Re: [stella] Is DASM website down?

Subject: Re: [stella] Is DASM website down?
From: "Albert Yarusso" <albert@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 16 Sep 2003 21:48:18 -0500
For the record, I am willing to mirror anything on AtariAge, and provide web
space (with your own domain name) to people who need a place to hang their
hat, as long as it's in some way classic-gaming related.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Rodrigo Silva" <stella@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <stella@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 9:35 PM
Subject: Re: [stella] Is DASM website down?

> >alternate URL:
> >The new host who took over my old one... doesn't seem nearly as reliable
> >I have seen this "website down" thingy often recently, but it worked
> >lots of attempts.
> >I think its a load issue - the site is sharing a server, probably.
> >Cheers
> >A
> Thank you all for all the replies... specially folks like B Watson and
> Adrew that provided the mirrors that solved my problem :)
> Anyway... Im grateful this matter brought to life again the discussion
> about mirrors... I agree with Kirk that mirroring huge contents like
> [stella] or AtariAge is not viable, not matter how important they are. But
> small yet crucial things like DASM could (and should) have not only a
> permanent mirror site but also local copies of the file itself
> should be kept in all reference/tutorial/forum/etc websites. Afterall, if
> Z26 shuts down, we can always look for another (as great as) emulator.
> as far as i know, no DASM = no homebrews
> Cya,
> Rodrigo
> PS: It seems today DASM's website is accessible to me :) Im glad it came
> back, after about 2 weeks.
> PS2: Kirk and Andrew... you RULE! (yeah, i know, you may be tired of
> hearing this from each and every newbie that reads your great tutorials...
> but hey, its my turn and I had to say it! :)
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