Linked by Quentin Hartman on Mon 14th Jul 2008 09:27 UTC, submitted by Ralf.
Amiga & AROS Last week, Hyperion Entertainment announced that Amiga OS 4.1 has gone into final testing and is scheduled for release mid-Q3/2008. Full announcement here.
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RE: It was good while it lasted.
by alexandru_lz on Mon 14th Jul 2008 19:58 UTC in reply to "It was good while it lasted."
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Actually, to put it the other way round, there are a lot of current things that you can still do on an old Amiga. I'm not sure if that's the issue. Such a project would have a fair audience among people like myself, who would get one just to play with it, admire the design and have it sit near some 20+-year old Amiga.

Legacy Mac platforms are well served by Linux, I have Gentoo on my iBook G3. It has excellent software support, I don't think AmigaOS would bring anything new to such a platform.

Then again -- right now, I don't think there's a platform for it to bring anything new on.

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