Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Oct 2007 06:44 UTC
Amiga & AROS Bill McEwen of Amiga, Inc. writes in a public letter: "Over the last several months and in fact couple of years, Amiga has continued our software and business development and generally kept quiet. This path of quietness was chosen so that we communicated only when there was a development that culminated in a product that could be purchased. In recent weeks, our being quiet has been interpreted as weakness or an open invitation to attempt harming our business relationships and opportunities with partners and customers."
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RE: An Open Letter to Bill McEwen
by aliquis on Wed 3rd Oct 2007 13:34 UTC in reply to "An Open Letter to Bill McEwen"
aliquis
Member since:
2005-07-23

Quoted text:
"our being quiet has been interpreted as weakness or an open invitation to attempt harming our business relationships and opportunities with partners and customers"

Don't you dare try and blame this mess on anyone other than yourselves.
End of quoted text.

Yeah, because no progress isn't a weakness!
And oh how bad to tell others nothing is happening over at amiga inc at all and everything is a failure to their potential partners and customers.
The truth hurts!

To bad that Ubuntuguy didn't bought it instead ;D

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gleng Member since:
2006-02-16

To be fair to Bill McEwen, I really do blame Amiga Inc's problems on incompetence rather than malice.

Things have just been too f--ked up for far too long. I can't see any possible way out of this mess that's going to happen within this decade.

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