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ArchiveTeam Warrior

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NewsStraight from the horse's mouth: "The Archive Team Warrior is a virtual archiving appliance. You can run it to help with the ArchiveTeam archiving efforts. It will download sites and upload them to our archive and its really easy to do! The warrior is a virtual machine, so there is no risk to your computer. The warrior will only use your bandwidth and some of your disk space." More about ArchiveTeam on Wikipedia - Archive Team. Sounds like a good cause to contribute to, if you can.
 
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Raspberry Pi poem

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NewsI found this on the comp.sys.raspberry.pi newsgroup today, and thought it was funny:

In the beginning was the GPU. And the GPU was proprietary, and without
publically available documents. And the power supply said "Let there be
reset!" and the GPU awoke.
 
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ABC 80 in FPGA

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NewsSwedish people may remember the ABC 80 computer. It is possible to run that in an FPGA, specifically the Altera DE1 board from Terasic. Here is the ABC 80 in FPGA page, the source code. and utilities.
 
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Qodem

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NewsQodem is an open-source re-implementation of the DOS-era Qmodem serial communications package, updated for modern systems.
 
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DOS on the Raspberry Pi

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NewsFrom The Developer's Tidbits: Run DOS on the Raspberry Pi Use rpix86 to turn your Pi into a 1980s super-computer. rpix86 is a PC emulator for the Raspberry Pi. Its purpose is to allow you to run old DOS games on your RPi. Neat!
 
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Nostalgia: Amiga Raspberry Pi drive

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NewsThe Amiga Raspberry Pi Drive let you use a Raspberry Pi with a few external components as a floppy drive for the Amiga. Quite an ingenious solution, and cheap too.
 
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Free60 - Homebrew on the Xbox 360

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NewsFree60 is a project towards porting GNU/Linux, BSD, Darwin and related open-source operating systems to the Microsoft Xbox 360 video game console.
 
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OpenZFS

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NewsOpenZFS is here. From the announcement: "Today we announce OpenZFS: the truly open source successor to the ZFS project.

ZFS is the world's most advanced filesystem, in active development for over a decade. Recent development has continued in the open, and OpenZFS is the new formal name for this open community of developers, users, and companies improving, using, and building on ZFS. Founded by members of the Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X, and illumos communities, including Matt Ahrens, one of the two original authors of ZFS, the OpenZFS community brings together over a hundred software developers from these platforms.

You can read more about OpenZFS at our website: http://open-zfs.org (don't forget the dash!)". Nice.

 
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Nostalgia: Hombre - transfer files PC Amiga

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NewsHombre is a collection of utilities aimed at users of low end Amiga models (like the A500) who want to transfer files from their PCs. It is both versatile and easy to use. All the software crammed onto the disk comes from legal sources and can be freely distributed (this compilation is NOT for sale).
 
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Retro: Amigacoding

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NewsIf you are an Amiga enthusiast, the Amiga Coding wiki has info on how to download to an Amiga, programming in almost every language you have heard about, and links to other resources. Cool!
 
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