Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 1st Jan 2006 16:51 UTC
Amiga & AROS There is kind of a stir in the Amiga community. As Hyperion employees explained in an IRC chat, Hyperion suffers from a lack of hardware for the development (and thus sales) of AmigaOS4. However, what about Genesi? Genesi is the company behind the ODW, a PPC workstation that could potentially be the solution to Hyperion's lack-of-hardware problems. However, friction between the two companies is preventing them from coming to an agreement. More from the community here, and here. My take: I find this a rather silly situation. It is quite clear that Genesi is one of the few companies capable of offering a steady flow of PPC hardware for the AmigaOS, yet things in the past are preventing a financially interesting cooperation. And who suffer? Exactly-- Amiga fans.
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RE[2]: No, the problem is Genesi
by Dark Leth on Sun 1st Jan 2006 19:40 UTC in reply to "RE: No, the problem is Genesi"
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Get it right? Could you have not guessed, from the context of the post, that the title was an error? It was supposed to read as following: No, the problem is not Genesi.

My apologies, but please calm down in your retorts. I thought I made it clear that I thought that the problem was with Hyperion/Amiga Inc.

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The problem NOT is Genesi
by Rasmus on Sun 1st Jan 2006 19:54 in reply to "RE[2]: No, the problem is Genesi"
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Whoops, my apologies to you! ;)

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