So here we are at the end of October, 2016, and with it, the end of Retrochallenge 2016/10. My silly project is much too vast in scope to finish in just one month, so this isn’t the end of my project… it’s just the end of October, for me.
I have decided to participate in Retrochallenge 2016/10, which is pretty much an excuse to spend the month of October working on a retrocomputing project. Ok, let’s be serious: That doesn’t really make October much different than the preceding or following months for a lot of us retrocomputing enthusiasts. But this month, it’s official!
I’m taking on an ambitious project which will almost certainly remain unfinished at the end of the month: Converting a DEC RL02 into a ginormous USB hard drive, so I can use it for imaging and writing RL02 packs!