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My Email to Rick Wild
From: Mohan Embar
Date: Friday, March 03, 2000 4:30 PM
This is not a question, but a word of congratulations. From your website, to
your idea to your source code, I see a kindred spirit of someone who not only
sees beauty in coding, but also knows who to string together an intelligible
English sentence and most importantly, communicate the results of his actions.
The source code is well-commented, entertaining to read and a work of art. I haven't actually put together a Waba program yet (aside from the Hello World applet), but probably will do so before long. One thing I have been fantasizing about for awhile: a means to save those poor, neglected, abandoned 4MB, 386 laptops and desktops. Waba could save these and possibly even "lesser" machines. Do you know of anyone attempting a DPMI DOS port (i.e. using DJGPP and GRX)? If not, I will, but it will probably take me a long time because of my limited spare time.
If you want to see some fun (non-Waba) things I've written, check out:
Take care and keep up the good work.