Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 20th Dec 2010 19:56 UTC
Amiga & AROS A few moments ago, a woman appeared at my doorstep with a package for me. Since it was about 19:30, I was a little perplexed - this isn't a very usual time to be delivering packages. Also, this was a woman who I've seen walking around town before - she's a local. She handed over the package, and when I saw the note on top, I was even more intrigued: "From Trevor Dickinson, A-EON Technology".
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RE: Comment by zizban
by TheGZeus on Thu 23rd Dec 2010 00:46 UTC in reply to "Comment by zizban"
TheGZeus
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2010-05-19

I'm not so sure the Amiga community is _growing_...

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RE[2]: Comment by zizban
by Hondo on Thu 23rd Dec 2010 07:26 in reply to "RE: Comment by zizban"
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2010-01-02

I would say it grows fine! The Amiga Community is strong and stubborn like hell...they refused to die a long time ago!

The AmigaOne X1000 and AmigaOS is a killer combination, and shows once again that THE AMIGA IS ALIVE AND KICKING!!

And don't forget the SAM machines covers the entry level hardware. So all in all we have many different hardware options, and a high level machine in the horizon, and a GREAT operating system AmigaOS 4.1

The Amiga situation is better than ever!


long live the Amiga!

Edited 2010-12-23 07:28 UTC

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RE[3]: Comment by zizban
by viton on Thu 23rd Dec 2010 13:43 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by zizban"
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2005-08-09

>> So all in all we have many different hardware options
And this is a problem.
Amiga today (and in last 15 years) is a bunch of small groups of enthusiasts who doesn't care about the platform, but only targeted to theirs personal goals.
Instead of single future-proof hardware platform and single OS platform we have non-compatible, not future proof HW + 4 Amiga-flavour OSes.

The problem of X1000 is what it is designed as 80s platform. Put a custom XMOS chip on mobo and hope someone will find it useful. Feels so oldskool

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RE[3]: Comment by zizban
by TheGZeus on Thu 23rd Dec 2010 15:06 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by zizban"
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2010-05-19

I think you missed the point...

I'm saying that if they got the remaining stock, possibly even a single run, that it's probably enough to meet demand.

If they made too many, it would actually hurt the future of the company!

That said, _I_ want one, but not to run Amiga OS, but there's a whole story behind that...

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