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James Rhodes of SeaScape Software, a North American software house that produced and sold commercial Amiga hard- and software as well as shareware and freeware titles until the early 90s and switched to the Mac platform when Commodore closed down, has announced to concentrate software development efforts on the Pegasos/MorphOS platform. Below you will find the official information taken from their homepage which currently is being updated/reworked: 'As of today, SeaScape Software is going to be concentrating its development efforts on the new Pegasos computing platform running the MorphOS from Genesi. The MorphOS and Pegasos combination will allow us to develop quality software, and also help the MorphOS community grow larger with time. "After doing a lot of research on this new platform, we decided that it would be in our best interest to develop software for this new computing platform that offers many advantages over other platforms. While the MorphOS is still relatively young, the software engineers at Genesi are making sure it is getting better with every release. On the hardware side, the Pegasos motherboard is improving in performance, thanks to the hard work of the hardware engineers. In the near future, Genesi will be releasing a motherboard with the PPC970 processor (G5), and we are looking forward to this very much. It is an exciting time indeed!" - James Rhodes SeaScape Software sends Genesi our best wishes for the continued success of the exciting Pegasos platform and its beautiful MorphOS operating system. Get the alternative computer, the Pegasos platform!'
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Posted by Anonymous (212.206.177.237) on 27-Sep-2004 06:13 GMT
WOW!!!
I alwas wanted a program such as "California Lottery Number Generator X"
(It randomly generate the numbers)
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Posted by justnotbill (84.133.34.50) on 27-Sep-2004 06:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):
But there is so much more, you forgot:

Lotto 649 Number Generator
Fantasy 5 Number Generator
California Lottery Number Generator
Super Lotto Plus Number Generator
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Posted by Peter Gordon (212.104.156.42) on 27-Sep-2004 06:50 GMT
Well... congrats for MorphOS fans. It seems you'll not be in short supply of random lottery number generators... Going back through their website on archive.org thats pretty much all they've produced.

Don't get me wrong, almost any development for MOS, AROS or AmigaOS is a good thing, but they seem to be spending more time on making fancy logos and websites than writing anything truely useful..

Lets hope MorphOS motivates them to make something better.
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Posted by Anonymous (168.143.113.138) on 27-Sep-2004 07:13 GMT
PPC970 to be released...
I don't know where you get that from but you should not believe Genesi and better trust bPlan/MorphOS team.

Bye
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Posted by Anonymous (212.206.177.237) on 27-Sep-2004 07:17 GMT
BTW I wonder if BBRV writes these press releases as "bonus" for commiting to the Pegasus platform.
I'm sure they get a free homepage design as well....
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Posted by Johan Rönnblom (193.11.251.131) on 27-Sep-2004 07:31 GMT
Hmm, I think it would be better to wait with this announcement until
there's some info about what software the company will make.

Also, for copyright reasons, I strongly doubt it's a good idea to use
MacOS imagery on the website. Especially not when doing software for
another OS. But at least it allows us to conclude that "Anonymous"'s
suspicion that Genesi made the website is wrong. :-)

Even though they don't list the product on their website, it seems
like this is the software company that got a 10.5 score in this
review: http://perversiontracker.com/archives/000030.html
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Posted by hooligan/dcs (Registered user) on 27-Sep-2004 07:36 GMT
Just as meaningless "commitment" to MOS as the Coyote Flux "commitment" to OS4. Neither have never released anything of use.

But as Peter said, it's nice if some people find motivation of AROS, OS4 or MOS.. god knows there are not too much developers around.
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Posted by Anonymous (212.206.177.237) on 27-Sep-2004 08:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Johan Rönnblom):
Maybe i'll quote that rating for you: "SeaScape Software, I give you a 10.5 for exceptional uselessness. I’ll be watching your future offerings with great interest."

And a couple of quotes from other user reviews:
"What amazes me is that this reached version 1.1.1. What features could possibly have been missing in the original release?"

"this is software for old women and retired USN airmen in big bermudas."


"Oh man, I can describe how much I laughed when I saw these popping up one after the other on VersionTracker :D

What makes some people so lucky to get such ideas, and not only once, but 8 times :D
What a mastermind!"

