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TI Tref 98 Agenda
The event is from Friday the 9th of October 1998 to Sunday the 11th of October 1998.

Friday 9th October

Arrival and set up of the conference room and general get together for drinks and conversation.

Saturday 10th October


  • The room opens at 9am.
  • Welcoming message from Mr. Chairman followed by free period to allow people to circulate and chat.
  • 10am: For those interested, regular demonstrations will be started.
  • Demonstration of V9T9.
  • Demonstration of GIF Mania and conversion to TI-Artist, by Trevor Stevens
  • Demonstration of Page Pro
  • Requests for any demonstration that is not scheduled.
  • Lunch 12:30pm - 1:30pm
  • PM

  • Straight after dinner, Demonstration of PC99 by Mike Wright.
  • Demonstration of Sound FX by Trefor Stevens
  • Demonstration of TI to PC communications
  • Demonstration of the TIUG UK BBS by Trevor Stevens.  The BBS will be available for people to look around the BBS by themselves.  In addition, the TIUG web site will also be available for those interested to look around.
  • Music Demos by Trevor Stevens ( Axel-F, Flea Waltzer etc.)
  • 5:30pm Close for tea and to get ready for the evening meal.
  • In the evening it will is hoped that all those interested will get together in the hotel dining room for an evening meal together.  Those wishing to take part should meet in the dining room at 7:30pm.

    Sunday 11th October


  • The room opens at 9am.
  • 10am Welcoming message from Trevor Stevens for those people who have arrived just for the Sunday's proceedings.
  • Demonstration of STAR BASIC routines by Trevor Stevens
  • Demonstration of TI-Artist by Richard Twyning
  • Demonstration of Germal HPGPL card, SCSI card, 80 column card etc. by Francesco L. Lama and Michael Becker
  • Demonstration of 80 Column Telco, TI-Writer, Multiplan, Yapp, etc.
  • Lunch 12:30pm - 1:30pm
  • PM

  • Demonstrations by Oliver Arnold
  • MultiDiscCommander for SCSI drives.
  • Workshop for programing in C99 using the C-Compiler V5 from Winfried Winkler and the new C-ROM. The C-ROM is a set of most basic C-Routines in CPU RAM >6000 so you don`t have to load these routines everytime.
  • More requests for any other demonstrations.
  • Time for questions and answers.
  • General programming and discussions.
  • 4:30pm: A meeting will be organized to close the Tref for a last minute discussion etc.
  • 5:30pm: A thank you to all attending and the event will close.
  • Throughout both days, there will be stalls for the disk library, CD cutting, T-Shirts, PC Bits.

    Both afternoons will have the TI Jumble sale of second hand bits and bobs.

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