I remember seeing it working with Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 but it felt more kludgy and slow compared to the Mac version
Unrelated, but while I’m here… I also remember FirstClass because for an IT database course we had to submit our final project into a write-only drop box. Except I found it wasn’t write-only. I emailed the professor informing them of this, but because logs showed that I had entered and opened one student’s submission, I got a zero on the project and my final grade dropped from an A to a B…
one for uucp
one for firstclass
The Hotline board that I ran once I had a cable modem was just straight warez and mp3s. I miss that era, where there was a sense of community in small subsets of the internet. They’re prolly still there in some form and I’ve just outgrown them or aged out.
Enigma (NodeJS): https://github.com/NuSkooler/enigma-bbs
x84 (Python - needs some work to use current Python): https://github.com/jquast/x84
Synchronet (C, JS): https://www.synchro.net
WWIV (C++): https://github.com/wwiv
Alternatively, one can accept that one's BBS browsing goes over the internet in plain text.