[Noisebridge-discuss] LYSATOR's bylaws...
Jonas S Karlsson
jsk at yesco.org
Wed Jun 4 00:48:54 UTC 2008
I've now finished the rough translation of the bylaws of lysator (
Not sure if it is going to be helpful or not, but these have evolved over 35
It was formally constituted 23 March, 1973, in order to be able to receive a
SAAB built computer
http://www.economicexpert.com/a/Datasaab.htm, here is some music performed
by the saab computer:
http://www.ctrl-c.liu.se/misc/datasaab/musik-eng.html recorded in 1967,
Singel record released 1978).
In 1975 Lysator designed LYS-16: a 16-bit computer using the IMP-16 CPU
the 4-bitslice processor, 8MHz, 4KB RAM, tv as monitor, tape recorder for
They'd send a snailmail to some guy named Wozniak, which they'd heard did
something interesting, but it turned out that he was using some silly 8 bit
so they didn't bother speaking to him again.
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