As an experiment we have decided to open up some phone lines that you can call if you have OS/2 questions. The reason to do this is because in a phone call questions can be asked while you are doing something (enabling you to track something better). Also we feel we can find fixes for your problems much faster because we can ask questions and get answers fast! Compared to a newsgroup / mailing list.
Please note the following:
- This service is provided on an as-is-basis. This means when you call the phone might not always be answered. The only cost associated with this service you need to pay yourself, the phonecall. Also all advice given you use at your own risk. Neither VOICE or the volunteer you are calling is responsible for any kind of damages what so ever.
- Some numbers listed might not be in your country. Please check with your phone operator what an international phone call to the country you want to call costs. It can sometimes be expensive!!
- Take into account the timezone listed before calling a volunteer!! What time is it now?
Volunteer 1:Roderick Klein
Phone number: (temporarily unavailable, new number soon)
Timezone: CET (Central European time) CET = London time + 1 hour.
Can be called 7 days a week from 20:00 to 22:00 CET!
(Phone is unplugged outside of these hours).
Please note you need to keep the phone ringing for at least 1 minute...
People calling from the US dial:
(see above note)
Volunteer 2:Walter F. Metcalf
Timezone: Eastern Time(ET) = New York time; ET = London time - 5 hours
Can be called Monday-Saturday from 10:00 - 17:00 ET.
Phone won't be answered outside of these hours.