Apple IIe Aztec C65 and Related Apple IIe Programming Posts Coming Soon to Raspeberry Pie

Hello Raspberry People,
With the amount of cross-posting that has been occuring, I think it might be
a good idea to reciprocally include this newsgroup in my future Apple
IIe-related and Aztec C65-related product announcements, and programming
discussions.
But I thought I'd just get some feedback before I cross-post topics that
have little to do with Raspberry Pie, and more to do with Apple Pie.
I will be making these product announcements a little later today or
possibly tomorrow and I would like them to be seen properly in related
newsgroups. I have lately been led to believe that this may be one of those
Apple IIe related groups. But if not, for example, I would not post my
product announcements into the MS-DOS newsgroups even though the Aztec C65
cross-compiler runs in MS-DOS and the new utilities for the Aztec C
toolchain are MS-DOS programs (with the occasional 32-bit Windows program
thrown in.)
Having said that, in lieu of feedback before I make my announcements in a
few hours, I will follow whatever lead the users of this group have been
able to demonstrate to me up to now.
Up to now, I think this must be an Apple IIe related newgroup.
For anyone who uses google groups, I should note that I use a news reader on
my local machine and it provides me information on new newsgroups like this
one, so I personally don't need to see the further messages from Raspberry
Pie in with my Apple IIe related posts in the Apple II groups unless they
are Apple II related.
I do realize of course that we are just having fun and I am certain I have
made my point clearly. DO send me private mail if you don't want to respond
publicly, or just want to yell at me in private..
Thank you very much,
Apple II Forever!
Bill
Reply to
Bill Buckels
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Sorry if I offended anyone by mis-spelling Raspberry in my Subject Line on my previous post. I fin Apple II a little easier to spell.
Thank you very much,
Apple II Forever!
Bill
Reply to
Bill Buckels
You spelled "Pi" incorrectly too. This is not a spelling (or any other kind of) flame.
Reply to
Rob Morley
Some of us would argue that you misspelled "Apple ][e" as well, but that's being needlessly pedantic! 8-)
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Dave Althoff Jr.
On Tue, 21 May 2013 03:42:22 +0000 (UTC), snipped-for-privacy@sbcglobal.net (Dave Althoff Jr.) declaimed the following in comp.sys.raspberry-pi:
How can you afford to shoot it?
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Dennis Lee Bieber
Would you happen to be related to Justin Bieber? 8o)
Bill Garber
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Bill Garber
On Wed, 22 May 2013 02:17:52 -0400, "Bill Garber" declaimed the following in comp.sys.raspberry-pi:
Not to my knowledge... He's from Canada, my bunch is Michigan (in truth, my side considers Owen Bieber -- UAW -- to be the black sheep)
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Dennis Lee Bieber
To some extent it may be possible to substitude newer parts, What bits do you need?
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Jasen Betts

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