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08.Aug.1999
Heise [Newsticker]


Heise: Hackermeeting hacked?
From the Heise article about the Chaos Communication Camp by the CCC:
The ports of the camp systems connected to the network have been scanned far and wide since Friday evening, to find the weak spot in the "enemy" system. The organisers had warned all "green" users to do Telnet sessions with encryption only, to make life not too easy for the password sniffers. But about 6:30 PM, the catastrophy happened: the systems suddenly denied any exchange of data with each other or internet. The Network Operation Center (NOC) at the campsite surrendered and issued a "Red Alert". Even in the early morning of Saturday, the NOC was still offline.
Further links (all German only):
Heise: Wild guessing about network failure in the CCC Camp
Camp-Website
Chaos Computer Club
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08.Aug.1999
HydraBBS


Update HydraBBS Version 1.08
This update fixes a broken HBBS_SaveFile() function in the HBBSCommon.library, version 1.07. If you use HydraBBS and have not yet registered, please do so, because the author is unwilling to continue development without registrations. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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08.Aug.1999
Amiga Web Directory [News]


Aqua - new game under development by Emerald Imaging
Aqua is an adventure game being developed by Emerald Imaging. Details about the game will not be released before the financial side is cleared. Forums will be implemented on the website. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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08.Aug.1999
Kai Hölzel by eMail


Small report from the GuruMeditation with more pictures
Kai Hölzel writes:
With this we want to say thank you to all those who supported us. A small summary of the event can be found at the title link.
The report is German. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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08.Aug.1999
Michael Pfeiffer by eMail


WaveTracer DS Mark V now available
Michael Pfeiffer writes:
WaveTracer DS Mark V is now available on CD-ROM! Please order from our distributor Nightshift.
The CD-ROM with the WaveTracer software packet of course contains special versions for 68020 and 68040 CPUs as well as a PPC version (WarpOS)! (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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08.Aug.1999
Matthias Henze by eMail


First public alpha version of stormamiga.lib V45
Matthias Henze writes:
After a long time, we have something new again. stormamiga.lib is now available as first public alpha version of V45. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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08.Aug.1999
Andreas Falkenhahn by eMail


AHelp Version 1.3
Andreas Falkenhahn writes:
A new version of AHelp has been released. Version 1.3 is from now on available from the Airsoft Softwair homepage, and soon from Aminet, too. The version offers several improvements and bugfixes. Additionally, French and Spain catalogs are available. Download: AHelp1_3.lha, readme: AHelp1_3.readme. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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07.Aug.1999
Thomas Claus by eMail


First pictures from GuruMeditation in Göda
First pictures from GuruMeditation in Göda (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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07.Aug.1999
Torsten Dudai


New Cartoon: The ultimate trading simulation




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07.Aug.1999
Paul Nolan


Photogenics 4.1 Release 57 available
You can download the update from the download page (title link). To install the update: unpack the archive; Photogenics 4.x must be running; run the update from the Update57 directory, reboot. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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07.Aug.1999
freeamiga.org


aMozillaX - Status Report
aMozillaX - Status Report. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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07.Aug.1999
CGX


CyberGraphX: Graphic card diagram
CGFX has commited a survey, which gfx boards are used. Response has been very good, you can look at the result either as text or graphic. Those who have not yet filled out the form can of course still do so. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Martina Jacobs by eMail


Provider-Info: Biggest search engine worldwide goes online
From the article by Provider-Info:
New FAST search index now contains over 200 million web pages, the whole web in one year. The unique parallel architecture based on the Dell servers offers the fastest, latest and most relevant search results.
Fast Search & Transfertm (FASTtm - developer of the leading search engine technology for the internet - presented FAST Searchtm, The Worlds Biggest Search Enginetm, to be found at www.alltheweb.com. FAST is the first company to develop a search engine with the final goal "All The Web, All The Time"tm. FAST Search is the result of over a decade of research in the area of optimizing search algorithms and their architectures, a project originally initiated by the Norsk Institute for Technology, Trondheim.
Full article see title link. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
ANN