"v1.0 always gave 1-2-3-4-5-6"


"this software is a bargain - assuming you have some sort of exotic brain disorder preventing you from making up numbers. Add to that the fact that only California residents can use it, and the usefulness just plunges."
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Posted by Anonymous (212.206.177.237) on 27-Sep-2004 08:12 GMT
"After doing a lot of research on this new platform, we decided that it would be in our best interest to develop software for this new computing platform that offers many advantages over other platforms."

I can't wait for a Altivec G5 optimised version.

I think it's in the best interest of MAC users they choose the Pegasus to develop software for.

Hell! I think it's in the best interest for ALL computer users that they have chosen the Pegasus as the computer to develop software for. ;-)
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Posted by bobson (81.86.72.58) on 27-Sep-2004 09:18 GMT
Shouldnt this be on wrongpla.net

I mean it is an attempt at satire right?
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Posted by Anonymous (168.143.113.138) on 27-Sep-2004 09:27 GMT
<a href"http://62.193.232.12/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=6979&forum=14"the ultimate wrongpla.net material</a>
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Posted by hooligan/dcs (Registered user) on 27-Sep-2004 09:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (Anonymous):
here, have a = ... put it somewhere in there :)
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Posted by takemehomegrandma (Registered user) on 27-Sep-2004 10:04 GMT
I don't know what he plans to code for MorphOS but looking at morphzone.org it looks like it won't be a lottery generator at all.

I think that if this is a serious effort it's worth *applauding* and not "belitteling" like some of you seems to have an urge for.
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Posted by Anonymous (212.100.251.149) on 27-Sep-2004 11:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (takemehomegrandma):
Morphzone link to where that is said?
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Posted by hooligan/dcs (Registered user) on 27-Sep-2004 11:10 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (Anonymous):
http://www.morphzone.org/modules/newbb_plus/viewtopic.php?topic_id=2868&forum=2
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Posted by Johan Rönnblom (193.11.251.131) on 27-Sep-2004 12:30 GMT
I don't want to dissuade anyone from developing. But IMO you should
make announcements only when you have something interesting to
announce.
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Posted by Joe (62.252.192.12) on 27-Sep-2004 13:26 GMT
"we decided that it would be in our best interest to develop software for this new computing platform that offers many advantages over other platforms"

Advantages? name one (without mentioning Windows or Bill Gates).
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Posted by priest (192.100.124.218) on 27-Sep-2004 14:09 GMT
"In the near future, Genesi will be releasing a motherboard with the PPC970 processor (G5), and we are looking forward to this very much."

Without any pessimism I wonder what year will that be.
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Posted by Coder (202.129.2.4) on 27-Sep-2004 14:37 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (hooligan/dcs):
C'mon you should know better then that. They released some decent stuff. Isn't that just a bit below the belt such a comment? I thought I knew you better then that! :-)

Coder
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Posted by AmigaUser (62.163.179.78) on 27-Sep-2004 17:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 7 (hooligan/dcs):
Why is there always someone giving comments to destroy our beloved
amiga scene? Hey "hooligan" you are from the dcs team, from
which I never watch demos anyway (because there are better demos on
the c64 than you perform on amiga), but I felt it was worth writing
something here.

Coyote Flux has done many things while you were sleeping.
I remember that ppc680x0 was used for the ppc version
of one of the coolest amiga games ever called Payback.

There is much more like Kickflash OS4, multidisk.device for openPCI
(the diskdrive driver for MOS and other systems), Pocketmc, J Miner
(which I saw running at a show years ago) and many other things.
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Posted by JoannaK (213.130.199.15) on 27-Sep-2004 18:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (priest):
Depends a lot of things... Tehcnically, It can't happen much sooner than Marvell getting their 970-controller ready for mass production (I have not checked it's status). Besides that .. project like that needs will, money, clients and some hard work.

I have not followed Genesi closely on lately. But I can't help noticing that Neko seems to be highly against G5 (970 series) on Moobunny. I can't tell if this is official party-line or his personal opinion, though...
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Posted by Johan Rönnblom (193.11.251.131) on 27-Sep-2004 20:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (AmigaUser):
Why don't you blame commenters 1-3? :-)
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Posted by Darth_X (Registered user) on 28-Sep-2004 00:20 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Peter Gordon):
OS4 lacks hardware development. :(
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Posted by hooligan/dcs (Registered user) on 28-Sep-2004 01:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (AmigaUser):
@Coder, AmigaUser

As far as I know they have released the ppc converter which wasn't that useful at all (or was it even released.. I remember trying demo/beta but can't put my finger onto it being sold anywhere). I don't remember seeing JMiner released either.
About KickFlash OS4.. I didn't know it can be bought already. I remembered it was put on ice long time ago.

