The other bulletin board system, ZINQUE, has (possibly) died with PHOENIX. (Parts of) it may one day be resurrected as either ZINQUE III, or possibly CROWS (the Cambridge Reverse-Ordered Wibbling System).
Archives of ZINQUE as of late August 1995 exist, courtesy of the current editor, Colin Bell. You used to be able to email him as firstname.lastname@example.org.
A GROGGS client is a program that communicates with one or more of the GROGGS servers (currently, there are two - the 'real' server on rgtp-serv.groggs.group.cam.ac.uk:1431 and a testing server on rtgp-serv.groggs.group.cam.ac.uk:1432).
At the time of writing, greadnew (Ian Jackson's original client written in tcl), and GREED ( Gareth Rees's client written in Emacs lisp) are the only clients fully operational. Others may follow, including an X11 client using Tk which is currently under development.
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