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Archive for July 17th, 2017

Brand New Model F Keyboards – The Model M Predecessor: Mechanical Capacitive Buckling Spring Keyboards with NKRO

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/07/17

If it had function keys, I might have ordered it, but in case anyone is still interested: order before the end of July as they will likely not do a re-run of this unique project: [Archive.isBrand New Model F Keyboards – The Model M Predecessor: Mechanical Capacitive Buckling Spring Keyboards with NKRO.

Model F quality is much better than Model M, which is way better than anything manufactured after that. Just compare the spring mechanisms below.

via: [WayBackKeyboardfanaat gaat getrouwe reproducties IBM Model F leveren – Computer – .Geeks – Tweakers

What is the Difference between IBM Model M and Model F Key-Switches?

[WayBackWhat is the Difference between IBM Model M and Model F Key-Switches?

 

 

–jeroen

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Atlassian SourceTree on Twitter: “Good news! We’ve open sourced the way we phase releases for our Sparkle-based macOS app. Read on: https://t.co/QOH0tceXt4”

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/07/17

Interesting: [WayBack] Atlassian SourceTree on Twitter: “Good news! We’ve open sourced the way we phase releases for our Sparkle-based macOS app. Read on: https://t.co/QOH0tceXt4”:

[WayBackOpen Source Announcement: phased releases for Sparkle-based macOS apps | SourceTree Blog

[WayBackatlassianlabs / Progressive-Rollout-via-Sparkle — Bitbucket

A small collection of collection of classes, tests, and notes for implementing a progressive (staged) rollout of an update via Sparkle, originally implemented in SourceTree.

[WayBackSparkle: open source software update framework for macOS

–jeroen

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6502 CPU replacement board: more on how to repair 6502 systems.

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/07/17

I love the idea of a 6502 CPU replacement board: more on how to repair 6502 systems.

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