• Hello out there in Amiga Land...

    From Ray Sbaitso@1:19/38 to All on Sat Aug 18 14:21:46 2018
    It's been a long time since I've posted on a forum on an Amiga BBS and it's great to see some networks are up and running. I'm curious to know how many folks are out there and how many are working with classics vs the current hardware.

    Is there much activity in the other Fidonet Amiga forums? What does the NF stand for in the Amiga forum?

    Great to be here, looking forward to posting.

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  • From Gary McCulloch@1:154/50 to Ray Sbaitso on Sun Aug 19 10:38:21 2018
    Well, I am running a Amiga BBS and I also call out with it, but it is an emulated system. It is rare that I Call boards with a Syncterm or Netrunner.

    // CNet/5 SysOp: Gary McCulloch of Reign Of Fire BBS.
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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Ray Sbaitso on Sun Aug 26 16:33:08 2018
    Hi Ray!

    25 Aug 2018 15:20, from Ray Sbaitso -> Richard Menedetter:

    Classic being (to me) any of the hardware put out by Commodore.
    Current being the line of hardware from A-Eon, Eyetech, etc.

    then classic

    What does the NF stand for in the Amiga forum?
    I do not know what you are talking about. Which forum? This Echo
    is calles "amiga" there is no NF anywhere.
    The BBS I'm on has a Fidonet forum that is called Amiga NF, but I'm
    not sure what the NF stands for. The BBS just connected to Fidonet so there aren't any old posts to go back and read.

    BBSes can name the areas differently.
    The fidonet area is called "amiga"

    CU, Ricsi

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  • From Richard Menedetter@2:310/31 to Ray Sbaitso on Wed Aug 22 16:03:54 2018
    Hi Ray!

    18 Aug 2018 14:21, from Ray Sbaitso -> All:

    I'm curious to know how many folks are out there and how many are
    working with classics vs the current hardware.

    I am here.
    What do you mean classic vs. current Hardware?
    I do have an Amiga 1200 and an Amiga 500.

    They are purely used for recreational retro purposes if that was the question.

    Is there much activity in the other Fidonet Amiga forums?

    I do not know of other forums in fidonet.
    There is an othernet calles amynet.
    There is some life there.

    What does the NF stand for in the Amiga forum?

    I do not know what you are talking about.
    Which forum? This Echo is calles "amiga" there is no NF anywhere.

    CU, Ricsi

    ... Education: What's left over after you've forgotten the facts.
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  • From Wilfred van Velzen@2:280/464 to Richard Menedetter on Wed Aug 22 16:11:44 2018
    Hi Richard,

    On 2018-08-22 16:03:54, you wrote to Ray Sbaitso:

    There is an othernet calles amynet.

    AmigaNet ! ;)


    Bye, Wilfred.

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  • From Ray Sbaitso@1:19/38 to Richard Menedetter on Sat Aug 25 15:20:33 2018
    On Wednesday August 22, 2018, Richard Menedetter said to Ray Sbaitso...

    Hi Ray!

    18 Aug 2018 14:21, from Ray Sbaitso -> All:

    I'm curious to know how many folks are out there and how many are
    working with classics vs the current hardware.

    I am here. What do you mean classic vs. current Hardware? I do have an Amiga 1200 and an Amiga 500.

    Classic being (to me) any of the hardware put out by Commodore. Current
    being the line of hardware from A-Eon, Eyetech, etc.

    They are purely used for recreational retro purposes if that was the question.

    Is there much activity in the other Fidonet Amiga forums?

    I do not know of other forums in fidonet. There is an othernet calles amynet. There is some life there.

    What does the NF stand for in the Amiga forum?

    I do not know what you are talking about. Which forum? This Echo is
    calles "amiga" there is no NF anywhere.

    The BBS I'm on has a Fidonet forum that is called Amiga NF, but I'm not sure what the NF stands for. The BBS just connected to Fidonet so there aren't
    any old posts to go back and read.

    CU, Ricsi

    Good to hear from you. Thanks for the reply!

    ... Education: What's left over after you've forgotten the facts.
    --- Zeus BBS 1.5
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