Home > Amiga & AROS > Amiga Forever 6.0 Launch at AmiGBG Amiga Forever 6.0 Launch at AmiGBG Eugenia Loli 2004-03-31 Amiga & AROS 2 Comments Ann.lu reports that Amiga Forever 6.0 will premiere at AmiGBG in Gothenburg on April 3rd, 2004. This new version is the result of more than two years of work and constitutes its most significant update. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 2 Comments 2004-04-01 2:09 am There doesn’t seem to be any information about what the improvements or changes are? I’m an avid fan and user of AmigaForever (UAE and rom files, basically). Recently there has been a huge update of UAE to work, with JIT, correctly on Linux x86, and an updated (without JIT, I believe) version for Mac OS X. I would think that the new Amiga Forever package would include these updates. What I’d like to see, however, is more rom files (more versions), more workbench disks, with versions, and more useful proprietary software included with the package. 2004-04-01 2:19 am Amiga (note 1) isn’t dead. AROS lives (more than ever — check out http://aros-exec.org/), Genesi lives, and Amiga users and fans continue to use their Amigas (and descendants/close relatives). It seems to me that Amiga’s (note 1) future will be more exciting and active than its recent past — hardly a sign of death. Erik note 1: By “Amiga”, I mean all Amiga-like technology that would include but not be restricted to Commodore Inc. made machines, Genesi’s OS, AROS, and Amiga OS 4.0, and machines running UAE or Fellow, but not including the technologically unrelated AmigaDE.