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Sven Drieling on ANF
|St. Louis 2001: Nothing has Changed|
On the 5th of April 2001 Sven Drieling published his estimation of Amiga's currently published plans. Excerpt:
»Last weekend Amiga published their current plans in St. Louis which were announced beforehand to be a ground shaking event. According to what I have read about that in the Internet since Sunday nothing has changed.
Amiga's long term target further on is a portable, independent running AmigaDE combined with TAO's Elate. New is that the plan to develop AmigaOS v5 including memory protection, SMP, and other features as an further foundation component for this system was added. Furthermore there is Sharp featuring a cooperation to develop applications for Sharp's Zaurus PDA basing on AmigaDE.
By that and 15 month after their foundation Amiga should now meet the wishes of both, the people wanting an AmigaOS for PPC as well as the people recommending AmigaDE, and not at the expense of any of these groups.
It is completely incomprehensible to me, why Amiga is not capable to put this across the public. «
The entire text (German) is to find under http://olis.north.de/~indy/NichtsGeändert.html. (unk) (Translation: unk)
[News message: 05. Apr. 2001, 22:44] [Comments: 0]
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