AmigaNG mentioned in "The Star Online", Malaysia: Guess who's back?
AmigaNG mentioned in "The Star Online", Malaysia: Guess who's back? (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Camouflage


Latest info about Camouflage project
Camouflage AB development is discontinued.
Camouflage AB will be completely replaced by CamX.
Camouflage AB users can upgrade to CamX for free.
CamX will be much more intuitive, flexible, stable and future-oriented.
CamX is developed system-independent.
So, CamX can be used on any multitasking-system (Amiga68k, AmigaNG, Linux, BeOS, QNX).
Free Amiga68k/Bete-versions will be available on the homepage first.
More details at the link above. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Kai Hölzel by eMail


Don't forget: August 7th-8th, Guru Meditation in Göda near Bautzen, Germany
The Amiga party in eastern Germany on August 7th-8th in Göda
Start: Saturday, 10:00 AM, End: Sunday about 2:00 PM (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
CCC


The big Chaos Communication Camp is underway
For this huge event, CCC has put a dedicated website online, which you can find at www.camp.ccc.de (link above). There, you can get in-depth information about the camp. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Marc Albrecht by eMail


A.C.T.: Samplitude Special and amiga-news.de - lottery!
Marc Albrecht writes:
I offer the following SPECIAL until August 11th, 1999, for all who state "Amiga-News-Aktion" as subject of an ordering eMail:
  • Samplitude Opus FULL VERSION for 127,82 Euro (instead of 204,01 Euro) including p&p within Europe
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Additionally, visitor #250.000 of amiga-news.de recieves a Prelude1200 plus Samplitude Opus LITE (combined value: 203,49 Euro)
Marc, a great idea :-). The relevant counter is that from WebHits, on the left. This counter has a reload lock of several hours, so it's not possible to hit reload repeatedly! Screenshot, with time send to albrecht@act-net.com. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Andreas R. Kleinert


akNAIL Datatype registering at RegNet
Andreas R. Kleinert writes:
All people who registered for the bundle with the akNAIL datatype at RegNet (while I have to admit they weren't that many ;) and miss the keyfile for akNAIL, please download the latest version of "DeRegNet" from my homepage, and simply type in the registration code once again... (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Amiga Central


Mandrake was at Amiga
Mandrake, co-developer of the Window Manager for X (Enlightenment) was invited to a meeting at Amiga. Here his statement from his website:
Today I, raster, nettwerk, kainx, and chris dibona went over to amiga to have a little chat with Allen Havemose (VP of Engineering) and Richard Lipes (Director, Multimedia Services) of Amiga. We talked about a few interesting things. I promised I wouldn't say too much about what they told me on my web site, but they might be holding a couple of tricks up their sleeve yet. I also got to leave with a bunch of Amiga paraphanalia - which in and of itself is kinda cool. I don't know what all I can talk about q uite yet, but I'll find out. They were pretty impressed with enlightenment, which is cool - but we did make sure they realized it IS only beta (at best) code and we're not anywhere near done with it yet. We'll see where this goes from here. But I'm pretty excited about maybe working with them on a few things.
This is a repost, the original message had the links screwed up. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Torsten Dudai


New Cartoon: A long road




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06.Aug.1999
Martin Sahlén by eMail


AAA Award Sweden 1998 winner presentation
The winner of the Swedish AAA Award will be announced on Saturday, August 14th 1999, on the Great Nolia Exhibition in Umea, Sweden:

Date    Fri, 6 08:00:00 17:24:38 +0200 (MET DST)
From    Martin Sahlén
To  Petra Struck
Subject Re: AAA Award Sweden Information


AAA Award Sweden 1998 Winner Presentation

For Immediate Release
Permission Granted To Redistribute Without Alteration

Contact: Björn Axelsson - gecko@acc.umu.se, +46-90-19 11 73 President,
Amiga Computer Group

Stockholm, Sweden. Monday August 6, 1999.
The AAA Award Sweden for 1998 will be announced and presented at the
Great Nolia fair in Umea, Sweden on Saturday August 14, 15:00.


