Changeset 56 in t29-www


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Timestamp:
Nov 29, 2008, 12:33:59 AM (14 years ago)
Author:
sven
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VERSION 5.8.5
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Synchronisation der englischen Uebersetzung. Es wurden nur relevante Dinge
uebersetzt -- Umformulierungen mit aehnlichen Inhalten als Ergebnis wurden
ignoriert, da im englischen ja doch z.T. der Inhalt erheblich vom Deutschen
abweicht.

-- Sven @ workstation

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  • en/computer/analog.shtm

    r15 r56  
    4848          It demonstrates archaic early technology from the first generation. We will refloat it and equipp it with a tube filled xy plotter
    4949          <p>The glimming tubes gives the cold technology an fantastic warmness.</p>
     50           This device is a loan from the <a href="http://www.fitg.de/fitg_english/">FITG (Association for the promition of industrial and technological history)</a>.
    5051       </div>
    5152       <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div>
  • en/computer/early-computers.shtm

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    4646         and a teletype as printer. The Classic-8 is called the world's first mass-produced
    4747         "minicomputer". Without ICs or their ancestor it is a seccond-generation apparature.
     48         <br />The CPU and paper tape reader are loans from the <a href="http://www.fitg.de/fitg_english/">FITG (Association for the promition of industrial and technological history)</a>.
     49
    4850         <!-- The <b>Classic PDP 8</b> from DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation, Massachusetts):
    4951         He is considered to be the world's first mass-produced "minicomputer" (1965). "Mini" is relative: Only too very
  • en/computer/univac9400.shtm

    r26 r56  
    1616    <meta name="DC.Title" content="Technikum29 - <!--#echo var="title" -->" />
    1717    <meta name="DC.Subject" content="<!--#echo var="title" -->" />
    18     <meta name="t29.germanoriginal" content="09.08.2008/v5.8BETA" />
    19     <meta name="t29.thistranslation" content="14.08.2008/v5.8BETA" />
    20     <meta name="t29.this.summary" content="VW beatle link" />
     18    <meta name="t29.germanoriginal" content="12.11.2008/v5.8" />
     19    <meta name="t29.thistranslation" content="29.11.2008/v5.8.5" />
     20    <meta name="t29.this.summary" content="referencing to Histrorisches Museum Frankfurt" />
    2121    <!--changelog: 02.08.2006/v5.5.5 auf Basis 2006/v5.5.1 -->
    2222    <!--changelog: 21.08.2007/v5.7.5 auf Basis 18.07.2007/v5.7FINAL -->
    2323    <!--changelog: 27.11.2007/v5.7.12 auf Basis 04.11.2007/v5.7.11: Panoramabild -->
     24    <!--changelog: 14.08.2008/v5.8BETA auf Basis 09.08.2008/v5.8BETA: VW beatle link -->
    2425</head>
    2526<body>
     
    197198         UNIVAC 9400 = 470 cars (Volkswagen beatle)</a></p>
    198199
     200      <!-- Absatz hinzugekommen zu v5.8... -->
     201      <p><small>We would like to thank Dr. J&uuml;rgen Steen from the
     202         <a href="http://www.historisches-museum.frankfurt.de/">Historical
     203         Museum Frankfurt</a> for lending several UNIVAC boards. Reparations
     204         are quite difficult without comparative boards.</small></p>
     205
     206
    199207</div><!-- end of content -->
    200208<!--#include virtual="/en/inc/menu.inc.shtm" -->
  • en/index.shtml

    r53 r56  
    1919    <meta name="t29.germanoriginal" content="15.04.2006/exklusivanfertigung; 28.08.2007/Aktuelles(v5.7.5)" />
    2020    <meta name="t29.thistranslation" content="14.08.2008/v5.8BETA" />
    21         <meta name="t29.SVN" content="$Id$" />
     21    <meta name="t29.SVN" content="$Id$" />
    2222    <!--changelog: Edit am 09.08.2006: kleinere Umformulierungen -->
    2323    <!--changelog: Edit am 30.12.2006: aktualisierte new devices section (NCR/Messgeraet) -->
     
    3131    <!--changelog: Edit am 17.02.2007: aktualisierte "what's new" section (UNIVAC prices) -->
    3232    <!--changelog: Edit am 12.10.2008: aktualisierte "what's new" section (Als Gefuehl noch gefragt war...) -->
     33    <!--changelog: Edit am 28.11.2008: aktualisierte "what's new" section (Die Revolution im Ingeneurbuero) -->
    3334</head>
    3435<body>
     
    6263
    6364    <div class="aktuell">
    64        <!-- translated @ 12.10.2008 22:35 -->
     65       <!-- translated @ 28.11.2008 23:58 -->
    6566        <div class="left">
    66             <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/burroughs,klein.jpg" width="134" height="181"
     67            <h2 class="center">What's new</h2>
     68            <p class="stand">(last update: November 2008)</p>
     69            <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/combitron.jpg" width="170" height="122"
    6770                 class="nomargin-bottom"
    68                  alt="Burroughs Mod. 2" />
    69             <h2 class="center">What's new</h2>
    70             <p class="stand">(last update: October 2008)</p>
     71                 alt="Combitron" />
    7172
    72             <p><b>At the time when computing was performed carefully</b>
    73             <br/>Very old electro mechanical calculator: Burroughs Mod. 2 from
    74                about 1905, see our page
     73            <p><b>1966: The revolution of engineering</b>
     74            <br/>This ist the first programmable desk calculator "Made in Germany".
     75             At these times it was too expensive to be used by ordinary employees
     76             &ndash; it was therefore secured in a display case.
     77             <!--See our page
    7578               <a class="go" href="/en/computer/electro-mechanical.shtm">(Electro-) mechanical calculators</a>.
     79               Well, I could not find some explanation about the device on any
     80               content page! -->
     81             </p>
    7682        </div>
    7783        <div class="clear">&nbsp;</div>
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