Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 2nd Jun 2012 02:21 UTC, submitted by rohan_p
Amiga & AROS Good interview with Steven Solie - this bit stood out to me: "Although Hyperion has been using serial numbers for copies of AmigaOS since 4.0, it won't reveal sales numbers. Solie's 'personal guess' is that the system has 2000-5000 users. 'If you include all the various Amiga clones and emulators we would probably be talking about around 10000 users [in] total,' he adds, 'it is really difficult to judge because a majority of the users are rather quiet.'" Fascinating number - lower than I anticipated.
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The Biggest Joke In the WWW
by transami on Sun 3rd Jun 2012 23:23 UTC
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The keeper of the Amiga fort have their heads so far up their ass they mistake their (Boing!) balls for brains.

It is so far beyond them to understand that success comes from the commoditization of a platform. If you ask any of the die hards about this, they make a huffing noise and tell you they don't need "those kind" of users. They are so full of themselves and hot air. They actually thought (think) that the X1000 could succeed. Give me a break. Will someone please put a bullet in this thing all ready!

AROS is the ONLY furture Amiga technology has left. Get with it or get lost.

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