|[News] Pegasos and Morphos on German TV 3Sat||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 15-May-2002 20:36 GMT by Christophe Decanini||272 comments|
The bplan GmbH would like to inform you about the Computer Magazine taking place on the 27th of may at 9.30 pm.|
neues - das Computer- und Telekommunikationsmagazin auf 3sat
There is an IRC chat scheduled after the show.
Check it out here.
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|Pegasos and Morphos on German TV 3Sat : Comment 265 of 272||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Bill Toner on 20-May-2002 18:38 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 74 (David Scheibler):|
>>bplan does not let DCE support Hyperion in the development of OS4 for BPPC and
> DCE hasn't heard from Hyperion since last November. On the other hand Hyperion
> spreads rumours about DCE (Grex drivers etc.)
> BTW: Quoting morphos.de:
> "Q: Will MorphOS run on the announced Eyetech's PPC Hardware?
> A: We haven't got any specs and we don't expect to get any."
This goes both ways. We've tried contacting DCE about getting a Grex driver dev kit for our
Radeon drivers. After months of emailing various DCE addresses, one guy wrote back saying
to contact Frank Mariak who controls the Grex dev kit. The given email bounced back, and
further requests to that DCE guy for a working email to Frank went unanswered, and eventually
we gave up. I personally at this point do not expect to ever hear from DCE again, and thus
unfortunately don't have much faith in Radeon on Grex being possible, due to the
political climate in this Amiga market today. I really hate politics... I don't consider myself
to personally be on any "side" of this political issue, and am willing to support whatever
platform allows me to do so. Currently I am prevented from writing drivers for
Grex, Pegasos, and Morphos as "they" apparently have some political agenda in place
and won't even talk to people outside their group "chosen ones".
So please realize, even if the Q/A above is a true situation, they are equally guilty
of the exact same thing, by preventing people from supporting Grex.
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