|[News] Greenboy (Phoenix) interviewed||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 02-Feb-2000 08:38 GMT by Christian Kemp||29 comments|
John Chandler and Czech publication Amiga Review interviewed Greenboy, the Phoenix "facilitator at large". You can read the first part here, there will be three more parts over the next three weeks.
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|Greenboy (Phoenix) interviewed : Comment 16 of 29||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Mario Saitti on 02-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 12 (anon):|
> 1 Thanks for the insights into what was going on behind the scenes ar
> Gateway's Amiga. I could not see how Amiga was going to get their money back
> on the AmigaObjects idea. The replacement cycle on things like TV's are
> pretty long, also if anyone can write an AO...
No problem, as was noted, a lot of work needs to be done on public relations, I guess greenboy didn't realise how his statement could be given such a wide interpretation.
> 2) Why do we have to understand Phoenix? How much relevance influence does
> it have?
You don't have to understand Phoenix actually. To be honest most people won't. Most people see Phoenix as something it isn't, and there is no way for us to correct those impressions without revealing our efforts. That would lead to one thing only, failure.
I'm not talking about just showing a machine, or an OS either in partnership with Amiga, QNX or whoever. That aspect is the easy part.
Relevance? That will become increasingly apparent when Phoenix steps out of it's shell. It depends on who you are, what you do, and what you want. If Phoenix offers you something you need, then it is relevant. However as Phoenix matures, and it's IP grows the number of people Phoenix is relevant to will grow.
I'm sorry I have to be so vague, it is the only way things can happen at the moment.
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