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31.May.2011



amiga-news.de: Server migration finished, team changes
Meanwhile the announced server migration was finished. We would like to thank our both technicans Sven Drieling and Philippe Bourdin.

With the migration our former publisher Nico Barbat left the team of amiga-news.de. Eight years ago he had taken the responsibility from the founder Petra Struck. Without his engagement amiga-news.de would not exist in the current way. We would like to thank him for his longtime support.

We also say good bye to a second amiga-news.de member: Marc Albrecht who worked for the former Amiga dealer ACT has hosted the news for more than ten years. We would like to thank him as well.

This is the current team of amiga-news.de:

Christoph Gutjahr (cg): Editorial staff, Publisher
Martin Heine (snx): Editorial staff, Publisher
Daniel Reimann (dr): English translation
Carsten Schröder (cs): Newsticker
Philippe Bourdin (pab): Technician
Sven Drieling (sd): Technician

From now on amiga-news.de is on a server of the Aminet-team. We would like to thank Nicolas Mendoza for his support.

If you want to support our team then you are very welcome. Please send a eMail to team@amiga-news.de. (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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30.May.2011



New webinterface for amiga-news.de chat
The IRC-channel #amiganews is one of the oldest and probably most active German chat room about the Amiga. Thanks to a hint of Christian Rosentreter now we can offer a comfortable webinterface which can be accessed by any web browser.

The webinterface does not work with IBrowse or AWeb but the channel can be used with a traditional IRC-client: irc.freenode.net, Port: 6667, Kanal: #amiganews. (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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28.May.2011



Amiga-News.de: Server migration on Monday (30th May)
Next Monday amiga-news.de will move to a new server. Therefore some parts of the website (forum, comments) will be temporarily not available during the day. (cg) (Translation: (dr)

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