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Posted on 13-Oct-2004 05:41 GMT by Cruncher49 comments
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Apparently MorphOS for x86 exists! See here: X86/MorphOS 1 0 MOO! http://www.morphos-news.de/guides/rc5-72/dnet-mos-stats.php Unless of course someone was tinkering with an x86 client to get it to contribute to MorphOS/PPC stats and forgot to change the architecture flag...
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Morphos for x86 at last? : Comment 18 of 49ANN.lu
Posted by takemehomegrandma on 13-Oct-2004 07:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (Anonymous):
> That's very obvious, someone with a x86 is trying to "help" the MorphOS
> team....
>
> Maybe i should secretly install a client on all Peecee's at work and
> contribute to the AmigaOS PowerPC team.

My dear padowan, have you learned nothing yet, or are ju just confused by all entities (all three of them) to which the blocks are assigned?

Those are:
1. The individual
2. The platform (Processor/OS), information about this is hardcoded into the client, and statistics are based upon that information.
3. (Optional) A Team of your choice.

The most interesting is of course entity #2, but also the #1 from a personal perspective. The #3, the "Teams" of which you are speaking, is not really interesting at all. Many in the "Amiga RC5 team" is using PC's and other platforms, which is perfectly OK, because of the diffuse meaning of the team concept. Teams can be made of students in a certain high school, HD Bikers, gay people in the netherlands, or star trek enthusiasts in Brasil, and it is perfectly allright to use whatever platform to contribute to those teams.

The point is that this is about #2, the platform (Processor/OS) and not about the teams!

;-)
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