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A biography has recently been posted to the TI99ers Hall of Fame website to describe the accomplishments and contributions to the TI community of Dr. Ron Albright.

 

Please take a moment to visit our site at www.ti99hof.org and read about the many contributions that Ron and the other previous inductees have made to the continuous enjoyment of our favourite little Home Computer.

 

Jacques

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A document has recently been posted to the TI99ers Hall of Fame website to describe the many contributions to the TI community made by The Ottawa TI-99/4A User’s Group.

 

Please take a moment to visit our site at www.ti99hof.org and read about the many contributions that this user group and the other inductees have made to the continuous enjoyment of our favourite Home Computer.

 

Jacques

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A document has recently been posted to the TI99ers Hall of Fame website to describe the many contributions to the TI community made by Stephen Shaw.

 

Please take a moment to visit our site at www.ti99hof.org and read about the many contributions that Stephen and the other inductees have made to the continuous enjoyment of our favourite Home Computer.

 

Jacques

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The TI-Chips User Group has been inducted to the TI99ers Hall of Fame to recognize their contribution in creating, administrating and promoting the prestigious Jim Peterson Achievement Awards and also for their various other community involvement.

 

Please take a moment to visit our site at www.ti99hof.org and read about these contributions that the TI-Chips User Group and our other inductees have made to the continuous enjoyment of our favourite Home Computer.

 

Jacques

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6 hours ago, WhataKowinkydink said:

ti99hof.org seems to be down.  Maybe i'm late to the party as usual, but i'm surprised (and sad) to see that it isn't around

There are past web crawled versions on archive.org.  Here and here   .

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A year or so after Jacques' passing, those of us who were still active with the HOF Board of Governors voted to place the Hall of Fame in inactive status.  The email content pasted below is the official notification sent by Glenn to the TI-99/4a Yahoo groups:

 

Thu 12/31/2015 11:14 PM
Dear Fellow TI99ers,
After discussing and voting, by the TI99ers Hall Of Fame - Board of Governors, it was decided to disband the Board of Governors and place the TI99ers Hall Of Fame into a new site for TI-99/4A historic viewing only.
The new location for viewing the TI99ers Hall Of Fame is now at:  http://www.ti99ers.org 
Be aware that the relocated Hall Of Fame is now in an inactive status.  This means that nomination and installation of future inductions cannot be processed until such time that a new Board of Governors is operational.
Respectfully yours,
Glenn B.
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Sadly www.ti99ers.org is no longer responding here either.
Even more sadly not quite all of the old content has been archived on archive.org:
http://web.archive.org/web/20160420074238/http://ti99ers.org/hof/
is fine - as is
http://web.archive.org/web/20170507044907/http://ti99ers.org/hof/index_year.html
but the images of the Hall of Fame entrants seem to be absent from their individual pages.

A more recent- copy, with MOST of the images but several missing bio's is at:
http://web.archive.org/web/20211030092918/https://ti99ers.peterfleeman.com/hof/bios/members.htm -
however several biographies from this version are missing from archive org entirely.

So a true recreation of the site- to be as complete as possible- would need to do a bit of pick and mixing between the two versions.

I support a presence for the old pages on ti99iuc should the loss be permanent and no-one left to put the site back up.

bb.


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