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MISCELLANEOUS SOFTWARE
Misc Software. Not specifically for the Amiga

  (Im)Patient Amigas
  Author: Robert Du Gaue and Harv Laser   Date Verified:
  The fifth annual AmiWest Amiga computer show was held in July. Each year the Amiga faithful gather to discuss the future of their beloved computer and discuss the old days when their computers were eons ahead of the competition. However, the last new Amiga model, the 1200, shipped in 1993 and the brand has unfortunately taken on the image of a vintage, or cult platform, due mostly to the lack of new machines. While there are still Amiga dealers who sell and support the platform, significant new software titles, outside of the public domain/shareware area, are few and far between. Glossy Amiga magazines have all but vanished, except in Europe. The Amiga platform is not dead, it's just sort of hibernating.
     
 
  3D Italia
  Author: Leo   Date Verified:
  AmigaOne: l'Amiga è di nuovo tra noi. (Article in Italian)
     
 
  A Closer Look at the New Amiga Systems
  Author: Mike Bouma   Date Verified:
  This article includes many exclusive pictures, 5 new AmigaOS4 screenshots and some exclusive AmigaOS4 information. Within the first section of this article I will try to give some relevant background information about the history of new Amiga products. Then sections will follow regarding the new PowerPC based Amiga hardware platform, the new AmigaOS4, how users can contribute and finally I will write about the potential niche markets for new Amiga systems.
     
 
  A Nudge In The Right Direction
  Author: John Chandler   Date Verified:
  Real Soon Now is a phrase that frequently takes on a whole new dimension in the Amiga community. Those three words conjure up the Curse of Commodore to many, striking away at every chance of the Amiga to make a triumphant return. Real Soon Now has been the cry of many projects over the years, projects that have claimed to continue the evolution of the Amiga in some shape or form: Walker, InsideOut, BoXeR, A/Box, Pre/Box, Pios One, Amiga MCC. So I guess it's hard for some to accept the fact that the Amiga community has a genuine Real Soon Now heading... well, heading real soon.
     
 
  Amiga Anywhere And Amiga Content To Ship On The New Z100 Smartphone From Sendo
  Author: www.wirelesssoftware.info   Date Verified:
  Amiga, Inc. and Sendo announced that Amiga Anywhere and Amiga Anywhere content will be shipped with, and extended content made available for the Sendo multimedia Z100 Smartphone. The applications are being developed by the highly talented Amiga Development Community and range from well-known games to messaging services and business applications from Amiga´s impressive catalogue and its long standing position as a pioneer in multimedia development.
     
 
  Amiga Anywhere Entertainment Pack
  Author: Andrew Hawn   Date Verified:
  Amiga Anywhere Entertainment Pack on Tech TV
     
 
  Amiga Anywhere Entertainment Pack #1 (Review)
  Author: Neil J. Rubenking   Date Verified:
  Back when the IBM PC was mostly used in text mode, the Amiga A1000 blazed with 4,096 colors and stereo sound. This package brings four Amiga-style games to your Pocket PC or phone, including Solitaire, Gobbler, Convex, and an elaborate outer-space shoot-'em-up called Planet Zed. But don't expect your PDA to be as thumb-friendly as a Nintendo Game Boy.
     
 
  Amiga Anywhere on the Sendo
  Author: Thomas   Date Verified:
  Sendo and Amiga Anywhere have announced that the Sendo Z100 Smartphone will come equipped with Amiga Anyhwhere, and that plenty of content is on the way. The Amiga Anywhere runtime software will be included with the phone's MS Smartphone 2002 OS, and content will be downloadable or purchaseable on SD cards.
     
 
  Amiga content on the Sendo Z100
  Author: Jorgen Sundgot   Date Verified:
  Amiga Anywhere and content for the engine will ship with the new Sendo Z100 Smartphone 2002; applications will include everything from games to messaging and business applications.
     
 
  Amiga Indexes of Magazines
  Author: Joachim Froholt   Date Verified:
  The AIM Project (Amiga Indexes of Magazines) is here to provide an index of Amiga magazines so you'll know which magazine to find a specific review/preview/feature/etc in. This is especially helpful if you have a stack of old magazines and you need to find that elusive feature without reading through every one of your magazines in turn. The indexes are not supposed to be a database of information, just indexes, and as you'll see, we are still missing a lot of issues - can you help us with any of these? Hey, all of us have issues, right? :) ACE Magazine Index, Amiga Computing Index (plain), Amiga Computing Index (html, with tables), Amiga Computing missing issues, Amiga Force Index (plain), Amiga Format Games Index, Amiga Format Serious Index, Amiga Power Games Index, Amiga Power PD Index, Amiga User, International Index (plain), Amiga User International Index (html, with tables), Amiga User Int. missing issues, CU-Amiga Index (plain), CU-Amiga Index (html, with tables), CU-Amiga Missing issues, The One Amiga Index (plain), The One Amiga Index (html, with tables), The One Amiga missing issues and Zero Index
     
