I am hoping to get in contact with Larry Marsden, who back in 2012 said that he had "boxes of old Convergent tapes in my basement from a Cdn support centre". That would be really helpful for our project:
http://bit.ly/1mGcpl7 or http://bit.ly/1mVBfQU
There are older conversations that I found when searching on mightyframe:
And similary on miniframe: http://bit.ly/1dS8sJ0
There seem to be more recent discussions on the OS, CTIX, found here:
AND, it appears that there may be a popular alternate spelling: Mitiframe
Other than that, it seems that all of the related recent discussion on vintage-computer.com were initiated by us (firebirdta84): http://bit.ly/1gLE0ny
Tom Trebisky dedicates a page to the MiniFrame:
And here is the only pictures I can find of a MiniFrame. How's your German?
Now in English: http://bit.ly/K9DkJw
And it contains a "review" of this machine from November 14, 1986: http://bit.ly/1cIHu5b
This page links to a conversation I don't quite understand, but with better pictures. Is that a floppy drive I see?
Now in English: http://bit.ly/2bkrHRp
An interesting "paper" that R. D. Davis published on the MiniFrame back in 1996, with some tidbits about the MightyFrame, is here:
Computerworld March 10, 1986, page 39:
"Convergent's Mightyframe/JWS, Aida's CAE workstation debut"
Then there's articles that may or may not add value:
Data Processing - Volume 28, Issue 2, March 1986, Pages 107 (or is it page #107 only?)
And an excellent, older, compiled "article":
The Evolving Convergent Technologies "Miniframe" FAQ
Now expanded to include information about the "Mightyframe"