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RE: [N8VEM-S100:1319] RomWBW on S-100 Project status...


I recently got CP/M 1.4 up and running on my IMSAI. 
I'm no expert, but please let me know if I can be of any help.


> Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2013 15:14:45 -0800
> From: douglas...@mac.com
> To: n8vem...@googlegroups.com; n8...@googlegroups.com
> Subject: [N8VEM-S100:1319] RomWBW on S-100 Project status...
> Friends,
> There is a project underway to port Wayne's RomWBW CP/M implementation
> to the S-100
> using John Monahan's S-100 boards. I am leading the software effort and
> Tom Lafleur is
> leading the hardware effort. Leonard Young is on-board as another
> knowledgeable set of
> eyes and brain pan to help the project stay on track. This port of
> RomWBW has Wayne's
> blessing.
> The reason I am contacting you is to let you know that there will be an
> operating system
> available in the near future that has the same look and feel as the
> RomWBW you are used
> to on N8VEM platforms such as Zeta, SBC-v2, and N8.
> I would like builders that are using or intending to use S-100 with
> John's boards to let
> me know who they are so I can gather information about their
> configurations and desired
> support from the new version.
> My intention is to begin with CP/M-80 v2.2, and then move on to CP/M-80
> Plus, and perhaps
> MP/M-80 in time. I am open to other thoughts about this.
> The more information I have about the builder's needs and wishes, the
> closer I can come
> to fulfilling them. I only know about half a dozen people using S-100
> right now, and I know
> there must be many more, and I believe my sample size isn't large enough
> to represent the
> views of the N8VEM/S100COMPUTERS.COM Community.
> You may respond on-list or off-list.
> Respectfully,
> Douglas Goodall
> --