 
  Amiga is pursuing its digital dream
  Author: Seattle Times   Date Verified:
  Seattle Times interview with Bill McEwen. Dated April 29, 2002
     
 
  Amiga Mia
  Author: Juha Saarinen   Date Verified:
  Q: I've been hearing that the beloved computer of my youth, the Commodore Amiga, is making a comeback. Seems like these rumors have made the rounds before. Any reason I should get my hopes up this time? The Amiga is, indeed, rising phoenix-like from the ashes of computer history, though you can forget about the "Commodore" half of the equation.
     
 
  Amiga Report International Online Magazine
  Author: Jason Compton   Date Verified:
  An OLD catalog of AmigaReports from 1993-1996
     
 
  Amiga revs OS, wins more phone blessings
  Author: Andrew Orlowski   Date Verified:
  The rejuvenated Amiga company, Amiga Inc., this week released the a feature list for the latest version of its OS, bringing support for the recent hardware to the platform. AmigaOS4 - it's alloneword, you see - is being developed on old 68000-based Commodore Amiga 4000s (running PPC cards), but it's a transitional release that already runs on the nominated platform of the future: PowerPC. The shell, the GUI and the TCP/IP stack are already native PPC code.
     
 
  Amiga's Grand Plans Revealed
  Author: Jim Louderback   Date Verified:
  11 Nov 2002 - With stories about the new Amiga shipping spreading across the web, including here on ExtremeTech, I thought it would be worthwhile to sit down and talk about these, and other developments with Bill McEwen, the CEO and President of Amiga, Inc. McEwen is a long-time computer industry veteran, but his past stretches beyond the PC industry. In the nineties, Bill ran sales and marketing at database vendor GenSoft, and then worked at ConnectSoft, ending up as business unit director for Internet related applications. ConnectSoft produced the popular product Email Connection, one of the first cross-vendor email clients, and Kid-Mail Connection – a version designed for children.
     
 
  Amiga: Live Another Day
  Author: Olin Wread   Date Verified:
  (Editor's Note: This is our latest installment of our ongoing series of opinion and technical articles from our readers. In this story, Olin Wread gives us the history of one of the computing industry's GUI pioneers) Amiga History
     
 
  Amiga: The A-Expo Review
  Author: Nicholas Blachford   Date Verified:
  I haven't been in the Amiga scene for quite some years now as I have long since left for the shores of planet BeOS. However I recently had the chance to re-enter the Amiga World at an Amiga show in the South-East of France when I went to meet a potential employer - after being "discovered" on OSNews! You'd think that a computer which hasn't shipped in years would have a small dwindling community. If you thought that well, you'd be wrong. This show dwarfs the BeOS BeGeistert shows I go to in Germany. Yet, Begeistert is for all of Europe and held every 6 months, this was just one French Amiga show and they are held around Europe nearly every week.
     
 
  Amiga: The Computer That Wouldn't Die
  Author: Paul Wallich   Date Verified:
  The IEEE spectrum article on the Amiga. Professional publication doing a pofessional article!!
     
 
  AmigaAnywhere Tutorial - Part 1
  Author: Nicolas Mendoza   Date Verified:
  Ok, first off, there are several reasons why I'm writing this. Firstly because I've missed something like this myself, secondly I know a lot of you guys want to code for AmigaAnywhere but haven't because you think it's difficult getting started programming for AmigaAnywhere. Maybe because you haven't programmed before. Maybe you're too lazy to read a lot of documents just to get started. Look for Part 2!
     
 
  AmigaRulez interview with Gunne Steen (GGS-Data)
  Author: Johan "Graak" Forsberg   Date Verified:
  AmigaRulez interview with Gunne Steen (GGS-Data) by Johan "Graak" Forsberg.
     
 
  An Octet of Operating Systems
  Author: Bill Nicholls   Date Verified:
  With all the publicity that Windows and Linux get, you may be forgiven for not being aware of a number of other operating systems. Yet there are many other choices that I find interesting and as useful alternatives.
     
 
  Andy Warhol Interview
  Author: AmigaWorld Magazine   Date Verified:
  The thing that I like most about doing this kind of art on the Amiga is that it looks like my work. - Long term Amiga users will remember the unveiling of the Commodore A1000 on July 23rd 1985 at the New York Lincoln Centre. As part of the demonstration of the Amigas ability Commodore invited Andy Warhol to create a portrait of Debbie Harry, lead singer of Blondie using Island Graphics Graphicraft. This was accompanied by a full score synthesised by Roger Powell and Mike Boom, author of Musicraft.
     
