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3.2 What is available from the r.m.r archive?




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This article is from the Model Rockets FAQ, by Wolfram von Kiparski with numerous contributions by others.

3.2 What is available from the r.m.r archive?

The r.mr. archive used to be the 'official' archive site for rocketry-related
materials submitted by r.m.r contributors. The archive has been static for
the past few years. The archive still has a number of useful
files. The following are some of the subdirectories of the archive,
and a brief description of what is in them.

ARTICLES - documents. Informative how-to articles, and other text.

BATF - BATF information

CATALOGS - manufacturer catalogs (a few might actually be current)

CYBERROC - various software for rocketry, including VCP

DIGITRAK - a directory for DigiTrak rocket flight modeling software

ELECTRONICS - rocketry electronics

FAA - FAA information

GRAPHICS - pictures of rockets, launches, and people, scale data, logos, etc.

LISTS - certified motor lists, club listings

PLANS - rocket plans, including old kit plans and decal scans

PROGRAMS - rocketry software, including tracking software and propep

PROGRAMS.MAC - rocketry software for the Mac

PROGRAMS1 - more rocketry software

PROGRAMS2 - even more rocketry software

PROGRAMS3 - yet even more rocketry software

PROGRAMS4 - lots more rocketry software - Go Nuts!

R.M.R_POSTINGS - an archive of every r.m.r. posting since late Nov. 1991

RASP - a directory for RASP rocket flight modeling software (PC and Mac)

RMRFAQ - the r.m.r. FAQ

ROCKetCAD - demo CAD software for rockets

SOUNDS - .WAV and Macintosh System 7 sound files of launches

Winroc - a directory for WinRoc rocket flight modeling software

3.3 How do I upload files to the r.m.r. archive?

At this time, you can't. This will change soon.


3.4 I have read-only access to r.m.r. Is there any way I can still post articles to the newsgroup?

Try http://www.google.com/

 

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