Naturally I could be wrong .. heck, my memory has lost much more important things in the past :)
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Posted by /////ANDRE (66.127.158.50) on 28-Sep-2004 02:02 GMT
At least they have T-SHIRTS!!! <ducking>

https://www.cafepress.com/seascapesoft
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Posted by hooligan/dcs (Registered user) on 28-Sep-2004 02:13 GMT
Oh BTW, with my comment I didn't mean to degrade or doubt Coyote Flux-guys talents or ability to code useful software. It just seems they have released just as much for the user as Seascape Software.

We've seen such announcements earlier .. millions times. How many games have been promised, how much software was promised, we got promised new exciting hardware, better brighter future and the moon from the sky. Start counting how many of those we have received.. excuse my cynicism towards any promises/commitments done for the public.
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Posted by Anders Kjeldsen (80.203.21.62) on 28-Sep-2004 03:33 GMT
I doubt that (m)any serious BUSINESS has any interest in developing software for this platform (AmigaOS3, AmigaOS4, Morphos) (depends a little bit on the definition of "serious"). I think this announcement is just to make things look better for the Pegasos - unless the T-Shirts come with a small Morphos logo? :)

A serious business would have to make a lot of money, and that can't be done by writing software for Pegasos/Amiga users today. It can, however, work out for companies consisting of people with "emotional" relationship to the platform. But I think they usually work part time on it.
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Posted by JoannaK (213.130.199.15) on 28-Sep-2004 04:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 27 (Anders Kjeldsen):
Yep.. It's been about the same around all of them last five to ten years. Was it OS3.X,AmigaDE,OS4,MorphOS,Aros etc..

Of those.. OS3.X had some leftower-push after Commodore died, but it was lost during years of mismanagement. AmigaDE was too much empty promices and way too little technology. OS4 is too young and they don't have any funds to attract 3RD party devs. MorphOS have had some good and bad moments, but at least they do have some apps made for it and some coming. Aros... well, it's never claimed to be platform for commercial apps.

And I knowingly did left out UAE,AmigaForever and Amithlon.. IMHO they aren't enough to justify development. Perhaps if Ami/Berniethlon had had Official status and if it had become basis of Next Gen Amiga .. But, it never happened.
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Posted by Coder (202.129.2.4) on 28-Sep-2004 06:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 26 (hooligan/dcs):
@hooligan

//Oh BTW, with my comment I didn't mean to degrade or doubt Coyote Flux-guys talents or ability to code useful software. It just seems they have released just as much for the user as Seascape Software.//

Ok. :-) Payback did indeed got made with their tool like said earlier in this thread. They did some impressive stuff but it got never released because of their former employee. And lately some people felt like attacking them with anything they could. Which pissed me off since these guys are really nice. So I thought hey another attack but you just ment they did not released so much. Which is a normal comment. But you can bet on it they will do some nice stuff for os4. They just wasted a lot of time and energy for nothing. Oh yeah and for everyone else that feels like a rant about them, don't! If you really feel like a rant go on about my bucket. :-) Those guys don't deserve all that shit.

We should be happy there are people that DO want to make software. That goes for both platforms.

Coder
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Posted by ece (130.237.38.176) on 28-Sep-2004 06:37 GMT
"produced and sold commercial Amiga hard- and software as well as shareware and freeware titles until the early 90s"

Let me say it like Letterman on W.Bush: whaaat?
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Posted by priest (192.100.124.218) on 28-Sep-2004 10:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 23 (Darth_X):
Well... AOS4 is not made by HW manufacturer in the first place...

But yes. We are unaware of any AGP4x/PCI-X/DDR/PPC970 capable AOS4 compatible HW coming near future.
SeaScape Software to concentrate software development efforts on the Pegasos/MorphOS platform : Comment 32 of 45ANN.lu
Posted by Coyote Flux (84.119.209.65) on 28-Sep-2004 10:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 24 (hooligan/dcs):
Hi there,

PPC680x0 was released several years ago and is available on the StormC 4 CD from Haage & Partner. Kickflash OS4 has been available since the beginning of this year.

