The February 2007 issue of the VOICE Newsletter is now available
February 02, 2007 by Mark Dodel
++ From the VOICE OS/2-eCS News Service http://www.os2voice.org ++
From: Mark Dodel
The February 2007 issue of the VOICE Newsletter is now available online.
After a three month hiatus, the VOICE Newsletter is back and packed with
informative articles about OS/2-eComStation and events in our user
community. If you want to see continued publishing of the newsletter
without gaps in the future please consider writing an article, or helping
with editing or translation. We need your help.
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In the latest issue you will find:
o Why does it have to be so hard?, an editorial by Mark Dodel.
o Warpstock Europe 2006 - revisited -Background details on event
organisation, by Thomas Klein.
o OS/2 and Multilingual Character Sets: Part 2, by Alex Taylor.
o Using Theseus to Study Memory Usage Under OS/2 -Part 1, by Sjoerd Visser.
o Warpstock Europe 2006 -Report from Cologne, by Christian Hennecke.
o Using the Intel 2200BG Mini PCI card, by Ed Durrant.
o And of course letters, addenda, and tips!
Older issues can be found at http://www.os2voice.org/newsletters.html, or
http://de.os2voice.org/newsletters.html, and the Hobbes archive as well.
As always a big thank you to our authors, editors, and translators without
whom there would be no VOICE Newsletter. Please consider helping with the
translation or writing an article for the Newsletter. Guidelines for
submissions to the VOICE Newsletter are available at
http://www.os2voice.org/newsletter_submission.html, including some
suggestions for topics.