After I interviewed Bard Ermentrout, creator of RAMBrandt (http://ataripodcast....trout-rambrandt), he sent me a big pile of floppy disks. The disks were terribly dirty and unreadable, but I removed the media from each disks and cleaned them with water and alcohol, and managed to save the vast majority of the data.
Here's what I got: Bard's disks.zip 930.49KB 78 downloads
I have sorted the disks into five rough categories — please keep in mind that I had to make some guesses based on Bard's terrible disk labeling and organization. (If you're reading this, Bard: It's amazing that you saved this material and were willing to share it. Although disk labeling is not your song suit, you have many other wonderful qualities
Anyway — the categories are:
Bard's Source code — seems to include source for some version of RAMBrandt, the 3-D Graphics Module, and maybe Bard's homemade digitizer)