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[Motd] MOTD 29/10/2000ANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 19:07 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
It seems like October will be the best month for ANN in a long time. There's been more traffic than during summer, perhaps also because I tried (also with Teemu's help) to update more often. Most of you may also have noticed the Metabox banner on the top of this page.
On the downside, I recently had quite a bit of trouble with the Notify list. First, I accidentally overwrote it with an earlier version, so some of you who unsubscribed were magically subscribed again. My apologies. Secondly, there's been quite a lot of bounced mails independently of that, so if you are subscribed but didn't get at least two or three mails this week, chances are high that your email address has been removed because notify's bounced back as undeliverable.
[News] Read about Hyperion and TribsoftANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 18:36 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Yoris Benjamin writes: Here's an interesting article where you can read about Tribsoft and Hyperion Entertainment.
[News] H&P press release October 2000ANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 18:33 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Markus Nerding writes: We (Haage & Partner) did not send press releases for a while by mistake, so here is an overview on the past weeks. More news, e.g. on AmigaOS 3.9 will follow soon.

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[News] Farewell from CS&EANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 18:16 GMT by Christian Kemp5 comments
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David Connolly writes: Maintaining a commercial business in the Amiga market has become increasingly difficult. I don't just mean in terms of the poor sales, but in terms of maintaining professional communication and business relationships. I don't feel I am able to offer a truly professional service for the Amiga as I have failed on both these counts. I have made inproper comments on mailing lists and failed to attract developers to sign for CS&E. As I have made the announcement before that CS&E would leave the classic Amiga but come back for the next generation, it is with regret that I have to say this time the company is leaving the Amiga to concentrate on the PC development. Amiga Survivor will be continuing as a non-profit making magazine through the editorial staff but CS&E will continue to lend a hand in taking orders. I wish the Amiga all the best and will be keeping a very close eye on all the developments as an eager customer.
[Rant] New Amiga websitesANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 18:09 GMT by Christian Kemp3 comments
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I think it's interesting to actually see a trend of new Amiga websites appearing again, after quite a few established ones closed their doors this year, or even before. AmigaSDK uses an unusual color scheme, but provides screenshots, links to reviews, software downloads, workshops... AmiOne.com is largely under construcion, but has a more refreshing layout. There's also a French support site under construction. As you can see, all of these pages seem to aim at the future, being AmigaOne- and/or AmigaSDK-only. What do you think? Is SDK/One the way to go for current and future websites?
[News] ACE 2000 show reportANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 12:14 GMT by Christian Kemp22 comments
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Craig Delahoy posted a comprehensive ACE 2000 show report. Well worth checking out, since it's not only well written, but also includes photos with descriptions of who's on them. :)
[News] Amiga show in GermanyANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 07:51 GMT by Christian Kemp2 comments
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Amiga Future report on their news page that there will be an Amiga show in Köln (Germany) from December 9th to 12th.
[News] Amiga SDK for Microsoft WindowsANN.lu
Posted on 29-Oct-2000 07:36 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
The Amiga SDK for Microsoft Windows is now available. It costs $99, just like the Linux version, but requires more RAM :). The detailed requirements are: Ethernet Network Interface Card Windows 95B, 98, NT Workstation 4.0 (with SP3), 2000, ME 64 MB of RAM (128 MB recommended) 100 MB of hard drive space 200mhz Processor or faster. It can be purchased directly from Amiga's SDK page.
[Motd] MOTD and ANN v2 pre-release 16ANN.lu
Posted on 28-Oct-2000 18:33 GMT by Christian Kemp6 comments
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Quite a lot of changes today. I changed the top (logo, adverts) and removed the bottom banner of the main page. The comments script has also been changed in the same way, and I finally got around to updating the list view of a comment to the new style.

I sent of an application form for DSL access on Thursday, and am now awaiting a confirmation. If it happens, I'll spend more money for being online, but should also have a much better accessibility and speed. For you, that means there will hopefully be more updates.

[News] Amiga SDK updateANN.lu
Posted on 28-Oct-2000 09:21 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselä1 comments
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Version 1.01 of the Amiga SDK for Linux has now been released. Registered SDK owners can download it from amigadev.net. This update includes mainly bugfixes.

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