Applefritter BBS launched

Today we launched Applefritter BBS, a new bulletin board system inspired by Apple's eWorld.

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Lisa schematics uploaded

A large collection of Lisa schematics have been added to the Lisa Collected Papers archive.

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Lisa library added

In 2003, David T. Craig mailed me two CD-ROMs containing a tremendous library of material about the Lisa. The material totaled 1.3 GB. At the time, Applefritter was running on a prototype ANS 300 (Deep Dish) with a 2 GB hard drive. As such, we didn't have the space to post it. Now we do!

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Apple I Owners Club - Hi Res images

Most of the pages in the Apple I Owners Club archives have now been updated with high resolution images. When I first started work on these archives, in 2000, the pages were optimized for dial-up internet. This time, all the documents are scanned at 300 dpi.

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Acceptable Use Policy

1. Rules:

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Applefritter IRC - Tonight!

Join us for the Grand Opening of Applefritter IRC tonight at 9:00 EST.

Participate in a friendly technical discussion and hear a number of exciting announcements about our plans for both Applefritter IRC and Applefritter in general. If you want to get involved, be sure to come!

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Applefritter IRC

About #Applefritter

#Applefritter is always open, but busiest on weekday evenings and Saturdays. We use the Freenode network. A list of servers is available, but, port 6667 is recommended.

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Your patience is appreciated as we upgrade to the latest version of Drupal.

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New vHacks!

Thanks to the hard work of danamania, Applefritter now has a gallery for vHacks!

A vHack is a "virtual hack" - a hack that exists only in Photoshop and in the imagination of the artist. Here are a few of Dana's:

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Welcome Back!

The new Applefritter server is up. Thanks to everybody for being so patient. The new Server is a 2.4GHz Pentium IV with 2 GB RAM and a 180 GB hard disk, running Slackware Linux 9.1

Compared to the old server, that's about 5x the processing speed, 8x the RAM, and 4x the disk space. And we ditched Red Hat for Slackware. Smile

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