[vcf-midatlantic] What projects are you working on?

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Mon Dec 28 18:48:39 EST 2020

Well, since I received the boot software from Ethan for my Amiga 1000,
 I am checking it out and getting my Commodore 1084S monitor working and setting that up.
Making sure it all works.
 I will then have to download some software, but I have to figure out how to get it onto floppy discs.

Then once the 1000 is done,
I’ll move onto the 2000.
Hopefully I have the correct boot software for that.
But I don’t have a keyboard for the 2000, so I’m going to have to make up some sort of an adapter for the 1000 keyboard to work on the 2000.
I’ve also acquired a whole bunch of Commodore 64 stuff, software and even a voice synthesizer. (Software)
That’ll be my next project after the 2000 is completely tested.
If I don’t have the 2000 done by the time comes, I will most likely bring it to the workshop.

Mike Rosen

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> On Dec 28, 2020, at 1:00 PM, Jeffrey Brace via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> During this time of year many of us are off work or inside for one reason
> or another.
> I'm curious what projects everyone is working on.
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