And warm greetings of course to my friend rjamorim!
I'm glad you guys are enjoying!!Please keep contributions coming! I'm looking for different versions of Apollo player, for instance.
Sorry i totally forgot to look on my old HDD.For foobar2000, see this messages:https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,16055.msg334541.html#msg334541https://hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,98123.msg815977.html#msg815977>http://www.seon42.eu/fb2koldies.7zhttp://mongras.free.fr/fb2k.xls(I'll reup complete archives if you don't have them anymore)
@rjamorim I checked some more CDs and found out three more versions of apollo, 37ud, 37v and 37zc. I send you the link in a PM.
rjamorim, rc55, 2017? I think I will go back to sleep, something seems very off.
How modern to use github. Soon you will use github pages, markdown and github LFS for the files...
I'm interested in filling up the Apollo page with more versions. If you have them lying around, please get in touch! (check the About page)
I did some serious research these last few weeks, trying to obtain information as accurate as possible for the dates displayed for each file (that information will come handy for some site improvements I've been planning).I researched release notes, readmes, zip file timestamps, and even PE timestamps; and hopefully the pages now portray as accurately as possible what was released when.
I don't know on which old HDD I have my collection of Apollo... I only found few of the latest versions.Normally all my downloads preserve server times but not this time.Link: http://rgho.st/7s784CyM7
If it makes you feel any better rjamorim, RRW looks great on Edge, but I don't have lynx installed ATM
Time to scour the old hard drive collection for any promising uploads.Cachaca for everyone!