The upload guidelines need revise, we need somebody to manage the operation, and we need people to upload scans. Any interest? Any suggestions? Any volunteers?
I'm not the one to manage anything (the rest of my life seems to keep my plate full), but I do have a fairly good scanner that'll do 600dpi max (just go out to lunch first, it's difanatly not a speed deamon), and photoshop elements, which I can correct scans with...
Computer wise, I can give you scans of these boards (in order from oldest to newist):
Power mac 7500
#180MHZ card (I think I still have it around, or was that the one I sent down under?)
#G3 card (I don't know the brand, I can pull it out if nessary
Bege g3 (can't remember the speed)
Bondi iMac (rev 3)
I'm interested in helping in any way i can. and as soon as i get a new scanner, (mine are too old to work on here, i'd have to put up with suckworthy microtek driver/software combination that only works with OS 8.) I'll let you know when I get a new scanner, and i'll scan boards that I have. About management, how extensive of an operation is it? This would help me, and anyone else with interest, get a better idea of what exactly they would be doing, and to be able to judge time consumption.
Nubus cards should be 700 pixels high
Maybe the 72 dpi spec was necessary for some old browser or program, but I don't think it's so anymore. Why not specify whatever the final actual resolution is to be, to avoid confusion.
24-bit color JPEGs
All text on the card and ICs must be easily legible.
Ideally, the background should be white.
JPEGs must be of high quality with no visible artifacts; in GraphicCoverter, set quality to 90%
The other thing is to save it "web ready"... no resource fork or extraneous information, such as icons and previews.