J Miner has not been released (and it will not be), in fact it is used for our photogrammetry services.

Just to let you know.

Best regards,

Sharwin Raghoebardayal
Coyote Flux
www.coyoteflux.nl
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Posted by hooligan/dcs (Registered user) on 28-Sep-2004 12:43 GMT
In reply to Comment 32 (Coyote Flux):
Standing corrected.
SeaScape Software to concentrate software development efforts on the Pegasos/MorphOS platform : Comment 34 of 45ANN.lu
Posted by James Rhodes (66.116.65.232) on 28-Sep-2004 21:46 GMT
Hello everyone!

Note that this story picked up from the German MorphOS-News.de site has been corrected, as David made some errors in his writing and has apologised to me for them. I have no problem with that, as he made an honest mistake in translation. You will have to go there to read it, or better yet, go to my website to read my About page.

As for the sarcastic remarks regarding my programming on the Mac while at college, I will forget about it because they were done long ago. Circa 1999-2002. :) So who really cares... I certainly don't, but if there is one thing I don't like is someone bad mouthing me without knowing who I am. A programmer takes about two years after graduation to start getting pretty good, and I am much better than I used to be. I took 7 programming languages at college and even made the Dean's Honour List in the last term, so I think I am quite qualified to program a computer. I stopped programming for Mac OS X because frankly I am quite sick and tired of many Mac users and their constant whining about everything. Some users on Versiontracker and the utterly stupid and juvenile Perversiontracker really need to get a life. Enough said...

I'll still use my Mac, but mainly now I just use it for iTunes, graphics, and web sites. I'm getting me a Pegasos II and MorphOS! :) My main focus on programming anything in the future is going to be for MorphOS. No one is paying me to do this and I am not receiving anything for doing this, as this is of my own desire to help build the MorphOS community. Anything wrong with that? I didn't think so...

Also, no I just don't have a pretty logo for the person said that. That so-called pretty logo was designed by the musically and graphically-gifted Adam Fothergill of Jetstrike fame on the Amiga, and many award-winning games on the Mac platform. I'm sure you remember the Fothergill brothers, Aaron and Adam? AMOS Club? I sure do... :) Don't disrepect the work my friend has done for me please. That is totally disrespectful to me and him...

I have a lot of great ideas for programs, including an educational line of software (mostly Mathematics) featuring two cartoon ferrets, Cubby and Pepper. I posted a picture on MorphOSZone... I certainly don't call that nothing... :-/ Some people just can never grow up... <sigh>

I am kind of glad I decided against purchasing an AmigaOne motherboard, and deciding on a Pegasos II motherboard. Why? For one simple reason... The people there are much more respectful of one's efforts to help their community. Danke schön und gute Nacht!
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Posted by James Rhodes (66.116.65.232) on 28-Sep-2004 21:57 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (takemehomegrandma):
Thank you! At least someone here has some intelligence... :)

Since I am presently studying to become a Mathematics (5-12) teacher, I have a real strong desire to make fun educational Mathematics programs for kids using my two cartoon ferrets, Cubby and Pepper. That is going to be my educational line, called "Ferrets Only." For other things, I am weighing options right now. I think for the Pegasos to get into schools, we are going to need some good educational software. That will really help... Someone has to step up to the plate and do it, so I am taking the plunge so-to-speak.

Once I learn all the system nuances of MorphOS then I can begin some programming. It's going to be fun... :)
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Posted by James Rhodes (66.116.65.232) on 28-Sep-2004 22:01 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Anonymous):
What a ridiculous comment... I have my own webspace that I pay for every year and I designed the site myself with no outside help, thank you very much.
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Posted by James Rhodes (66.116.65.232) on 28-Sep-2004 22:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (Anonymous):
That comment of mine about a G5 motherboard was from something I read on their site. Nothing harmful in saying I am looking forward to it, now is there? :-/
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Posted by James Rhodes (66.116.65.232) on 28-Sep-2004 22:11 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (ece):
LIke I said... Read the corrections David made at his site or my About page.
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Posted by gary_c (222.145.155.104) on 28-Sep-2004 23:31 GMT
In reply to Comment 34 (James Rhodes):
Hello everyone!

I stopped programming for Mac OS X because frankly I am quite sick and tired of many Mac users and their constant whining about everything.

