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Saturday, October 24 2020 @ 02:37 PM

Warpstock 2020 Sessions

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John Edwards Opening comments Welcome to Warpstock
Sigurd Fastenrath A Touch too much ArcaOS on a Lenovo Yoga 12 with Touch and Stylus support as well as the "Touch Interface".
David Azarewicz Arca Noae Device Drivers: Recent Progress and Future Plans In this session, we will review the recent progress of the OS/2 device drivers. We will cover some of the issues that were encountered and the solutions that were implemented. The future plans of some of the key drivers will also be discussed. There should also be time to address questions from the audience. There has been some exciting progress in the past several months so you do not want to miss this session.
David Azarewicz Reporting Problems (description needed)
Lewis Rosenthal ArcaOS update In this session, Lewis Rosenthal, Managing Member of Arca Noae, LLC, will discuss the extended maintenance cycle for the 5.0 release and the current status of 5.1 development. The session will include information on support renewals for 5.0 now and after the 5.1 release, as well as planned localized 5.1 versions.
Nathan Woodruff Updates to the personal financial program Quick and Easy I started Quick and Easy in 2005 because my personal finance program Quicken 98 was no longer supported and working on Windows XP. I took many accounting classes in my college years and knew that I could develop a program in OS/2 PM that was better and easier to use than the professional programs available for OS/2 or the programs listed on Hobbes.edu. I mentioned it to a few people in a OS/2 chat group on AOL(remember that?) and they suggested that I start a yahoo group. Not only did a number of people show interest, the Yahoo group swelled to over 250 members in a year or so. Ever since then I have strived to make the program the best personal finance program out there for OS/2 - eCS. I spent my professional career from 1989 to 2001 developing OS/2 pm programs for a number of companies. I consider myself to be the best OS/2 native pm programmer left that still actively develops for OS/2 today.
John Edwards Closing comments Warpstock 2020 wrap-up


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