Wow, you had access to quite a number of systems. I miss the Amiga, though... -----Original Message----- From: Brennan Cleveland [mailto:warriorspot@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Thursday, 12 February 2004 2:46 PM To: openbeosnetteam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; open-beos-kernel-devel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [openbeosnetteam] Was working on OBOS when... I was chatting on BeShare about classic systems, and got inspired to dig out my collection, which has been sitting ignored since I moved to my new house. Anyway, I took pictures of most of the major components, and I want to share them with you all: http://188.8.131.52/personal/ Also, I am still working on testing the stack, and commenting the source code kernel/core with Doxygen. I will be committing significant time this weekend to both of these things, and should have ping testing completed and fully documented on my project page. Thanks all, Brennan ---------------------------------------------------------------------- IMPORTANT NOTICES This email (including any documents referred to in, or attached, to this email) may contain information that is personal, confidential or the subject of copyright or other proprietary rights in favour of Aristocrat, its affiliates or third parties. This email is intended only for the named addressee. Any privacy, confidence, copyright or other proprietary rights in favour of Aristocrat, its affiliates or third parties, is not lost because this email was sent to you by mistake. If you received this email by mistake you should: (i) not copy, disclose, distribute or otherwise use it, or its contents, without the consent of Aristocrat or the owner of the relevant rights; (ii) let us know of the mistake by reply email or by telephone (+61 2 9413 6300); and (iii) delete it from your system and destroy all copies. Any personal information contained in this email must be handled in accordance with applicable privacy laws. Electronic and internet communications can be interfered with or affected by viruses and other defects. As a result, such communications may not be successfully received or, if received, may cause interference with the integrity of receiving, processing or related systems (including hardware, software and data or information on, or using, that hardware or software). Aristocrat gives no assurances in relation to these matters. If you have any doubts about the veracity or integrity of any electronic communication we appear to have sent you, please call +61 2 9413 6300 for clarification.