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foone 22 Oct 19
I hope the license file is just An Open Letter to Hobbyists.
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John K 22 Oct 19
Replying to @Foone @thilographie_de
“Stop stealing my stuff! - billg”
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Superheroes wear masks 23 Oct 19
Replying to @JohnKennedyMSFT
Sadly, not the original source code, but the disassembly?
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John K 23 Oct 19
Replying to @badscrew
“Annotated Disassembly” As it was originally written on a PDP emulating an Intel 8080, I wonder where that source code is or if it even exists any more.
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𝗗𝗲𝘄𝗮𝗻𝘁𝗮𝗽𝗿𝗮𝗻𝗮® 22 Oct 19
Replying to @JohnKennedyMSFT
Print with IBM 1403 Line paper (1975)
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Joseph Donovan 22 Oct 19
Replying to @JohnKennedyMSFT
Delightful and thrilling to read. Thank you for sharing.🖒👏✔😎
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Chuck Hellebuyck 22 Oct 19
Awesome!
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Stewart Russell 22 Oct 19
Replying to @JohnKennedyMSFT
Complete with slightly snide.commemts from Monte
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🐈‍⬛👓🧄 22 Oct 19
Replying to @JohnKennedyMSFT @Foone
not Free like MS-DOS 1 and 2 though (waiting for GW-BASIC anyway)
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DJ Adams 🇪🇺 23 Oct 19
Hats off to MS on this, for many reasons, incl.: - the recognition of this as a valuable (and fascinating) historical artifact - making it available to everyone - what they've done so far with GitHub And no, to those wondering, nobody has hacked my Twitter account.
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Superheroes wear masks 23 Oct 19
Is it really from MS though?
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