Spring Time Gardening in OS/2 Land
Remove the Weeds and Fertilize the Healthy
by Rollin White
There have been changes in the OS/2 landscape that everyone should be
aware of. As many of you know, Warpcast took a sudden retirement over
the Winter. Stepping into its place is the VOICE News mailing list.
To subscribe to this list and any other VOICE mailing list, go to
At one point OS/2 eZine! seemed like a dried up weed. However the new
Editor-In-Chief, Robert Basler, has brought new life to this great resource. The latest issue of OS/2 eZine! (http://www.os2ezine.com/) is as good as any past issue. If it's been a while since you've read OS/2 eZine!, check it out.
Some plants can be counted on to come back every spring, year after year. Such is the case with Hobbes (http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/) and LEO
(http://www.leo.org/leo_home_en.htm), the ultimate file repositories for OS/2. In the same section of the OS/2 garden, TUCOWS has revived their OS/2 section
Enjoy the Spring time and the wonderful greenery we have in the OS/2 garden.
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