FromVladimir Fyodorov2:50/15.1Date Write2018-05-16 12:49:19
ToSergey Anohin0:0/0.0Date Arrived2018-05-16 13:00:03
SubjRe: FTN Survey Results
Разнообразно приветствую тебя, Sergey!

16 Мая 2018, Sergey Anohin писАл к Vladimir Fyodorov следующее:

VF>> Как я и предполагал, из-за отсутствия среди вариантов ответа
VF>> hpt/husky эти варианты посчитаны как разные тоссеры: HPT hpt
VF>> husky/hpt Husky Husky HPT HPT - Husky Project Squish and
VF>> HPT-Suite husky Hpt HPT (HUSKY)
SA> Там даже регистр учитывался. Кстати а че такое Mystic? Это какой-то
SA> комплект?

Mystic BBS:
Mystic BBS was conceived around the year 1995 when the author became frustrated
by the lack of customization available with Renegade BBS, and first released to
the public in late 1997 during a period when many BBS packages were seeing a
decline (or a full stop) in development. Mystic is developed from the ground up
with all original source code and is intended to be the spiritual successor to
both Telegard and Renegade (two of the packages the author used prior to
developing Mystic BBS).

With the fall of MS-DOS and the decline of the BBS, Mystic continued to push
forward by releasing an OS/2 and Windows 32 native version in 1998. Mystic was
the first of the non-commerical DOS based BBS packages to make the transition
and integrate directly with the Telnet protocol. Mystic also went on to become
the first of the MS-DOS based packages to release a native Linux version in
1999, and the first to introduce a standardized platform for DOOR games across
all 4 operating systems.

In the following years after the first MS-DOS release in 1997, Mystic grew to
become one of the most widely used BBS packages. Popular amongst many SysOps
who took ease of customization and the user experience seriously, it is
arguable that Mystic was (or even still is) the most popular BBS software for
those who share a common interest in ANSI art and BBS modding.

In recent years, Mystic has removed its DOS version and its limitations, and
has moved on to better integrate with Internet protocols. Mystic now has
internal Telnet, RLOGIN, SSH, NNTP, POP3, SMTP, FTP, HTTP and BINKP servers
while continuing to focus on and enhance the SysOp and user experience.

In the fall of 2011, Mystic added a native Mac OSX version and went open source
for several years.

In early 2015, Mystic introduced a stable release for Raspberry Pi with 1.10.
Mystic in 2015 provided the only integrated BBS and echomail solution for the
Raspberry Pi (ARM Linux) and OSX (Macintosh) platforms.

As of May 2018 the project is currently on haitus do to some real life

Всяческих благ. Искренне Ваш, Vladimir Fyodorov, эсквайр.
... А ну-ка поищите мой таглайн
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