Met @smj at Vintage Computer Fest Pacific Northwest, then saw a panel with Oscar Vermuelen, creator of these cute PDP mini-clones http://obsolescence.wixsite.com/obsolescence/pidp-8 #vcfpnw #retrocomputing https://mastodon.sdf.org/media/MSg6ntFQEc6U8u-bVMc
Exhibitor list for Vintage Computer Fest: Pacific Northwest http://vcfed.org/wp/festivals/vintage-computer-festival-pacific-northwest/vcf-pnw-exhibits/ so excite
1. Do you have any interest in (or curiousity about) the historic American national pastime of baseball? ⚾ (note: it's not a sport; it's a pastime)
2. Are you in the San Francisco Bay Area during the month of March?
3. Let's hang out. There's this thing coming up called Baseball Hack Day. I have a couple project ideas for I'd love to spend some time on.
For some time, I have been part of a group that has worked on a proposal to add missing symbols from old 8-bit computers to Unicode.
In particular, this includes the Commodore 64 which had a large set of characters that was not available in Unicode.
The proposal has now been submitted. Hopefully it'll be accpted: http://www.unicode.org/L2/L2017/17435-terminals-prop.pdf
Interests include audio, functional programming, VR/AR.
Longest night of the year ♑️