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Joe Groff
2020: These ports all use USB-C connectors, but none of them are compatible 1990: These devices are all SCSI, but none of them use the same connector
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Joe Groff Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
1980: These ports are all DB-25, and mixing them up will set your computer on fire
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Joe Groff Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
We're not sure whether 10base2 or 10baseT is going to win as the standard Ethernet medium. Let's come up with a standard "Attachment Unit Interface" so our network cards can handle anything What? Standardize the connector for the interface? Of course not
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Joe Groff Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
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Joe Groff Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
OK, to their credit, they did *try* to standardize AUI at least
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Siân Griffin 🏳️‍⚧️ Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
Looking forward to USB 4 causing even more confusion here
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Social Distancing SCSI Enthusiast Feb 12
Replying to @sgrif @jckarter
Looking forward to USB 4.1 Gen 2 Rev 1b to smooth things out.
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Dustin Dawes 💤 Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
2030: These devices are all SCSI and all use the same connector
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CatTyped Feb 12
Replying to @gu3st @jckarter
2030: These devices are all SCSI and all use the same connector, USB-C. They are not compatible
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hello again Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
2010: These devices all use SCSI over USB-A connectors
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John Ripley Feb 12
Replying to @jckarter
All the worst parts of USB-C are in the "USB-"
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