|Posted on 17-Mar-2004 00:58 GMT by I've been had.||86 comments|
I'm pissed. I don't know how else to say it. I willingly participated in the "I Am Amiga" club for the sole purpose of helping Amiga to further AmigaOS, and now I find out that they didn't even OWN AmigaOS when I sent them my money! What right did they have in taking my money under this false pretense? I will never trust anyone in this community again with my money, everyone has turned out to be nothing but liars.
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|Posted by Fabio Alemagna on 18-Mar-2004 14:12 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 70 (samface):|
> Well, it's not that obvious if you ask me. I mean, on one hand AROS has
> contributed source code to the development of certain AmigaOS versions, while on
> the other hand AROS is an AmigaOS alternative that will be competing for the
> AmigaOS users and software developers in the future.
Who cares? When I say "AmigaOS" I don't talk about the specific AmigaOS product sold by Hyperion, I talk about the API and the general way it works.
> Anti-AmigaOS or not, I'm
> really not sure. Hopefully, both will be able to co-exist and benefit from
> each other like they have been in the past and like they do today, but who
> knows what the future will unfold?
To be honest, I don't really care what the future holds for AmigaOS or MOS, I just have fun working on AROS, and that's all I care about.
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