Author: Leo Newman and Ralph Walden, later Z INNOVATORS
Additional Notes:
OASIS BBS demo program. OASIS JUNIOR III is the --ALL MACHINE LANGUAGE-- demo version of the OASIS BBS program. OASIS is very crash-resistant and comes with a "dial out" screen so that the Sysop can use the BBS as a terminal program to call and fetch files without having to bring the BBS down and reload a terminal program. OASIS supports "Door programs" which it refers to as "OASIS PAL modules". This OASIS demo module comes with an excellent message system. The OASIS file system is one of the most complicated that I have ever seen. It consists of "file libraries" with suites of "file types". There is quite a bit of overhead involved in performing a download (which may be a good thing, as it discourages file hogs). There is a commercial version of OASIS called "OASIS IV" that performs networking. There was an OASIS network between Boston, Massachusets, USA and Murfreesboro(SP?), Tennessee, USA. Occasionally word of the OASIS IV developers reaches the network from New Zealand or Canada." - Atari FAQ
announce.txt (4.0K) Announcement in Z-MAG of Transfer of Ownership of OASIS III (116K)
oasisjr1.arc ( 56K)
oasisjr2.arc ( 60K)
whereis.txt (4.0K) Winston Smith asks after the whereabouts of Oasis BBS III (May 25, 1995)