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Gary Peake via eMail
|Amiga is Looking For Developers for PDA Applications|
Gary Peake wrote:
Several weeks ago, I promised you some exciting announcements. As the first of those, I would like to introduce Matt Fontenot, Amiga's Product Manager.
Matt has been with us from the beginning and while you may not have met him yet, he has been working closely with many of our third party partners and has been busy creating many new products, as you will soon see.
Now for the announcement:
There is tremendous potential for distribution of your applications, games and other content for one of the world's largest manufacturers of PDA hardware. The projection is for more than 7 million units to be sold by the end of 2001 and there are already several million units on the market at this time. There will be specific requirements as far as style, type of applications, distribution rights and certification of content. Matt will have more details on this in the near future.
If you are interested in developing PDA applications and games for a specific manufacturer who will use Amiga Inc. for content delivery, please contact Matt as soon as possible. This is a serious project for those with an interest in providing content and we will open a new mailing list for it - the particulars will be announced in a few days.
This project is for both open source and commercial content providers, so no matter what your choice of development is, you are cordially invited to apply. To get further details, though, you must have a signed NDA on file with Amiga. You can get an NDA form from www.amigadev.net under the legal menu, right hand menu bar.
Just fill it out and fax it to my attention at 425-396-5671. Then send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org that says "I am interested." You can also contact Gary at email@example.com or Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org
Amiga, Inc. asks you not to send the above mentioned e-mail to email@example.com, but to add your e-mail address at the bottom of this original message and then to send it in using the "I am interested!" button. (unk) (Translation: unk)
[News message: 02. Feb. 2001, 09:11] [Comments: 0]
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