Phoenix BBS

FidoNet New England Regional Coordinator. Micronet Assistant Zone Coordinator. Full FidoNet backbone echomail feed and FileGate file feed. Registered doors running under DOSEMU.

Outpost BBS

Outpost BBS is a Linux-based BBS and is the home of Cheepware BBS doors and sysop utilities and the Micronet Information Network (zone 618). There’s something for everyone at the Outpost!   Outpost is a member of Fidonet (1:18/200).  A nice selection of door games and an ever-growing filebase is available.  Outpost BBS is a  MBSE BBS development site (the sysop is a MBSE development team member).

You can connect to the Outpost via WWW, telnet, and SSH (must be an existing user to use SSH) using standard ports.

Point and full feeds for Fidonet are available for qualified systems.

Wintermute BBS

Established in 2009 and located in Düsseldorf (Germany) Wintermute BBS has a focus on classic computers with a bias towards Commodore computers as well as the (not yet retro) Rasspberry Pi SBC.

The bbs features a files section (x-/y-/z-modem downloads, just like the old days!), chat, netmail, local and networked bulletin boards (FIDO Net, BBS-Network) and popular RSS newsfeeds. For entertainment you may choose from a selection of classic DOS door games for you to enjoy.

The bbs migrated to a new software (MBSE BBS) on january 1st, 2019 after ten years of permanent operation and has been re-designed and re-organized. Data from the existing file areas was migrated from the old software to MBSE BBS as well.

While german is the primary language, english is also spoken and there are menus and RSS feeds available for both languages.

Behind the scenes the bbs is run by a Raspberry Pi 3, Raspbian Linux and MBSE BBS. The system also uses QEMU and FreeDOS in order to provide classic DOS door games.

Dragon’s Lair BBS

The system runs comprehensive file and message bases for the Amiga Computer systems.