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Re: Falcon serial numbers

Postby calimero » Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:25 pm

Estimate of what? :)

How much Falcon were produced? :)
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Re: Falcon serial numbers

Postby wongck » Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:39 pm

I also wonder estimation of what.
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Re: Falcon serial numbers

Postby calimero » Tue Aug 28, 2018 11:11 am

Hi,

I reorganize presentation of data so now it is much nicer than plain table.

Take a look: http://milan.kovac.cc/atari/chipmunk/ :)
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby jury » Tue Aug 28, 2018 4:43 pm

#136 entry is to be deleted. I have accidentaly pressed some shortcut submitting the form during typing data.

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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby calimero » Tue Aug 28, 2018 5:05 pm

Thanks for entries!

#136 is delete, please confirm it is ok now.
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby jury » Tue Aug 28, 2018 5:10 pm

Yes, its OK.

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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby mikro » Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:08 pm

To be honest, I prefer the old look. Sure, it didn't look so fancy but it was far better readable. Actually, what I would love to see is the old table back and a proper per-column sorting function.

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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby dhedberg » Tue Aug 28, 2018 7:53 pm

mikro wrote:To be honest, I prefer the old look. Sure, it didn't look so fancy but it was far better readable. Actually, what I would love to see is the old table back and a proper per-column sorting function.

I'd prefer to be able to list the contents in a table as well. At least as an alternative to the new presentation. Column sorting in ascending/descending order would be great (requires only a minor addition to the SQL query), and also improved formatting of the table (last version of the table just dumped the contents without any formatting) so that one column doesn't completely dominate the width.
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby wongck » Tue Aug 28, 2018 10:59 pm

yeap... you never win them all. Typical life for anything.
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby CheshireCat » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:09 am

I also prefer the older table. Would be great to see sort asc/desc per field. Keep on the good work !

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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby calimero » Wed Aug 29, 2018 8:49 am

dhedberg wrote:
mikro wrote:To be honest, I prefer the old look. Sure, it didn't look so fancy but it was far better readable. Actually, what I would love to see is the old table back and a proper per-column sorting function.

I'd prefer to be able to list the contents in a table as well. At least as an alternative to the new presentation. Column sorting in ascending/descending order would be great (requires only a minor addition to the SQL query), and also improved formatting of the table (last version of the table just dumped the contents without any formatting) so that one column doesn't completely dominate the width.

lol! :)

I am also like more for "data driven" approach... but I was thinking that it would be nice to add some design and graphics to born data... oh well.

There is no SQL, just plain txt file (JSON formatted) behind this.

Anyway I need to find some JavaScript table with sorting capabilities and to fill it with data. Lets see...:

https://www.sitepoint.com/12-amazing-jquery-tables/
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby calimero » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:37 pm

Hi,
I add new table view!

It have sorting and searching capabilities plus my filter for machine.

Check it: http://milan.kovac.cc/atari/chipmunk/in ... e-view.php

I am not only sure how it looks like in Windows browsers since it has two sliders... so let me know ;)
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby Cyprian » Thu Aug 30, 2018 1:56 pm

Calimero, I see very intrigue record there:

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nyfinest "Atari enthusiasts during the close of Atari we purchased some of the development systems used to create the Falcon Computer. We have had these in inventory for some time now and have decided to part ways with most. The Atari Sparrow development boards are numbered and are the original prototype of the system. These are being sold as (untested and not in a working condition). I have both the original development boards Atari used to the develop the ASIC’s (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) and the Sparrow first prototype machine Atari engineers used to validate the system and software. These are very rare and it's for collectors only (as it hasn’t nor will be tested) SOLD as a collector or enthusiasts item not working...) It is extremely probable that they can be made to work. Does NOT include 68030RC16 or RAM Card. What is listed in the pictures are of the actual unit you are bidding on. Serial Number A3 22 30 000 04 Hand Written We also have the JEDEC files for all custom GALS, so replacements are never a problem. Please contact us if you have questions."
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby Rustynutt » Thu Aug 30, 2018 6:17 pm