 
  Apple takes bow for another Emmy
  Author: Ian Fried   Date Verified:
  Apple Computer has scooped up a second Emmy, this time for its Final Cut Pro video-editing software.
     
 
  Class of X
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Rant:Community Take Control "It was the best of times, it was the blerst of times......" (Another take on what should happen)
     
 
  Classic AmigaOS Emulation - A Guide for WinUAE
  Author: Mike Bouma   Date Verified:
  As Amiga Inc is about to re-enter the computer arena with new AmigaOS4 powered desktop systems as well as with 3rd party embedded products utilizing AmigaDE technology pre-installed, there are a growing number of people who wonder what an advanced classic AmigaOS currently offers. This was an important reason for me to write a simple to understand WinUAE tutorial, so this would hopefully help interested people with setting up a fun and easy to use emulated AmigaOS environment on widely available mainstream Windows computers. This article also includes many WinUAE screenshots and information on acquiring and using freely available software.
     
 
  Classic Computer Magazines Archive
  Author: CCMA   Date Verified:
  An OUTSTANDING site containing 88 issues of Antic, 42 issues of Start and 35 issues of Creative Computing!
     
 
  Dear Amiga Inc., Could I Make a Few Suggestions?
  Author: Roger M   Date Verified:
  I have watched the progress of the "new Amiga" (OS and hardware) over the past couple of years. Given the past history of Amiga, I am happy to see that the company has been taken over by true fans of the Amiga OS, who have a workable vision. In general, I think you came up with a good overall strategy: editorial notice: All opinions are those of the author and not necessarily those of osnews.com
     
 
  Elbox Amiga authors "twisted and untrue"
  Author: Harta Glass   Date Verified:
  A TOTALLY REMARKABLE ARTICLE on the Elbox site criticises end users and maybe competitors for spreading "twisted and untrue information" on it and its products. Aspersions are cast round, truly as numerous as pine needles falling off a Christmas Tree four days after the crackers have been pulled.
     
 
  Expecting
  Author: John Chandler   Date Verified:
  I was hoping to have more information to discuss this month, and possibly even an AmigaOne to play with, but best laid plans and all that. The situation at the moment is tantalisingly close to what Amiga users have been eagerly anticipating this year. The AmigaDE is making it to computer stores in North America and soon the rest of the world, the AmigaOne and AmigaOS 4 are due shortly, as are the Pegasos and MorphOS.
     
 
  ExtremeTech (Amiga in the news)
  Author: Mark Hachman   Date Verified:
  Update: Amiga Hardware Finally Shipping. If you're in the market for an Amiga box, today is a day for celebration. If you'd like an Amiga operating system to go with it, then perhaps you'd better leave the champagne on ice.
     
 
  GameOver Game Reviews (Amiga Anywhere)
  Author: Fwiffo   Date Verified:
  The name Amiga in this day and age probably has less of a hold on youthful gamers than it had back in the days of Atari. Back then, Amiga represented one of the elite platforms for gaming. That is, until people figured out the PC could do a little more than crunching numbers and replacing the typewriter. Even then, the Amiga was always known for its artistic prowess both in the audio and visual departments. Vis-à-vis the use and composition of soundtracks, the Amiga had a je ne sais quoi that many people, including me, found appealing.
     
 
  GetBoinged Interviews Zeoneo and reviews Crossword Evolution
  Author: GetBoinged   Date Verified:
  Tonight on GetBoinged Game News we review an exciting up and coming game called "Crossword Evolution" from Zeoneo and take a few moments to interview Matthew Kille and Milan Pollé. This is one review you don't want to miss! Now for a brief advertisement from our Amiga Anywhere developer. Welcome back, our first spot tonight is with the founder of Zeoneo, the man himself, Matthew Kille.
     
 
  HWCONNECT (Amiga in the news)
  Author: Cobra   Date Verified:
  Amiga hardware finally shipping. If you're in the market for an Amiga box, today is a day for celebration. If you'd like an Amiga operating system to go with it, then perhaps you'd better leave the champagne on ice. EyeTech Group Ltd., which announced the commercial availability of the AmigaOne in March, announced the rerelease and update of the AmigaOne after the company's developers discovered problems in the company's custom chipset. Although the company now offers systems based upon the PowerPC 7451 processor used in the Apple Macintosh, systems still won't be available until "just before Christmas", the U.K.-based firm said.
     
