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Gribnif Software released as Freeware?

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#1 Tillek OFFLINE  



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Posted Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:08 PM

I didn't notice this posted here, and it only showed up on the Facebook groups today...


But apparently, Geneva, Neodesk and a few other little programs were released as Freeware by Dan Wigla?


As posted in multiple places.....



Thanks to the magnificent job of Dan Wilga (Gribnif), and many thanks to the insistence and assistance of Tenox to recover this useful and legendary software, thanks to the Change.Org petition by AtarianComputing and all the people who have collaborated in this.
For things like this I am proud of the Atari community.
You can download this software from the official link, and you can also make a small voluntary donation (maybe a coffee?) to continue motivating those who can contribute utilities to the current Atari scene.


Just thought I'd pass it along.


#2 DarkLord OFFLINE  


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Posted Wed Feb 14, 2018 4:49 PM

Kudo's to Dan and Gribnif!

#3 Tillek OFFLINE  



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Posted Wed Feb 14, 2018 6:55 PM

At least I know what I'm doing for part of the weekend.

#4 MrMaddog OFFLINE  



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Posted Wed Feb 14, 2018 11:57 PM

Yes!! Now I can finally (legally) install the Geneva/NeoDesk 4 setup I've always wanted 25 years ago... (Had no working hard drive for the ST)

#5 leech OFFLINE  



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Posted Thu Feb 15, 2018 3:52 AM

The plan is/was to open source it so it can be improved upon as well! It currently crashes on my Falcon with CT60e enabled.

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