Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 30th Sep 2007 14:00 UTC
Amiga & AROS The Amiga world is an interesting one to follow. As an outsider, it is almost impossible to fully understand all the processes at work over there. The various companies, the individuals, the developers, The Three Men And A Cow who own an AmigaOne - they are not making it any easier. The past few weeks have seen quite a few news items regarding the Amiga platform. Did they help in creating a clearer picture of where the Amiga stands?
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Let me understand you...
by racs on Sun 30th Sep 2007 15:36 UTC
racs
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2006-05-14

So, dear Thom Holwerda. Since there is a possible way out from the deadlock-seemed situation for OS4 (just as you wrote: there is new hardware, which is real-smelly-can-even-be-bought, and a possible classic Amiga version, even if it would not happen within "just two more weeks"), you urge people to install AROS. Kinda twisted logic, don't you think?

Anyway, I DO urge people to install AROS and find out how useful it is... Or do they have to wait for the UAE integration, which will be happening in "more two weeks"? ;)

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RE: Let me understand you...
by gleng on Sun 30th Sep 2007 15:50 in reply to "Let me understand you..."
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2006-02-16

Anyway, I DO urge people to install AROS and find out how useful it is... Or do they have to wait for the UAE integration, which will be happening in "more two weeks"? ;)


To be fair, AROS have never announced or promised anything ("no schedule and rockin'"), so they have no promises to break.

No one's picked the UAE integration bounty up yet, so it will be a while. UAE as a stand alone app works fine though.

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