Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 19th Jan 2006 19:14 UTC
Morphos Genesi has launched their EFIKA developer's program. The EFIKA is a "performance evaluation board based around the MPC5200B PowerPC system-on-chip from Freescale Semiconductor" The only thing you need to do, so it seems, is post a possible use for the EFIKA board on a thread on Power.org.
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Ronald Vos
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2005-07-06

Can you provide me with any evidence that they have
"screwed over MorphOS"? Evidence from a certain web-
site with only facts from one side would definately
not work.


morphos.org, refers to morphos.net, with the whole story.
If there's a more official site than those, I'd be glad to hear about it.

It would be FUD of course, if they were the only ones. But they're not talking about an isolated case, and although I wasn't directly involved, the actions of Genesi in return seem to confirm the stated sides of the story. The OpenBSD adventure was completely seperate from the MorphOS incidents.

And yes, in an ideal world, the truth would have been found out in a court. Unfortunately for the truth, cross-national civil lawsuits are highly unprofitable for whatever side involved. It simply costs too damn much; otherwise Genesi would've started lible cases themselves, right? (if they really didn't screw anyone over..)

And tell me, what would the involved individuals gain from spreading FUD about their intended platform?

Edited 2006-01-20 02:00

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