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Posted on 21-Sep-2004 21:30 GMT by BoingMan23 comments
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Dancing BoingBall : Comment 1 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Neko on 21-Sep-2004 20:06 GMT
I think you're in SERIOUS need of a girlfriend :)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 2 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Olegil on 21-Sep-2004 21:06 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Neko):
Who isn't?
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 3 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Agima on 21-Sep-2004 22:01 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (Olegil):
My mom?
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 4 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Nicolas Mendoza on 21-Sep-2004 22:34 GMT
You just got OS4? ;D
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 5 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Chris Perver on 22-Sep-2004 05:56 GMT
I've heard more exciting news than this
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 6 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by fhein on 22-Sep-2004 08:48 GMT
now that's just plain disturbing
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 7 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 22-Sep-2004 09:40 GMT
Quite a beautiful city there
http://www.ci.beaverton.or.us/beaverton/beaverton_fall.html

Bonus points to whomever can guess which amigan is from here.
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 8 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by opi on 22-Sep-2004 09:43 GMT
Oh, right. ;D http://www.opi.mnc.pl/supportus.php
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 9 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Almos Rajnai on 22-Sep-2004 13:42 GMT
Ehhe, so you like my Happy Boing Ball? ;)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 10 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by PaulT on 22-Sep-2004 14:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Almos Rajnai):
Do not taunt Happy Boing Ball.
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 11 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 22-Sep-2004 14:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (Anonymous):
doomy, give me my bonus points!
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 12 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Almos Rajnai on 23-Sep-2004 05:17 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (PaulT):
Taunt? Aww, no. I am really the creator. :)
(Check out the hidden message in the file... ;)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 13 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Develin on 24-Sep-2004 03:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (Almos Rajnai):
Why being so hostile agains MorphOS and it's users, I'm not see myself as an insect which I assume was the point in your hidden message.
Dunno why a lot of OS4 users thinks it's cool to demonstrate their hate against MorphOS in one way or another. Many of you have prolly never used it in real life.
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 14 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Almos Rajnai on 24-Sep-2004 05:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (Develin):
Aw, come on! Just a joke! :)
(They might make joke of everything, but we don't, right?)

Don't take everything so serious. I don't hate MOS creators/users. You are right anyway: I never used MOS, and never will do.

No, I won't start a flamewar here.
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 15 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Develin on 24-Sep-2004 11:19 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Almos Rajnai):
My main point was that even slandering in any direction (direct of indirect) both for MOS and OS4-user is simply not worth anything. I've seen Peg's get flushed through a toilet, a MOS poster get burned etc. And I wonder, what's the use for doing this ?

Aren't our "community" little enough, do we really fraction it down to nothing ?
None of the platforms will survive alone so cooperation is essential IMO.
I can see why this was done in the good ol' days (Atari Vs. Amiga etc.) but now?
People using these machines today should be grown up and understand better.

Your message wasn't offensive to me, I've just would like to mention the commonly strange direct or indirect hidden agendas from a lot of partys that ain't do nothing good really.
Btw. your anim looks cool and funky though =)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 16 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 25-Sep-2004 06:27 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (Develin):
My main point was that even slandering in any direction (direct of indirect) both for MOS and OS4-user is simply not worth anything. I've seen Peg's get flushed through a toilet, a MOS poster get burned etc. And I wonder, what's the use for doing this ?

Nothing IMO, I wouldn't do this. I rather put a Peg into my closet, once it will worth a fortune to the collectors. :)

Aren't our "community" little enough, do we really fraction it down to nothing ?
None of the platforms will survive alone so cooperation is essential IMO.


One thing what you miss out from this: there is no such way how these two parties could really cooperate. One of them must fall, as we know it. They are only backward compatible, and since the scene of Amiga had shrunken too small we cannot feed two different platforms in the future. So it is only matter of time. Sad, but true, all of us feel this quite well.

The other possibility is if both fell. I am not brave enough to think into that, but might happen.

I can see why this was done in the good ol' days (Atari Vs. Amiga etc.) but now?
People using these machines today should be grown up and understand better.


I guess this is nature of humanity, so I don't blame anybody. The other oppositions were not similar to the recent situation, eg. Amiga could not run Atari software and vice versa. But you are right: they were competition to each other and one of them fell. See our future.

Your message wasn't offensive to me, I've just would like to mention the commonly strange direct or indirect hidden agendas from a lot of partys that ain't do nothing good really.

It was just a joke, I wouldn't do harm to innocent insects. ;)

Btw. your anim looks cool and funky though =)

Thank you. :)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 17 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Almos Rajnai on 25-Sep-2004 06:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Anonymous):
Ehh, I forgot to set my name, but it was me. ;)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 18 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Develin on 25-Sep-2004 07:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 16 (Anonymous):
Well, we the users and developers can cooperate instead of being sarcastic at each others and I think we will see more of this in the future.
Even though the main team of OS4 and MOS won't shake hands, why can't we do it?

In our team, we will try to cover all of the Amiga-like API's when possible.
They are to alike to ignore IMO. The more the merrier...

Hav a nice day.
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 19 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Almos Rajnai on 25-Sep-2004 09:41 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Develin):
Well, we the users and developers can cooperate instead of being sarcastic at each others and I think we will see more of this in the future.

And how exactly do you visualize this cooperation? Both developer parties have opposite goals: sell own product(s) whose are deeply concur and have its merits. The market is narrow, not too many users could afford both solutions. (And why would do?)

Even though the main team of OS4 and MOS won't shake hands, why can't we do it?

True, but that has its history in the past. Neverdeless I am not the right person to talk about this topic.

In our team, we will try to cover all of the Amiga-like API's when possible.
They are to alike to ignore IMO. The more the merrier...


Good for you! I have a bet that most developers won't do this. (At least not for too long time.) The new API of both OS's are significantly different. If you stuck with the compatible part, then you will miss the most advanced parts of the new software environments. This will have a bad influence to your software, your users and even to you.

Sarcasm cannot be even more far from me, I hope you all can see this.
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 20 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Develin on 25-Sep-2004 14:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 19 (Almos Rajnai):
>> The new API of both OS's are significantly different.

Well, not really to a point that it's a problem for easy adjustements.

And if there would be more than easy adjustements for the future API's,
we are currently working on a solution tha is pretty modularized and will
make coding easy for many parties.
But I can't reveal anything more about this now sadly =)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 21 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by Almos Rajnai on 26-Sep-2004 06:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (Develin):
All I can say to you: good luck! :)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 22 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by John Block on 26-Sep-2004 19:15 GMT
>Amiga could not run Atari software and vice versa

Actually there is an Atari ST emulator for Amiga.

Also there was no contest.

(exception music, there was apparently some killer music program and a, I think midi ?, interface)
Dancing BoingBall : Comment 23 of 23ANN.lu
Posted by JKD on 27-Sep-2004 22:51 GMT
The thing about dancing boing balls is....

They don't fit up your a**e half as well as bananas, so they're never gonna catch on in the porn industry until someone comes out with the bead version ;-)
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