I hope that has hardened you for this market. ;-)

My main focus on programming anything in the future is going to be for MorphOS. No one is paying me to do this and I am not receiving anything for doing this, as this is of my own desire to help build the MorphOS community. Anything wrong with that? I didn't think so...

In contrast to the interfaction arguing here, the MorphOS community is pretty well-mannered, especially where incoming developers are concerned. :-)

I have a lot of great ideas for programs, including an educational line of software (mostly Mathematics) featuring two cartoon ferrets, Cubby and Pepper. I posted a picture on MorphOSZone... I certainly don't call that nothing... :-/ Some people just can never grow up... <sigh>

You have to realize that there have been so many companies and individuals showing up and making announcements and promises, that people have become cynical when things didn't materialize. It's good to announce your intentions, but keep in mind the history, and be prepared for some degree of skepticism until you actually have a shipping product.

I am kind of glad I decided against purchasing an AmigaOne motherboard, and deciding on a Pegasos II motherboard. Why? For one simple reason... The people there are much more respectful of one's efforts to help their community. Danke schön und gute Nacht!

That's a little surprising to me in view of how eager (desperate? ;-) ) AmigaOne users are for new developers and applications, but I guess you have your reasons. (I understand Amiga, Inc. made things difficult in the past and had an arrogant attitude, but don't know what the official support environment is like now.) But looking at the bright side, welcome to the Pegasos/MorphOS community, and good luck.

-- gary_c
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Posted by Anders Kjeldsen (80.203.21.62) on 29-Sep-2004 06:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 34 (James Rhodes):
I think everyone welcome you and your interest - It's not that.

Anyway..

Who will your programs be targeted at? Children running Morphos? At school?
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Posted by James Rhodes (66.116.65.232) on 29-Sep-2004 07:49 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Anders Kjeldsen):
With my "Ferrets Only" cartoon ferrets, I want to use this for an educational line of Mathematics (or more) software. Children need to learn better Math skills in my opinion, and I want to help out in this area. Wouldn't it be cool if schools all of a sudden started to look at the Pegasos computer and decide to switch over, instead of buying into the Wintel juggernaut every year? It is going to take some good software to make this happen.

As for other programs, I have a few things in mind but I have to concentrate on one project first. As I am learning the MorphOS/Pegasos system nuances, I will release small programs as Freeware. These won't be huge apps, but for things I need on a daily basis in my computing life. Since I plan on moving entirely over to the MorphOS in the future, there are going to be a quite a few small apps that I will want to make.

I am not going to be producing a huge masterpiece overnight. But in due time, I will make the kind of software I want to release to the MorphOS community. This is a new platform, lots to learn, and I can't wait to dive into it. :) So for a while, I will be releasing a lot of Freeware, then when I feel comfortable I will release Shareware software. To start a good Freeware library, programmers are going to have to release a lot of useful programs. Once MorphOS 1.5 is released it will make things much easier for programmers.

Hopefully, I have answered your question. :D My artistic skills are pretty good, but I have access to two artists who are going to make my life so much easier when I do start to program huge games or educational titles. Graphics are very important to me, as well as clean coding so nothing crashes. That is one thing I learned while at college - clean code that is checked and checked and checked... You get the idea. :) I really would love to make an adventure game, based around my two cartoon ferrets (Cubby and Pepper). It has to be cute and funny at the same time. The Pegasos platform needs a game that will define it, much like some defined the Amiga platform. Who knows what the future may hold... :)
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Posted by stefkos (212.56.240.36) on 29-Sep-2004 12:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 41 (James Rhodes):
Good luck!
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Posted by Acill (68.101.188.157) on 29-Sep-2004 15:10 GMT
In reply to Comment 42 (stefkos):
You people are harsh. The man is announcing that he wants to make new software titles for the Pegasos is all. Show him some respect. If he went out and said he was giving the A1 100% of his support things would look a lot diffrent I am sure. Just be glas we even have NEW developers moving to our system with the state things have been in.
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Posted by stefkos (212.56.240.36) on 29-Sep-2004 16:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 43 (Acill):
hey i wanted to say him welcome!
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Posted by Coder (202.129.2.4) on 30-Sep-2004 04:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 34 (James Rhodes):
//I'm sure you remember the Fothergill brothers, Aaron and Adam? AMOS Club? I sure do... :)//

I do! :-)

Coder
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