• OS2PROG Echo Rules

    From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 17:00:04
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, June 30, 2000 17:00:04
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, August 31, 2000 17:00:16
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, September 30, 2000 17:00:04
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, October 31, 2000 17:00:06
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, November 30, 2000 16:00:06
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, December 31, 2000 16:00:04
    Rev: Wed 6 Oct 99 21:34 ============================================================================ The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X) is
    not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered valid.
    People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo instead, as
    this contains people with a definite REXX focus who don't poll OS2PROG.
    However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler languages that are
    being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the posting of sample code
    in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, January 31, 2001 16:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, February 28, 2001 16:00:04
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, March 31, 2001 17:00:14
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, September 30, 2001 17:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, October 31, 2001 17:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, December 31, 2001 16:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, February 01, 2002 04:21:00
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, March 31, 2002 17:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, June 01, 2003 02:58:12
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, August 01, 2003 01:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, January 01, 2004 00:00:08
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, June 01, 2004 01:00:06
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo
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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, June 01, 2005 01:00:20
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, July 01, 2005 01:00:18
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
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    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, April 01, 2006 01:00:20
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 6 Oct 99
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon--at--ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, May 01, 2007 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, June 01, 2007 00:00:08

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, November 01, 2007 00:12:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, December 01, 2007 00:26:26

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, January 01, 2008 00:00:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, February 01, 2008 00:00:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, March 01, 2008 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, April 01, 2008 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, May 01, 2008 00:36:34

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, June 01, 2008 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, July 01, 2008 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, August 01, 2008 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, September 01, 2008 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, October 01, 2008 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, November 01, 2008 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, December 01, 2008 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, January 01, 2009 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, February 01, 2009 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, March 01, 2009 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, April 01, 2009 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, May 01, 2009 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, June 01, 2009 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, July 01, 2009 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, August 01, 2009 00:00:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, September 01, 2009 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, October 01, 2009 00:04:30

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, November 01, 2009 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, December 01, 2009 00:05:38

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, January 01, 2010 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, February 01, 2010 00:20:38

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, March 01, 2010 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, April 01, 2010 00:30:56

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, May 01, 2010 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, June 01, 2010 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, July 01, 2010 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, August 01, 2010 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, September 01, 2010 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, October 01, 2010 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, November 01, 2010 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, December 01, 2010 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, February 01, 2011 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, March 01, 2011 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, January 01, 2011 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, April 01, 2011 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, May 01, 2011 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, June 01, 2011 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, July 01, 2011 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, August 01, 2011 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, September 01, 2011 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, October 01, 2011 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, November 01, 2011 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, December 01, 2011 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, January 01, 2012 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, February 01, 2012 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, March 01, 2012 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, April 01, 2012 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, May 01, 2012 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, June 01, 2012 00:12:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, August 01, 2012 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, September 01, 2012 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, October 01, 2012 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, November 01, 2012 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, December 01, 2012 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, January 01, 2013 00:00:06

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, February 01, 2013 00:00:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, March 01, 2013 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, April 01, 2013 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, May 01, 2013 15:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, June 01, 2013 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, July 01, 2013 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, July 15, 2013 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, August 01, 2013 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, August 15, 2013 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, September 01, 2013 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, October 01, 2013 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, November 01, 2013 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, December 01, 2013 00:00:22

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, January 01, 2014 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, February 01, 2014 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, March 01, 2014 00:00:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, April 01, 2014 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, May 01, 2014 00:00:26

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, August 01, 2014 05:47:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, September 01, 2014 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, October 01, 2014 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, December 01, 2014 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, January 01, 2015 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, February 01, 2015 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, March 01, 2015 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, May 01, 2015 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, June 01, 2015 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, August 01, 2015 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, September 01, 2015 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, October 01, 2015 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, November 01, 2015 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, December 01, 2015 00:02:54

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, January 01, 2016 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, February 01, 2016 00:00:24

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, March 01, 2016 00:01:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, April 01, 2016 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, May 01, 2016 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, June 01, 2016 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, August 01, 2016 00:01:02

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, September 01, 2016 00:00:12
    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, October 01, 2016 00:00:08

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, November 01, 2016 00:00:08

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, December 01, 2016 00:00:28

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, January 01, 2017 02:26:48

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, February 01, 2017 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, April 01, 2017 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, May 01, 2017 00:00:08

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, June 01, 2017 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, July 01, 2017 00:00:16

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Tuesday, August 01, 2017 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, September 01, 2017 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, October 01, 2017 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, November 01, 2017 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, December 01, 2017 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Monday, January 01, 2018 02:14:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, February 01, 2018 00:00:10

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Thursday, March 01, 2018 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, April 01, 2018 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Friday, June 01, 2018 00:00:18

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Sunday, July 01, 2018 00:00:12

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Wednesday, August 01, 2018 00:00:14

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


    * Origin: (1:3634/12)
  • From Mod Rules Poster@1:3634/12 to All on Saturday, September 01, 2018 00:00:20

    Conference rules for the OS2PROG echo: rev. 08 Jan 07
    Posting Frequency: 1st of the month.
    -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
    The Official Rules of The FidoNet OS2PROG Echo

    The objectives of the OS2PROG echo are:

    1. To provide a forum in which messages pertaining to programming
    for and under OS/2 can be exchanged. It is for the technical
    support of OS/2 programming, not OS/2 programs. Queries about
    applications and utility programs should be placed in the
    general OS2 echo.

    2. To provide technical support for newcomers to programming for OS/2.

    The rules under which messages are to be exchanged in this echo are:

    0. The preferred language is English, but this is not compulsory. Since
    most of the participants will be fluent in English, any problem
    reports will receive the widest scrutiny if they are written in
    English.

    1. Real names only. No pseudonyms, "handles", "monickers" or aliases.

    2. Relevance to topic. Posts should pertain to programming and
    specifically in the OS/2 environment.

    3. Advertising. A maximum of 1 advertisement per month by the
    author/publisher of software relevant to the topic of the echo will
    be permitted. Other products must NOT be advertised.

    4. No flaming or abusive language will be tolerated. Also, excessive
    profanity is not permitted. Please remember the sensibilities of
    others before you upload that QWK packet.

    5. Let the moderator do the moderating. Do not reply to "test" messages
    from BBSes that have just joined the echo. Do not reply to off-topic
    messages or flames. These will all be dealt with by the moderator.

    6. You may post uuencoded, xxencoded or base-64 encoded message only
    with the prior approval of the moderator. When asking for approval
    please state the approximate size of the message, its content and
    usefulness to the other participants of the echo.

    7. The OS/2 platform is deemed to be:
    Native OS/2, both text and PM;
    Virtual DOS Machine (VDM & WIN-OS/2) session.

    The only reason to discuss DOS/Windows programs in this echo will
    be if those DOS/Winodws programs use features specific to OS/2's
    VDM or WIN-OS/2 support. General DOS/Windows programming is
    off-topic.

    8. High ASCII is permitted, except 'FF'X, but low ASCII (below '20'X)
    is not permitted beyond the standard CR/LF/etc., characters.

    9. Programming languages. All programming languages are considered
    valid. People using REXX might consider using the OS2REXX echo
    instead, as this contains people with a definite REXX focus who
    don't poll OS2PROG. However, all compiler, interpreter and assembler
    languages that are being used to program OS/2 are suitable for the
    posting of sample code in this echo.

    These rules will be revised, amended or appended to as needs arise.

    Thanks in advance for your compliance.

    David Noon - dwnoon-=at=-ntlworld.com
    Moderator, FidoNet OS2PROG echo


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