Ok folks, currently the audio is in the form of two .wav files (side 1 and side 2). Each .wav file is about 600Mb. Of course I could convert them to FLAC to make them smaller.
But the more pressing question, regards what content people want. There are a few potholes in it... a small missing chunk when the tape was flipped, a brief missing chunk at the start, and 2 or 3 missing chunks (2-3 seconds each) on side 2 where someone apparently accidently put the cassette machine into "record" while this tape was in it. If people want to listen to this or sync it with some video, those will need to be patched.
Should I post the original, raw capture - warts and all - so people can do their own restoration? I can patch it, but there are many other folks here that are more knowledgeable about the various SW mixes than I am, who might do a better job. There is also the question of what sort of other postprocessing might be desirable. I haven't checked its eq curve or looked for errant hums or other distortions yet that could be fixed. But some might prefer the raw capture as a basis for their own careful or studied restoration. Thoughts?