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Here are some other places dealing with OS-9 to check out on the Internet.

World Wide Web:

Newsgroups (links lead to Google Groups):

  • comp.os.os9 - This newsgroup is not officially sponsored, endorsed, or monitored by Microware (as far as I know), but it is the place where the most OS-9 users talk.
  • bit.listserv.coco - The "CoCo" was a computer made by Tandy/Radio Shack in the 1980s. It had a port of OS-9 available, so many hobbyist OS-9 users can be found in this group. This group is actually an echo of the "cocolist" mailing list hosted at princeton, but the link seems to be broken much of the time causing the mailing list and newsgroup to be out of sync.
  • more coming soon...


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