The majority of this text has been lifted from the JiffyDOS user manual; I make no pretence about that. However, I have toned it down somewhat (it was mostly a self-licking lollipop) and should now be fit for purpose. References to other fast loaders have been removed, which could have been seen as derogatory.--Charliefourzero 16:37, 18 December 2013 (CET)
- If you took the text (or parts of it) without editing from the book, you have to mention this (for the part that it applies to). If you rewrote it in your own words, then you can leave it the way it is now. --Camailleon 18:46, 18 December 2013 (CET)
- The reference is there overall, but I cannot reference it in detail.--Charliefourzero 23:04, 18 December 2013 (CET)
JiffyDOS historical price information[edit source]
I was able to get historical price information for JiffyDOS firmware by using the Internet Archive's Way Back Machine on CMD's website http://cmdweb.com.
JiffyDOS rights information[edit source]
Mark Fellows still owns the copyright to JiffyDOS, but has licensed it to 3rd parties at this point. I think ClickHere Software had rights to JiffyDOS at one point prior to Retro Innovations taking over, but I could be mistaken.