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The "Atari ColdFire Project reloaded" can now be found on http://firebee.org

posted Oct 2, 2016, 1:46 PM by Troy Cheek   [ updated Oct 2, 2016, 1:47 PM ]
http://firebee.org/fb-bin/index
Ever since we brought the new website "firebee.org" online in the summer of 2015, "acp.atari.org" was not kept up-to-date by us anymore. First we thought we could keep running a kind of technical "developer-blog" on "acp.atari.org", but that turned out to be unnecessary. All technical information, for which that site was a true treasure trove, was or will be worked into "firebee.org". For this reason we will probably not update anything anymore over the next few years here on "acp.atari.org", except maybe small improvements, or the completion of some translations. The pages themselves will, however, remain online as long as possible. On the one hand, they really contain a large amount of chronologically ordered knowledge and can also be of historical interest, since all contents from the first beginnings of the ACPs (between 2002 and 2006) are available. On the other hand, having a "decentralized" infrastructure is never a bad thing, and that way we always have a "backup-website" at our disposal. We want to thank atari.org again for the positive cooperation, which has now already gone on for over a decade.

All current information and news about the "Atari ColdFire Project", as well as the Open Hardware product "FireBee", are available on

http://firebee.org

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