|[News] amiga.com up again||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 10-May-2000 06:57 GMT by Christian Kemp||34 comments|
Many people wrote in to say that amiga.com is up again, after what seemed like taking the weekend off. When was the last time you saw a company website, or even a personal homepage, being down for two days?
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|amiga.com up again : Comment 29 of 34||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Jofre Furtado on 11-May-2000 22:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 28 (Michael Jantzen):|
What is the big deal, everyone?
Honestly, even though I was the first person to point out that the Amiga, Inc. website went down, I mentioned it for the general good of the listening community- I couldn't really care less anyway because there isn't anything new for us to read on it anyway (as usual). If you want my opinion, if you want Amiga news, go to Tao Group's website and read about Elate/Intent's development because that's all we are now anyway. The so-called Amiga/Tao OS will be great and all, but it's got no news or coverage or comments, etc... The new Amiga Operating kernal will be the work of TAO and the only thing left that Amiga will throw in will be the ability make it an "Ami-universe"-basically, an empty Networking-based OS with a customizable GUI (courtesy of another outside developer as well I might add).
The Amiga team is doing nothing but making deals, the Amiverse is the ONLY concept they have developed, and they STILL have NOTHING to show for it???
What the hell are they doing there? 3rd party and community development will do it again just like before- you'd think that "being a software only company" now they'd have the time to actually make some software.
How long did it take to move two existing OS's (TAO ELATE and Red Hat LINUX) into an x86 machine with a piece of the A1200 in it??? And it's just a developer box? Come on, now!
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