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Posted on 09-Jul-2002 06:53 GMT by The High Mind35 comments
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As was mentioned earlier, and this applies to anyone with server issues...

We are running our servers on a true T3 now, so we have plenty of bandwidth and space available. If anyone has Amiga content related sites that they need hosted, I have authorised our staff to offer free hosting on one of our machines to them. There really are some nice sites out there that are endangered of going away due to cost issues, which is a sad, but true reality for many web designers and creative individuals who deserve better... As was mentioned earlier, and this applies to anyone with server issues...

We are running our servers on a true T3 now, so we have plenty of bandwidth and space available. If anyone has Amiga content related sites that they need hosted, I have authorised our staff to offer free hosting on one of our machines to them. There really are some nice sites out there that are endangered of going away due to cost issues, which is a sad, but true reality for many web designers and creative individuals who deserve better...

For such a small, dedicated community, this shouldn't ever have to be an issue.

Our servers have PhP4, Perl5, RebolView/Core and MySQL installed, so all of the above are available to you.

So if anyone needs a content site (e.g. non-commercial site) hosted, we can arrange this with you at no cost to you. This applies to Morph, AROS, and Be related sites too.

If interested, e-mail LotR@merlancial.com.

This is my way of giving some back to the Amiga community..

I've personally almost given up hope of anything real out of A.I. now, as they are even in debt to me for a large sum of money...but as far as the Amiga community is concerned, I have better hopes. You truly are a bunch of wonderful colourful individuals who I have always loved working with. It's a shame we haven't made as great a comeback as I would have hoped...
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Posted by Dave Haynie on 12-Jul-2002 03:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 28 (3seas):
> But what is interesting, is that Merlancia is now publicly known to be something of > an investor in Amiga inc.
At this point, it's only an exaggeration of former dealings.
> I seem to have recalled a few questionable stories about Merlancia and even you Dave.
In both cases, and every other one that comes your way, consider the source. For every bad guy out there, there is someone who will fall for his deceipt, and someone who will try to warn you off. For every good guy out there, there is some jerk who feels the need to bring them down a notch or two, generally because such losers have accomplished nothing real in life on their own.
> If Amiga inc are doing bad and go under, then I'd imagine the Amiga property
> held by Amiga inc. ...... Well creditors are to be considered ...... Merlancia
> end up with it???
The chance of that happening is precisely 0%, were Amiga to tank tomorrow. Trust me, I have a degree in Engineering and Mathematics, I'm being scientifically precise on this one.
> How well did Hi-Torro (sp?) hide their Development of Amiga, Dave?
Exceedingly well. No one, not even those of us in the business at the time, got wind of the their development until they wanted us to. And I know what you're thinking, but consider that "leaking it" isn't a recent development. Amiga (you didn't hear of anything when they were called Hi-Toro) managed to tweak the industry's need to know just as Be, Transmeta, Segway, etc. have in the days since. Free publicity is the best kind.
The things I know about that Amiga, Inc. is working on, in-house, are far more compelling for the future of the company than AmigaOS 4.0 or anything of that ilk. And I don't begin to claim to know everything they're doing.
-Dave
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