The few OEM boxes I had remaining, AIRC matched the case but not the motherboard. Never check in the past. Recently letting 6 Falcons go the last two years, was really only interested in the REV, so missed out on that data. I've seen discussion here before about Falcon keyboard color. Guessing the past 25 years have owned at least 20 units, 4 new. I'd say the majority of them (possibly early REV) have the cream keyboard base, and gray keys you see on most all Falcons.
Thinking about the Mark X's built. Purchased a new unit from Toad around 1995. It was an NTSC unit, all I remember.
My "wonder" is, how did CLAB go about breaking down the number of units they made. There would have to of been a motherboard order made for the Mark X, or complete Falcons had the modifications done and were used in the Mark X case.
Second would indicate there should be top and bottom excess of cases. I've not ever seen a large bundle offered, but communication back in the mid 90's wasn't what it is today.
I have one original Mark X, one Mark X case with all the goodies, and first one I bought sold to a user in Hawaii around 1998 (divorce sale, but did recover :) ).
That's three accounted for.
Also have a MK 1 that appears near unused before I found it. Was a "closet" divorce sale Falcon. Have yet to look inside, but will follow up with the case number.

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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby calimero » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:14 pm

Cyprian wrote:Calimero, I see very intrigue record there:

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nyfinest "Atari enthusiasts during the close of Atari we purchased some of the development systems used to create the Falcon Computer. We have had these in inventory for some time now and have decided to part ways with most. The Atari Sparrow development boards are numbered and are the original prototype of the system. These are being sold as (untested and not in a working condition). I have both the original development boards Atari used to the develop the ASIC’s (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) and the Sparrow first prototype machine Atari engineers used to validate the system and software. These are very rare and it's for collectors only (as it hasn’t nor will be tested) SOLD as a collector or enthusiasts item not working...) It is extremely probable that they can be made to work. Does NOT include 68030RC16 or RAM Card. What is listed in the pictures are of the actual unit you are bidding on. Serial Number A3 22 30 000 04 Hand Written We also have the JEDEC files for all custom GALS, so replacements are never a problem. Please contact us if you have questions."


I copy this from ebay auction!
like I wrote: "nyfinest selling it on ebay 302500212155"

I am not sure, but Mikro maybe bought Sparrows from him!
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby calimero » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:16 pm

Rustynutt wrote:The few OEM boxes I had remaining, AIRC matched the case but not the motherboard. Never check in the past. Recently letting 6 Falcons go the last two years, was really only interested in the REV, so missed out on that data. I've seen discussion here before about Falcon keyboard color. Guessing the past 25 years have owned at least 20 units, 4 new. I'd say the majority of them (possibly early REV) have the cream keyboard base, and gray keys you see on most all Falcons.
Thinking about the Mark X's built. Purchased a new unit from Toad around 1995. It was an NTSC unit, all I remember.
My "wonder" is, how did CLAB go about breaking down the number of units they made. There would have to of been a motherboard order made for the Mark X, or complete Falcons had the modifications done and were used in the Mark X case.
Second would indicate there should be top and bottom excess of cases. I've not ever seen a large bundle offered, but communication back in the mid 90's wasn't what it is today.
I have one original Mark X, one Mark X case with all the goodies, and first one I bought sold to a user in Hawaii around 1998 (divorce sale, but did recover :) ).
That's three accounted for.
Also have a MK 1 that appears near unused before I found it. Was a "closet" divorce sale Falcon. Have yet to look inside, but will follow up with the case number.


Mikro have great page about all your questions!

There is link on my Chipmunk page to Mikros page: https://mikrosk.github.io/clockpatch/history.htm
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Re: Atari Computers serial numbers database (and peripherals)

Postby calimero » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:30 pm

I just added Atari compatible computers:

Medusa Hades
Medusa T40
FireBee
Milan 040
Milan 060

is this correct?
Do I miss something?
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