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 Post subject: Start asking!
PostPosted: Tue Mar 04, 2008 4:17 pm 
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Well what the heck, it's time to give it a go:

More and more "Users" (non-developers) are coming to Retrohackers.com, and that is generally a good thing because it's the end users who give important feedback to the developers. However, too many "support" related questions are now filling the developer threads, and this is not a good thing. To remedy that, this section will now contain forums (currently the Q&A forum to begin with) for everything non-developer related.

In this forum you can ask questions such as:

* How do I use program X with hardware Y?
* Why doesn't the tool XY work on my Z setup?
* Why do I get error XYZ ?
* How do I connect gadget X to port Y on my Z ?
* ...etc

I hope this will contribute to make Retrohackers a even better place to hang out :wink:

RG


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Besides finding out whats great and coming. Its great to see so many great minds doing so many 64 -128 projects. Seemed the place find the best hardware to get to do the job, Or to find the best person for any project. A great leader once said that what made him great was the great minds around him. I've learned a lot from reading, And hope to spend many more hours reading, Papadwight- The commodore for dummys- Who still love there 64.


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