• [VOICENWS] Net: EDM/2 Wiki Updates

    From VOICE News Service@1:3634/1000 to All on Tue Mar 6 22:51:55 2012

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    From: martinDESPAM@DESPAMos2world.com


    I want to share the little updates made to EDM/2 on the last months.

    After updating the design and organizing the articles category I had included the following:

    1) Reposted other articles and material:

    Roger Orr allowed their articles to be released as Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 .

    Extending OS/2 batch files - Part 1 October 1996)

    Extending OS/2 batch files - Part 2 (December 1996)

    Using Multimedia OS/2 for sound (August 1995)

    Using a DLL for a PM hook (May 1995)

    Programming the OS/2 Switch List (December 1994)

    Calling C functions from Rexx (July 1994)

    Using REXX as a macro language (December 1994)

    A personal look at the OS/2 API (December 1993)

    Exception Management - or coping with bugs (August 1993)

    Extended Attributes - what are they and how can you use them ? (May 1993)

    Introduction to IOPL programming (December 1992)

    Writing your own PSTAT (August 1992)

    Programming direct OS/2 Disk I/O (April 1992)

    OS/2 Procedures Language - REXX (December 1991)

    Using the OS/2 debugging interface to monitor the system (August 1991)

    Drawing your own listboxes (April 1991)

    OS/2 signal handling (December 1990)

    OS/2 initialisation - making it work for you (August 1990)

    Hints for writing simple programs for both OS/2 and DOS (April 1990)

    Also Les Bell allowed his material to be released as Creative Commons, so I had
    included links to his material.

    I had also includes some links to WarpStock OS/2-eCS development related presentations on each category of the wiki.

    2) Republishing Permission

    Since we are changing to a Wiki format, republishing permission allowing derivative work for the articles has to be requested. There had been good response from part of the Authors that I was able to contact. Several authors (all that I was able to contact) accepted that his articles were republished under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 license to me migrated to the article.

    I want to thanks:

    Scott Garfinkle

    Perry Newhook

    Bj├╢rn Fahller

    Chris Palchak

    Gordon Zeglinski

    Carsten Whimster

    Sergey I. Yevtushenko

    Timur Tabi

    Paul Floyd

    Alger Pike

    Joe Wyatt

    Eric Slaats

    Dave Raymer

    Andre Asselin

    Steve Lacy

    David Charlap

    Marco J. Shmerykowsky PE

    Patrick Mueller

    Chris Matthews

    Julien Pierre

    Gavin Baker

    Semir Patel

    Some of their articles had been migrated to the wiki (the originals still remains was static web pages) and some other articles are on the pipeline to be

    There is more work to do on the Wiki, more information need to be included in Tools are, and IΓÇÖm looking forward for more development articles that can be created or reposted on EDM/2.

    Any help is welcome, please contact me.

    Visit: http://www.edm2.com

    Martin Iturbide

    OS2World.com News Master


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