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Posted on 07-Nov-2003 19:55 GMT by Tony Gore37 comments
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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. Read the full interview ...
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NCSCAUG Interview with Omniscience : Comment 7 of 37ANN.lu
Posted by Tigger on 08-Nov-2003 05:15 GMT
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For just once, could somebody read something and take some value away from the content, instead of trying to make it into a "slag Amiga Inc" contest??? Whatever happened to people with some intelligent input to share? This was a good and informative piece and you and the first anonymous troll try to turn these peoples hard work into a "joke", just for the sake of stabbing at Amiga. If you are not interested in AmigaDE or the development process, please move along to the next article. It really is that simple. Replies are not necessary.

I took some value away from it, and I think everyone should take value away from it. My issue is that you article is likely to encourage others to work on DE. I'm not making fun of any of the people who have worked or are working on DE applications, I've played with all of the currently available applictions, and I bought at least 6 copies of the SDK for me and my programmers. My issue is that Fleecy and Gary are out there talking to developers like your friend about buying SDKs, and investing months of their time with promises of sales and financial returns. So far that hasnt happened. We have talks about sellout of the Game Paks from Fleecy, yet no money for the people who wrote the content for those Game Paks (including your friend). Microsoft doesnt owe Amiga Inc for the Game Paks, why does Amiga Inc still owe the developers?? I've had these conversations with people who were going to get paid by Amiga Inc in June, then July, then August for software that Amiga Inc sold last year or early this year. All the while Amiga Inc has been encouraging them to get their next piece of software done for the deal with Sendo or Microsoft or whoever else is the current "hot for DE" company of the month. Developers have the right to know whether Amiga Inc is paying the people writing the DE applications that Amiga is currently selling, especially since currently thats the only way DE developers can make money from DE.
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