There are also some other titles he released which are missing in action unfortunately (including a QL game based on the TV show Jeopardy which he wrote for use in school):
You are right, I’m responsible for Disk Mate 5 software. I put the software public domain back in 2005. I used Google to try to recapture the discussion back then, and this is what I found: https://www.mail-archive.com/search?l=q ... newest&f=1
I even remember there were made a patch to get the software work on high resolution monitors. Unlucky I have lost the source code and all my QL stuff during several moving into new houses/places during the years. I was about 16-20 years old when I programmed QL software around 1990.
I did some other programs as well, most known is probably the backup software Norback which Arvid Børretzen wrote and I transferred into The Pointer Environment. NorBack was freeware as far as I remember.
My small «company» even sold some other software developed be some mates; Index Optimum (disk indexing software) and Dicey Business (Football manager). I don’t think those titles were much known to others than me and my mates, even thought they were quite advanced at the time.
I do searching the web from time to time to get a little update about the QL community. It’s remarkable there are a (small) community left after all these years.
I’m not much into programming any more. I moved over to Atari computers and Linux. Now days my computer envolvement include Open Source projects like limesurvey.org and fogproject.org. I even run a small business developing software for schools and organizations. I have a lot of ideas but not the time to do the programming, which is done by freelancers around the world.
My main job activity is Department Manager at an adult school in the town of Haugesund (https://www.google.no/search?q=haugesun ... 15&bih=937)
Unfortunately, he no longer has the disks with the source code.