Saurus Lunch vol. 1, 2 and 4

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By TheKid

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27-06-2021, 19:55

You cam try read-dmk.com

By hamlet

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27-06-2021, 20:28

Gentlemen, no direct downloads of warez in this forum please. Stay creative. Wink

By Sylvester

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27-06-2021, 20:43

Try creating dsk files with: https://www.msx.org/wiki/FDSAVE As far as I can see all volumes have the same copy protection, so If you can send the dsk files I will have a look at it (see my profile for my email).

By tfh

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27-06-2021, 21:04

hamlet wrote:

Gentlemen, no direct downloads of warez in this forum please. Stay creative. Wink

Sorry... I guess sometimes it's still quite unclear what the exact policy is.
I understand that's is not wise in any way to link to software from the "big software houses". See the discussion here:
https://www.msx.org/forum/msx-talk/software/list-undumped-ms...

I removed the links to some Korean Software from the Wiki and GDX corrected me, telling me that I was wrong and that only links to "large publishers who still market their old software" were not allowed.
Since "Co-Deuz Computer" isn't a "a large publisher" I though it would be OK, but... I guess it isn't.

I would still like to see some clear definition about what IS allowed and what IS NOT.

I don't mind following rules, but... I'd like these rules to be clear and consistent.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4V6l47hNYc

By hamlet

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27-06-2021, 21:06

I understand. For some reasons we want to be on the save side. I'm sure we can give an hint or direction where to find the downloads, just no direct links.
I can't define large publisher, neither what companies are more open minded or liberal. So:
Whenever copyright laws will open for retro and obsolete software, we will too.

By tfh

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27-06-2021, 21:13

hamlet wrote:

I understand. For some reasons we want to be on the save side. I'm sure we can give an hint or direction where to find the downloads, just no direct links.
I can't define large publisher, neither what companies are more open minded or liberal. So:
Whenever copyright laws will open for retro and obsolete software, we will too.

So this means that this wiki needs to be edited and the links removed?

By hamlet

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27-06-2021, 21:32

I can't see a direct download link on this wiki page?

By tfh

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27-06-2021, 21:41

hamlet wrote:

I can't see a direct download link on this wiki page?


All the "See HERE" links point toward "a certain directoy" on a "certain archive".

By hamlet

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27-06-2021, 21:49

You are right.I wasn't aware. Time to think about.
But also I think this is a bit off topic to discuss here.

By tfh

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27-06-2021, 21:58

hamlet wrote:

It seems we are going to open pandora's box here.

Yup. But that is why it is important to have clear rules and to be consitent about it.
I personally don't have any problems with the fact that MRC wants to play on "the safe side" when it comes down to "wares". I can understand that for 100%. I've already asked for clarity about it in the past, but I was always told that the rules are clear (as you can see in the link I posted above). But I can't see why the links in the Wiki are OK, and the links to a diskmagazine are not. Even with taking GDX's explanation into account.
Is it me who is being that stupid that I can't undertand those rules, or is the policy not consistent(ly applied)?

hamlet wrote:

You are right.I wasn't aware. Time to think about.
But also I think this is a bit off topic to discuss here.

Aha, you've editted your reply in the meantime Smile
But yes, you are right... it's a bit off-topic here. And I guess it's also more of an internal affair for MRC, so... I'll leave it at this.

Let's go and support Belgium now Smile

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