CSDb help / documentation|
CSDb (the Commodore 64 Scene Database) is an attempt to gather information about the Commodore 64 (C64) scene throughout time and store it in an easily accessible and heavily cross referenced database.
Here you can find information about the sceners, groups, releases (demos, intros, tools etc.) and events (parties) that have a connection to the C64 scene.
All the information in CSDb is submitted and maintained by the registered users of the database.
The CSDb staff cannot manually check all the information coming into the database, so please report any form of abuse to us.
To gather as much information as possible about the C64 scene. The sceners, the groups, the releases and events, and as much information about these as possible.
|What can you do?:|
If you have any knowledge about the C64 scene which you want to share with the world, that would be information about yourself and what you have done on the Commodore 64,
or information about others, you are welcome to sign up for an account and add the information to the database.
You can also support this site by making a donation to help pay for the costs of running this site.
|Link to CSDb:|
If you like CSDb and wish to link to us, you are of course more than welcome to do so. We have a few link-buttons you can use when linking to us, which are free to use.
|Ideas & Support ||KBS|
Perff, Cyberbrain, KBS, Celtic
CreaMD, Zyron, Dishy, The Communist, Hedning, Moloch, E$G, Count Zero, Bugjam
If you have any questions about the usage of CSDb, bug reports or suggestions for improvements you should in general post it in the forum.
If you have a specific question or comment to the moderators, you should use the Contact the moderators feature. You need to be a registered user to use this.
If you have something on your mind that you think is not of public interest, you can also contact one of the administrators of CSDb at: firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE DO NOT send us mails regarding incorrect or missing information in CSDb and expect us to update the information. We expect you, the user of CSDb, to do this. We only maintain the workings of CSDb - not checking and adding every bit of information in it.
For more information read Usage of CSDb and/or the FAQ.
CSDb is hosted by pil.dk.