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Posted on 05-Dec-2000 12:32 GMT by Teemu I. Yliselš7 comments
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Guvenc Kaplan writes: "Hi, as Amigart, we have opened a petition page for AmigaOS4.0 upon an idea on this unmoderated forum. We invite everybody to join and submit his opinion. The description on our page is as follows: 'Haage & Partner (authors of AmigaOS 3.5 and 3.9) is waiting for the approval of Amiga Inc CEO. BillMCEwen to begin coding Amiga OS V4.0 . This new version will probably feature a new kickstart rom and full PowerPC support. If you want an official AmigaOS for PPC please join the petition for Amiga OS 4.0. Leave Your Message to Amiga Inc. and let your voice be heard...P.S.:Please do not start MorphOS vs AmigaOS discussion here...We think that MorphOS is a new PPC OS and should be considered seperately from AmigaOS.'" You can sign the petition here.

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Comment 1Daniel Allsopp04-Dec-2000 23:00 GMT
Comment 2Neil Thomas04-Dec-2000 23:00 GMT
AmigaOS 4.0 petition : Comment 3 of 7ANN.lu
Posted by the educated man in the shadows on 04-Dec-2000 23:00 GMT
A petition is nothing more than a petition. Basically it states that the people signed within are interested in specific happenings or products there of. As most of the PPC users remember the ordeal with the Blizzard ROM and Phase5, will this petition make any changes to Amiga Inc I wonder. Could creating a new ROM for the current Amiga potentially hurt the sales of AmigaONE or even other side projects of the like. I think I might have a better idea for a petition to offer Amiga:
Who wants Trident?
( ) I do!
( ) I do!
I'm fairly sure sure that BillM and Fleecey are very much aware of how interested the community is in a new 4.0 ROM with PPC, RTG, and RTA support. Even still, is it actually feasible for them to go ahead with this notion?
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