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[Web] Visit of Thendic-France in photosANN.lu
Posted on 03-Sep-2002 10:34 GMT by Sébastien Jeudy13 comments
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"Some photos taken the 13th August 2002 at Thendic-France in Paris have been posted here. Thanks to Thendic, and enjoy the visit with the Pegasos/MorphOS ! :)

Sébastien Jeudy - "Jedi"."

Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 1 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by o1i on 03-Sep-2002 09:40 GMT
So it seems, that the MorphOS T-Shirts are further developed than the
TeamAmiga T-Shirts. Amiga Inc has choosen the design (but not on
their own), Thendic has T-Shirts available for Betatesters.
Any parallels ;) ?
Although I have not seen any legal threats against the designs..
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 2 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Kronos on 03-Sep-2002 09:44 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (o1i):
ROTFLOL
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 3 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Jon on 03-Sep-2002 09:54 GMT
I am not interested in T-Shirts unless they have some integrated PPC-hw that allow me to run OS4 or MOS ;)
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 4 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Ole-Egil on 03-Sep-2002 16:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Jon):
Uhm, I'm sure we could arrange some ppc hardware in a T-shirt for you, but have it run software? Bit tricky that :-)
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 5 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Lando on 03-Sep-2002 16:55 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (o1i):
>Although I have not seen any legal threats against the designs..
More parallels...
Those MOS T-shirts look dumb. Amiga Inc's T-shirts are much better design, will be constructed from higher-quality materials, have better performance, and will be worn by more people.
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 6 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Lando on 03-Sep-2002 16:56 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Lando):
Oh, i forgot the ;)
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 7 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by JoBBo on 03-Sep-2002 17:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Lando):
"Those MOS T-shirts look dumb."
Definetely nowhere as dumb as the AmigaOS4.0 screenshots, dude. Those were a real embarrasment for everybody who hasn't been using OS3.1 non-stop for the past 10 years.
(No offend to the guy who did VisualPrefs, it's a nice little tool. But those screenshots suck big time!)
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 8 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Gareth Knight on 03-Sep-2002 19:54 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Lando):
"Those MOS T-shirts look dumb. Amiga Inc's T-shirts are much better design, will be constructed from higher-quality materials, have better performance, and will be worn by more people."
Atari T-shirts will be worn by even more people! Besides, I know for a fact that the Amiga T-shirt will offer lower performance when emulating 68k software. Perhaps we can petition for a native port. :)
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 9 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by tinman on 03-Sep-2002 20:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (Gareth Knight):
Nah, we should boycott T-shirts until there is a native port ;)
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 10 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by AIncFUD on 03-Sep-2002 23:10 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Lando):
And of course these MOS T-shirts are made by poor starving children in India!! :-D
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 11 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Chip on 04-Sep-2002 10:52 GMT
Is there anything else, what is running on MorphOS, than that stupid Candyfactory Pro? It's getting boring...
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 12 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by JKD on 04-Sep-2002 14:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Chip):
How about that video editing tool (the name of which escapes me right now? The fact that a large proportion of the OS runs native interests me mre at the moment plus the fact that there are quite a few essential network utils ported.
AOS4 *seems to be* pretty much in the same position with native applications, it remains to be seen whether either OS platform will attract any *new* software.
Visit of Thendic-France in photos : Comment 13 of 13ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 04-Sep-2002 16:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Chip):
Yes, MUI. :-)
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