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Re: Collection of Amiga related Websites that are still alive!

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whatever... lol

did you notice now all the links point to facebook?
and you missed the "Programming / Coding" headline.

Posted on: 4/28 8:12
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Re: Collection of Amiga related Websites that are still alive!

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the file is in closed group "Amiga Software Development", I think you have to join to see it:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1292204614151925/

i've just added another link to it -
if you're interested (without joining the group) I can ask the group and maybe post a pdf here at aros-exec.

Posted on: 4/27 5:18
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Re: A week in AROS...

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Quote:
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- git for AROS native (Kalamatee)


are we talking about a git client here?

Posted on: 4/23 4:18
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Re: Shapeshifter running on Aros powered iMica Pro

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ShapeShifter source code has just been released to AmiNet.

http://aminet.net/package/misc/emu/ShapeShifter_src


(
Oops, I just read it's 100% assembler... lol
Anyway, nice addition, thanks to Christian Bauer for creating, and releasing it!
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Posted on: 4/20 2:46

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Re: Mutiny on the Bounty

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i also have a somewhat critical opinion about the bounty system.
but on the other hand, it's the minimum commercial marketplace AROS has.

having knowledge about linux/macos/windows, one can make money from that knowledge, and have fun and give away stuff for free using the same knowledge.

having knowledge about AROS, one can only have fun and give away stuff for free, because there is (almost) no market to make any money from.

for anything in this world to survive, there has to be a financial background. as such, I think the bounty system is a good thing. but i'd like to see commercial software and hardware releases, via eBay, amazon, or other distributors, even better.

Posted on: 4/12 10:01
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Re: SSH support

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ssh-wise, it's been quiet for a long time -
any news here?
(deadwood?)
:-|

Posted on: 4/10 4:06
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Re: Is it a Conspiracy that doesn't want us to have a modern Amiga compatible Computer?

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hmmm...

does anyone of you remember that old Microsoft Windows (95? 98?) TV commercial, that has a skydiver diving, and his parachute is chequered red-white, and it's dissolving square by square, and then he somehow gets saved by Windows?
I kept, and keep, thinking: this is a boingball. this is not coincidence.

Majsta (Vampire accelerators) makes a remark in his presentation speech (more precisely: the english YouTube subtitles, as I don't speak his language) at 12min08sec: "We had a lot of pressure and blackmail from certain people, to abandon the idea."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNjuulAWntc

I dont think there's a conspiracy going on, but people talk, there's money involved, marketing strategies, ... these things happen.
I'm pretty sure that someone at some company at some point in time - at least - thought to himself: we should keep an eye on the Amiga guys.

Posted on: 4/4 4:59
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AROS platform: Parallela 18-core credit card sized computer

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https://www.parallella.org/

now with SMP approaching, this might be a nice platform to run AROS on.

Posted on: 3/27 17:51
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Re: launch a script periodically ? daemonize a script ?

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when thinking about background processes, a commodity comes to mind. that would integrate nicely into the OS (Exchange).
-> maybe take a look at AROS's sources, directory tools/commodities?

(oops, maybe im totally offtopic - are we talking software development here? or are you looking for something ready-to-run?)

Posted on: 3/6 8:56
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Re: Shell icon tooltypes ignored - bug or feature?

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