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[Rant] Thanks to everyone involved...ANN.lu
Posted on 20-Jun-2004 22:37 GMT by OS4lem49 comments
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With this mail I want to thank everyone (Eyetech, Hyperion, AmigaOS developer team and all the volunteers) involved into the AmigaOne and OS4 for keeping up the good old Amiga spirit and showing us the future for Amiga. Big thanks to all of you who you spent all the years onto the Amiga and finally found a new real path for the Amiga. For me as user AmigaOne and OS4 is everything that I want to see a modern Amiga should be. Quite modern and affordable Hardware, a nice clean and fast Operating System and all the developers and 3rd party people heavily supporting it. Without you the Amiga would still be a dead thing but with all you people we are happy to look forward into a nice future. Thanks again.
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Thanks to everyone involved... : Comment 41 of 49ANN.lu
Posted by Jamie_S on 22-Jun-2004 11:34 GMT
So many people seem to expect miracles of small companies in what is a very difficult marketplace.
Rather than endlessly moaning about *what* they have achieved, people should be grateful for *what* has been achieved, indeed that anything has been achieved at all in the circumstances.
I would say what has been achieved is very impressive.
The A1 is *relatively* expensive compared to PC hardware. Thats because it has to be produced in such small quantities. Making such a comparison is unrealistic.
When compared to classic hardware the jump-up in performance is huge. These machines make a good base for a new platform.
OS4 looks *stunning* IMHO. And I'm sure it will be as much of a pleasure to work with as the classic OS. Just much faster on A1 hardware :-D...
Like Ikir says, Peace, people :-)
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