0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Was big into the c64 back in the day.
I got donated a box of about 10 vic-1540, 1541 long board, 1541 short board, etc... They were marked as BAD, but some seem to work fairly well. Is there a guide to identify each type of drive. And, is there some sort of repair, alignment, maintenance guide?
Robert - do you know if there are any members from El-Shift-Oh still active in the C= scene?
...has anyone successfully started a C= users group in the last decade? (i.e., not one that was well established in the 80's/90's)?
In December, the Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network (SCCAN) celebrated its third year anniversary. In mid-2010 the Portland Commodore User Group (PDXCUG.org) and the Commodore Computer Club (of Vancouver, WA) were established. Though not a C= club per se, the Manteca Order of Retro-Gamers (MORG) has been meeting for 4+ years; they have a strong interest in Commodore.
I'm tempted to declare myself the sole member of the central florida commodore users group.
Is the acronym CFCUG being used by another group?
If I were more into "social networking media" I'm sure making contact with like-minded people would be easier. But I'm not the facebook type. Though I have considered generating interest via a BBS as a point of contact.
I was realy only active in south florida...I was a member of the local club: CCCC ( or 4 c's). I believe that it stood for commodore connection computer club.
We met once or twice a month at the south florida science museum.
Well, strictly speaking, a group is comprised of two or more persons.
However, I think that "Commodore Club of Central Florida" is more mellifluous. It abbreviates to C3F (which also means "Commander, 3rd Fleet (U.S.)"!).
And the above response to Roberts post, my friends, is precisely why mathematicians find themselves only fitting into groups of one