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  1. As this came up in another thread, I am clarifying this for our California Denizens. This is pertaining directly to Title 20. Information gathered from (Energy Code Ace) Requirements Title 20 Section 1605.3(v)(6) requires workstations, rack-mounted workstations, mobile workstations, small-scale servers and high expandability computers manufactured on or after January 1, 2018 to meet all of the four following criteria: 1. Be powered by an internal power supply that meets or exceeds the standards in Title 20, Table V-9 (see below) or an external power supply that meets efficiency level VI as described in the International Efficiency Marking Protocol for External Power Supplies Version 3.0 (IEMP) 2013; Title 20, Section 1605.3(v) 2. Incorporate Energy-Efficient Ethernet functionality; 3. Transition connected displays into sleep mode within 15 minutes of user inactivity and 4. Transition the computer into either the computer sleep mode or computer off mode within 30 minutes of user inactivity. If the transition is to a computer sleep mode, that sleep mode shall either: a. Be a computer sleep mode as described in ACPI as S3 or b. Consume power less than or equal to 10 + 0.03 * C, where C is the system memory capacity in gigabytes minus 32 gigabytes (see Table V-6 in Title 20 Section 1605.3(v)) Small-scale servers and rack-mounted workstations are not required to comply with #4 above (see Title 20 Section 1605.3(v)(6)(A - D)) So, basically, my boss did not give me ALL the information. I think that the Retro Computing Community of California will be largely unaffected by this. Be careful selling power supplies. Make sure they conform to this code. Thanks for making me search it out @cbmeeks (which I do mean 🙂 )
  2. I'm hosting my annual "Atari Party", once again back in Davis, California (near Sacramento; about 1-2hr east of the greater San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley): Saturday, May 2nd, 12pm-5pm Yolo County Public Library, "Mary L Stephens" Davis Branch 315 East 14th Street Davis, CA 95616 Main website: http://www.newbreedsoftware.com/atariparty/2015/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AtariPartyDavis Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1549017432027616 We've got about 40 systems lined up to come, including Atari 2600s, 5200s, 7800s, 8-bit computers, ST/TT/Falcons, Lynxes, and Jaguars, as well as other systems running Atari video games, including Colecovision, Nintendo NES & GameBoy Advance, Sega Genesis, Sony PlayStation & PS2, and a Rasbperry Pi. Among the exhibitors volunteering you may recognize some of the names: Sal "kjmann" Esquivel (Atlantis Games Group), Rob McMullen (Player/Missile Podcast), Dan "The Trak-Ball Man" Kramer, Bob "bob1200xl" Woolley, and yours truly. There'll also be a free prize drawing, thanks to numerous sponsors (including Eight Bit Fix, No Starch Press, Rob McMullen, Sal Esquivel, Kevin Savetz, the Digital Game Museum, and more). We've got a bunch of books, some t-shirts, a complete "heavy sixer" VCS/2600 with games, Atari joystick USB adapters, an Atari ST Component Video adapter, a copy of Space Harrier for the 8-bit, and a Raspberry Pi computer! If you're near the area, please drop by and have some fun! Also, I'd love help spreading to word; attached to this post is a PDF of this year's flyer!ap2015flyer_20150217.pdf Note: This event is non-commercial, and no sales/trading will occur. It is not endorsed or sponsored by the Yolo County Public Library.
  3. Hi there! Ya'll may remember me from back in the day, 2008, when I found Cabbage Patch Kids Adventures in the Park for 2600. Well, I've been quite busy since then. We've built the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment in Oakland, California's first videogame museum! We've very small right now, but we are trying to grow. We need volunteers, equipment donations, and monetary donations. We can give you a tax-write-off for all of these, as we are a 501c3 non-profit. We also need volunteers, both local and remote. We're preparing for our first exhibit right now, the history of 3D, and we need help writing up the documents/plaques that will accompany each game. They'll be simple one-page sheets with screenshots, the names of the games' creators, and some info on the game's creation. Anyone interested in helping us out? Or with just coming to volunteer? Email me at [email protected] check out our site at http://www.themade.org or come by for one of our weekly events: Wednesday nights at 7 we have our weekly meeting, and Tuesday nights at 7 we have Fight Club, and old skool fighting game tournament. Want to host events? Contact me! Our primary goal is to teach people about how games are made, and to provide playable exhibits. We're located in downtown Oakland at 610 16th St. Suite 230 Oakland CA 94612.
  4. Plans are underway for this year's annual Atari Party, being held once again in Davis, California (near Sacramento, and a 2-ish hour drive from the greater San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley) -- Atari Party 2016! We haven't picked a date yet, but I wanted to get a thread started here on Atari Age, in case anyone here on the forum is local*, and wants to help out at the show. It will be on a Saturday, from 12pm-5pm (with setup starting at 10am). Atari Party is a free event, open to the public. There's no selling/trading/vendors at the event (it's typically held at my local public library). I've held it every year since 2009 (a few times were in Sunnyvale), with great turnout from the general public -- not just Atari geeks. * Though admittedly, folks have been coming from as far as Oregon to help run (& exhibit at) the show, and it sounds like some will be doing so again this year!
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