Dal wrote:I think there are already some great 8bit Atari forums out there to be fair.
Mug UK wrote:AtariAge is the main forum for everything Atari released - consoles and computers. Would seem a bit daft treading on their toes.
Shredder11 wrote:I think it would be better for all websites concerned to simply have a links section pointing to each others sites. Old fashioned maybe but sensible nonetheless.
Retrogamer_ST wrote:It's a bit sad to see that the only computer without a home in this forum is Atari 8bit when even C64 and Amiga has it's own forum in "Other Platforms".
spiny wrote:Retrogamer_ST wrote:It's a bit sad to see that the only computer without a home in this forum is Atari 8bit when even C64 and Amiga has it's own forum in "Other Platforms".
if you're desperate to chat 8bit, use the 'general chat' forum.
Dal wrote:I think you might have misunderstood what the "Non Atari Platform" sub forum is actually there for. It is to discuss software / games /demos made by Atari-coders on different platforms. In fact there are some posts in there for the 2600 that shouldn't be there.
For the sake of arguing, I'll create an 8bit corner.
DarkLord wrote:Honestly, when I want to do anything 8bit - I go to AtariAge.
It's more 8bit 'centric.
One of the best things about AtariForum to me is that it is ST specific.
<shrugs> I have no problem at all visiting both sites daily.
christos wrote:AtariAge has a single forum for every atari computer or console.The activity on each forum is another subject. The ST community isn't as big or as active as the a8 community so the ST section of AA isn't very active. That's all.
nativ wrote:Shredder11 wrote:Ahem.....http://www.atarimusic.net/
What about the MIDI programmers, demo or game developers? We have had a number of midi discussions on here already.
nice to see the A8 no here.. maybe help to promote cross development! never a bad thing!
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