Raul, can you please elaborate on "we do not know how long java will be
What might happen to Java, and on which platform(s)?
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Received: 09:58 AM EDT, 08/22/2017
From: Raul Jager <raul@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] *** ADMIN: Is this list needed anymore?
I have used tn5250, at present I use tn5250j. Maybe this list can cover
both, since we do not know how long java will be available.
On 08/21/2017 09:48 AM, Davide Grandi wrote:
> Good morning,
> - how many people are subscribed to this list ?
> - tn5250 is stable, but where the people should go to discuss about it
> - could you (admin & tn5250 project team) transfer the list to
> sourceforge ?
> I'm worried about leaving a good open source telnet 5250 emulator (out
> of two, if I'm not wrong) without even a self paced support.
> Best regards,
> Davide Grandi
> Ing. Davide Grandi
> mail : davide.grandi@xxxxxxxxx
> On 21/08/2017 08:10, Scott Klement wrote:
>> I guess a good question would be "does anyone still use tn5250?"
>> This tool was very successful years ago, but other tools like tn5250j
>> and IBM's ACS are more popular now. Is anyone still interested in
>> discussing this?
>> On 8/17/17 10:11 AM, Buck Calabro wrote:
>>> On 8/17/2017 9:34 AM, David Gibbs wrote:
>>>> The last message on this list was a year ago (August 2016).
>>>> Is there any real need for it anymore?
>>>> If there is no response, within 2 weeks, with a compelling reason
>>>> keep it active I will shut it down.
>>> It has been quiet.
>>> Where should people post questions about tn5250? The MIDRANGE-L
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