NOMINEES
The nominees for the AAA Award Sweden 1998 are
    Stefan Burström, for IBrowse
    Vidamus, for FinalWriter 97 Swedish translation
    Christian Nylen, for good customer support at Syscom


THE PRESENTATION
The AAA Award Sweden for 1998 will be presented Saturday August 14,
15:00 CET. Booth 6055 (Amiga Computer Group) at the Great Nolia fair
("Stora Nolia") in Umea, Sweden.


TO GET THERE
The Great Nolia fair is a huge fair with around 120.000 visitors.
Below are links to information about the fair. For more information,
contact us.
Homepage: http://www.nolia.se/stora/
Travel information: http://www.nolia.se/nav/index_resa2.html


CONTACTS

Björn Axelsson, President ACG   gecko@acc.umu.se, +46-90-19 11 73
AAA Awards, homepage            www.aaa-awards.org
AAA Awards, phone hotline       +46-90-71 00 20 (24 hours)
AAA Awards, fax                 +46-90-71 01 46


Acknowledgements

The AAA Awards is copyright © 1997-99 Amiga Computer Group.
The AAA Awards logo is copyright © 1997 Amiga Computer Group and Björn Hagström.
AMIGA® is a registered trademark of AMIGA International, Inc. / Gateway, Inc.

The AAA Awards 1998 are presented in association with AMIGA and Cloanto
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06.Aug.1999
Epic Marketing


Press release: Paul Burkey and Epic Marketing announce cooperation
Paul Burkey (Foundation) and Epic Marketing announce their cooperation. (ps) (Translation: (unk)

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06.Aug.1999
Bill McEwen (Amiga)


Amiga Advisory Council Press Release
»August 6, 1999

San Diego, CA - The Amiga Advisory Council is officially launched today
August 6th, 1999.

The community submitted hundreds of Nominations, and based upon your input
we are pleased to welcome the following members of the Amiga Advisory
Council:

Andrew Elia         Ben Vost        Bill Panagouleas    Cade Hannan
Carsten Schroeder   Chris Heereman  Christian Kemp      Christoph Dietz
Conor Kerr          Craig DeLahoy   Dave Law            Don Hicks
Gary Peake          Gunter Horbach  Heinz Wrobel        Holger Kruse
Ian Greenaway       Jeff Rose       Juergen Haage       Kermit Woodall
Luca Denelon        Malte Mundt     Randhir Jesrani     Thomas Frieden
Thomas Raukamp      Thomas Svenson  Tom Lively          Trish Zlotek
Wayne Hunt          Wayne Martin

The objective of the AAC is to help us better plan the future of Amiga
through close communications with people who are viewed as leaders in the
Amiga community.  The members of the AAC have all executed non-disclosure
agreements (NDAs), with Amiga and will have access to confidential
information regarding future products and plans.  This allows Amiga to share
sensitive information with respected members of the Amiga community without
having to disclose our plans publicly.

The members of the AAC were selected to represent their different areas of
affiliation within the Amiga community - the Press, Developers,
Dealers/Distributors, and the User Group organizations.   The AAC is
designed to provide a flow of information from the Community to the Amiga
management team and from Amiga back to the community.  Each of the members
of the AAC will act as a conduit to the community and the areas that they
represent.

We held our first official meetings with the AAC in London and in Sacramento
with over 20 AAC members participate in these first official meetings. The
AAC was able to share with Amiga many of the desires, and needs of the
community.  As we work towards the launch of the Next Generation Amiga the
input received by the AAC will help guide those decisions.

"We are excited to welcome the members of the AAC as active representatives
of the Amiga community and look forward to implementing many of the programs
suggested in the near future,  stated Jim Collas, "together we will make a
difference in computing forever."

For more information please contact:

Bill McEwen
Amiga
bill.mcewen@amiga.com
Tel:425-413-2620
Fax:425-413-2640 
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