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Antikx
post Sep 19 2008, 07:15 PM
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Howdy,
I'm finding that with two little kids, two jobs, a wife, starting University (you're never too old), home reno's, etc, I'm not really left with much free time to work on tyrannozaurus proper.
Changes...
-The forum has become a bit of a ghost town, so I'm thinking I'll disable it and make an off-line copy available.
-"it's a good Linux morning podcast" has been moved to a dot com address and we're planning on starting up again in a few months (before Christmas).
-I'm willing to offer compilers and/or Zaurus enthusiasts an FTP account and your own Zaurus website (and feed), 4free. I'll hook you up with: http://youralias.tyrannozaurus.com and a gig of space. (send me a msg if this interests you). I just ask that it have some Zaurus related stuff on the site, and please try not to get slash dotted. smile.gif
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espi
post Sep 30 2008, 11:34 AM
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I'm new to the zaurus scene and appreciate all the amazing work on the Tyrannozaurus.com site.
I only recently figured out how to actually access all the goods on it! (/old) sad.gif
I understand it is the reality of real life costs and time to not be able to keep up the site, although selfishly, I hope it could continue to exist!
Regardless, I, and all zaurus users would benefit greatly from the information of the site to be preserved and shared somehow. A pdf or other type of collection of the entire site would be a godsend.
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