|[Web] NCSCAUG Interview with Omniscience||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 07-Nov-2003 19:55 GMT by Tony Gore||37 comments|
The NC/SC Amiga User Group presents an interview with developer Jim Wingard of Omniscience. The interview outlines the process of becoming an AmigaDE developer, the software development cycle, as well as his take on AmigaDE in general.
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|NCSCAUG Interview with Omniscience : Comment 33 of 37||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Tigger on 10-Nov-2003 03:37 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 31 (Tony Gore):|
I guess the question was sort of asked, but the answer is weak to say the least. First of all Amiga didnt put alot of effort into DE in fact the TAO SDK is better, secondly, when I bought my SDKs there was no info distributed that I would be counting on Fleecy of all people to sell my products and see that I was paid. I'm all for Amiga Inc making money from their effort, but there are lots of ways for Amiga to make money without being the sole source of DE software. Licencing the OS pieces made Commodore lots of money and would have worked for AI, licensing or selling the player is a real idea that could have netted them lots of income, all these options were discussed at St Louis 2000, as they have been since then. Sole control of DE and all DE related software in Amiga Incs hands is pretty bleak given there current situation.
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