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[Rant] Where is MorphOS for CSPPC?ANN.lu
Posted on 26-Jul-2004 11:33 GMT by Kolbjørn Barmen (Edited on 2004-07-26 13:40:05 GMT by Christian Kemp)78 comments
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Whatever happened to the promised support for PowerUp? While people are discussing the meaning of "promise" and "support" I want to ask what the final outcome of MorphOS for PowerUP machines is. web archive (20030602171643) of www.morphos.net/support.php3. Was it ever promised? Not? Versions? Support? When? The mention of CSPPC and BlizzPPC was there for more than 3 years before it vanished when morphos.de/morphos.net became ..uhm.. genesized. :)
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Where is MorphOS for CSPPC? : Comment 43 of 78ANN.lu
Posted by priest on 27-Jul-2004 03:03 GMT
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@ anonymous

>> I think that is the core reason. MOS needs to sell the HW of the same
>> company.
>I hope that you are not suggesting that the Pegasos sales so far in the lower thousands has financed the development of MorphOS?

Of course not.
But it should because it is the only product being sold with MOS and I think MOS developers are not any imported asian slaves that do not need food and roof.

>Or that the few sales (2000 top?) of Pegasos motherboards that MorphOS itself has generated has done anyone fat and wealthy?

Of course not.
As a matter of fact, IMO (well known), the price of pegasos make is way too low to cover any R&D costs at all.

>Greed is not the reason to why you haven't seen MorphOS for Amiga yet, rather the opposite,

Right.
But the reason is HW business and the game named "king of the hill".

>a need of narrow prioritys due to limited resources. They can't do it all at once and they can't afford the luxery of spending time to port it to a platform that died ten years ago.

BUT THEY HAVE DONE IT ALL READY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So why not give or sell it out without any further guarrantees.
Money would help the R&D of MOS !!!!!!

>They simply have to focus on the things that might advance the platform.

Propaganda.
There's many sort of believers ...
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