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James Hinnant
03/10/18 15:59
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Silicon Valley
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#190869 - Pinged Craig just now
Responding to: Sheldon Wood's previous message
Just sent Craig a message about your post, cold (cold as in 'unsolicited', as in 'cold call', not as in 'mean' :) ).

If he doesn't respond here or reply to me within a couple of weeks, I'll go ahead and update that status here, if I remember. Hopefully before the thread locks.

Re the site status, scrolling down the forums, Craig's last post on Forum or Chat appears to be this one, from July, 2012:

http://www.8052.com/forum/read/187841
8052.com Server Back Online
Craig Steiner 07/01/12 18:58

It describes recovery efforts for a server breakdown, and that some items were apparently unrecoverable.

If you look at some recent posts, some items that you can't get to by clicking around the site can still be found by other means, with Google (for the FAQs), or with the Wayback Machine at archive.org (for code library, use pages, etc.): http://www.8052.com/forum/read/190850

Account creation still works. I couldn't get my old account back or remember the password, so I made a new one.

There are not too many new or updated threads on the site. Threads are locked after so many weeks, automatically. Also may have something to do with recent trends in the industrial world, in usage of 8051 vs other processors (ARM, TI, STM, etc.).

James



List of 11 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Vault Systems      Sheldon Wood      03/07/18 23:11      
   Re: Vault Systems      Valentin Angelovski      03/09/18 14:57      
   Pinged Craig just now      James Hinnant      03/10/18 15:59      
   Sheldon Wood, "Member since 07-Nov-2013"      James Hinnant      03/10/18 16:09      
      Past member      Sheldon Wood      03/12/18 00:12      
   I'm still around      Craig Steiner      03/15/18 08:58      
      About the new domain name      Andy Neil      03/21/18 03:04      
      RE: 8052 use in general has given way to ARM      Andy Neil      03/21/18 03:11      
         Re: same old questions keep on re-appearing      James Hinnant      03/21/18 12:56      
            RE: Because the links are broken      Andy Neil      03/26/18 08:39      
      ARM vs 8052      James Hinnant      03/21/18 13:35      

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