always available in an OS/2 version, as far as I remember. I ran the DOS version many years
    ago. This new rewrite/clone that is going on will be available
    for Linux. There is an active Facebook page for it if you want to
    have a look there.


    I'm a member of that Facebook group, I've been following the progress. Looks like it's coming along nice! I tried to run PCB/2 but my system didn't have enough juice to do what I wanted it to do. I DID like it a lot. If I had the money at the time, I would have upgraded my PC just TO run it! (I was in HS, had a part-time job).
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Ozz Nixon@1:1/123 to Charles Stephenson on Monday, June 10, 2019 20:22:27
    On 2019-04-17 01:17:43 +0000, Charles Stephenson -> Night Rider said:

    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Night Rider to Charles Stephenson on Tue Apr 16 2019 05:41 pm


    Nice! I'm not a PC Board SysOp (I did run it for a short time years ago) I liked it! When I went to OS/2 I wanted a OS/2 native BBS, so I gave up on
    it.


    Wondering, will there be a Linux version in the future?

    If you noticed the intro screen on the pre-alpha:
    ANSI...

    + Linux 2.6.32-042stab120.16
    #1 SMP Mon Aug 27 21:07:08 MSK 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    up 381 days, 18:38, 1 user, load average: 0.43, 0.52, 0.44

    ** Notice Linux, 64bit.

    As Night Rider shared, Modern Pascal is 32bit/64bit compatible for
    Linux, Mac OSX, Windows (builds for Windows are on hold right now),
    RaspPi.

    Sorry for the delay on replying - been in the process of moving from
    Virginia to Florida - still have hundreds of boxes to unpack...
    however, I am back-online (communications wise).

    Right now:
    PCBoard v16 Pre-Alpha Experience (PAE) is running in Arizona on a Linux
    server inside GoDaddy.
    As soon as I can automate my dynamic IP with my DNS service - I will
    spin up another PAE site here in my office on Mac OSX.... and at home
    on a RapsPi Rev2.

    Next will be to build a git script to synchronize all these systems
    nightly. ;-)

    --- ExchangeBBS NNTP Server v3.1/Linux64
    * Origin: (1:1/123)
  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Night Rider on Wednesday, April 17, 2019 01:17:43
    Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Night Rider to Charles Stephenson on Tue Apr 16 2019 05:41 pm

    Yes PCBoard v16 is being worked on by Ozz Nixon. It is being written in Modern Pascal which is 16/32/64bit compatible. This is an open source project. I will be hosting the first alpha/beta test board. Much will be changed, much will be added. At the moment, the project needs a
    document writer to assemble the beginings of a manual. No easy task! Anyone versed in PCB with good language skill please reply. I will post the progress of this project in this echo once an alpha version is up
    and running. A timeline is yet TBD.


    Nice! I'm not a PC Board SysOp (I did run it for a short time years ago) I liked it! When I went to OS/2 I wanted a OS/2 native BBS, so I gave up on it. Wondering, will there be a Linux version in the future?
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Ozz Nixon on Saturday, June 15, 2019 00:57:18
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Ozz Nixon to Charles Stephenson on Mon Jun 10 2019 08:22 pm

    Wondering, will there be a Linux version in the future?

    If you noticed the intro screen on the pre-alpha:
    ANSI...

    + Linux 2.6.32-042stab120.16
    #1 SMP Mon Aug 27 21:07:08 MSK 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    up 381 days, 18:38, 1 user, load average: 0.43, 0.52, 0.44

    Nice!

    ** Notice Linux, 64bit.

    As Night Rider shared, Modern Pascal is 32bit/64bit compatible for
    Linux, Mac OSX, Windows (builds for Windows are on hold right now), RaspPi.

    When will there be a public release?


    Sorry for the delay on replying - been in the process of moving from Virginia to Florida - still have hundreds of boxes to unpack...
    however, I am back-online (communications wise).


    Understandable. I've been having a very rough week. I buried my father this past Tuesday. Mood and motivation has been up and down...
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to Charles Stephenson on Sunday, June 16, 2019 10:19:12
    On 2019 Jun 15 00:57:18, you wrote to Ozz Nixon:

    Understandable. I've been having a very rough week. I buried my father
    this
    past Tuesday. Mood and motivation has been up and down...

    i'm sorry for your loss... i lost mine 10 months ago :(

    )\/(ark

    Always Mount a Scratch Monkey
    Do you manage your own servers? If you are not running an IDS/IPS yer doin' it wrong...
    ... The greatest demands are often made by those who contribute the least.
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  • From Charles Stephenson@1:226/17 to Ozz Nixon on Saturday, July 06, 2019 05:16:15
    Re: Re: The 'NEW' PC Board
    By: Ozz Nixon to Charles Stephenson on Tue Jun 25 2019 03:35 am

    When will there be a public release?

    Version 16.0 and bug fixes will be OPEN SOURCE and FREE!!

    Is it released yet??

    Understandable. I've been having a very rough week. I buried my father
    this past Tuesday. Mood and motivation has been up and down...

    Sorry to hear that!

    Thank you. I've been having my good and bad days. Hopefully the 'good' days will outnumber the bad ones....soon
    Regards,
    KrUpTiOn
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