 
  I Spoke With Bill McEwen Tonight..
  Author: Corinna Cohn   Date Verified:
  Friday, Jan 5, 2001. First off, I would like to thank Bill for spending his time answering my questions. I realize that very few CEO's would make themselves available to their customers, and I he deserves recognition for doing so. After reading the "I Bought a" thread and seeing all the rumours that were being discussed, I thought that it would be useful to the MooBunny community to have these rumours cleared up, at least as much as possible. To achieve this I decided to call Bill McEwen this evening and ask him directly. Following are questions that I asked, paraphrased responses, and some of my impressions and opinions.
     
 
  IBM unveils Linux-based PDA reference design
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  IBM unveiled an open standards based Linux/Java PDA reference design at LinuxWorld in New York this week. Based on the IBM PowerPC 405LP embedded processor, the reference design, dubbed the "embedded Linux application platform" (e-LAP), is intended to jump-start PDA manufacturers, who can use the design as is, or can modify it to meet their own PDA, electronic book, or "personal media device" requirements.
     
 
  Interview with Olaf Barthel
  Author: pods   Date Verified:
  6000+ words. WOW!! Dated 10 June 2002
     
 
  Interview with Urban Müller
  Author: Petra Struck   Date Verified:
  As we had to report in early January, the Aminet series of CDs was cancelled. So Aminet CD #52 will be the last one put together. This turn of events compelled us to ask a few questions of Urban Müller, the person who does the CDs and is also an Aminet administrator.
     
 
  Interview with Urban Müller
  Author: Petra Struck   Date Verified:
  As we had to report in early January, the Aminet series of CDs was cancelled. So Aminet CD #52 will be the last one put together. This turn of events compelled us to ask a few questions of Urban Müller, the person who does the CDs and is also an Aminet administrator.
     
 
  Java for the Amiga
  Author: Udo Schuermann   Date Verified:
  Java will run on an Amiga? Yes, Java will run on the Amiga. There are some serious limitations at this time, but if you read on, you'll find out all you'll need to know to get Java up and running on your Amiga. If you are new to Java and don't know much about it, you might like to find out more about Java. In short, Java is a modern, object-oriented programming language that is most often compiled into Java Byte Code so that it can be interpreted on Java Virtual Machines, which in turn are programs that run on most computers.
     
 
  Jay Miner Interview
  Author: n/a   Date Verified:
  Jay Miner Interview Pasadena, September 1992.
     
 
  Jim Sachs Interviewed!!!
  Author: GetBoinged   Date Verified:
  The fabulous artist, Jim Sachs, takes time from his very busy schedule to be interviewed by GetBoinged.
     
 
  Jurassic Pack
  Author: Jurassic Pack   Date Verified:
  Welcome To JP Online, The Website Of Jurassic Pack - The Lost Diskmag. JP is a grammalogue/shortening for "Jurassic Pack" which is the name of our computer scene related magazine, a so-called diskmag, for the Amiga computer. (It is no pack nowadays - although its name indicates the idea - but still 100% a diskmag!) If that does not interest you, you should not stop reading this homepage though! You might find some interesting things for you like graphics and musics for example.
     
 
  Linux in the palm of your hand - Zaurus SL-5500
  Author: Gary Krakow   Date Verified:
  Sharp has been making PDAs for years. Heck, my first handheld was a Sharp Wizard in the early ’90s. Recently, Sharp has nixed jumping on the Palm or Pocket PC bandwagons — opting for their own, proprietary operating system. But now, with their Zaurus SL-5500 they’ve decided to switch their handhelds to Linux.
     
 
  Microsoft Smartphone deals out a pack of games
  Author: ZDNet   Date Verified:
  ..Sendo said it has licenced technology to bring Amiga Anywhere games to the platform (Z100). The Java-based Intent platform from Tao Group supports Amiga games as well as games designed for the Java Mobile Information Device Profile..
     
 
  News on AmigaDE
  Author: Mike Bouma   Date Verified:
  Amiga's CEO has posted his latest executive update in which Bill writes about the progress being made. Also included are videos of AmigaDE software running binary identical on various devices. For instance the Compaq iPAQ and Sharp Collie. Also Luca Diana recently visited the Amiga's headquarters and made a little report with pictures for us to enjoy, included is a picture of a PDA by Casio running the AmigaDE.
     
 
  OS 4.0 Features list (Non -PDF)
  Author: RYU   Date Verified:
  This is a conversion of the original PDF document which has since been converted to an even better HTML conversion than mine. The orignal version can be found here on the Amiga Inc's website. Could you please follow that link to the original as Amiga Inc are using the hits they get as a way of gauging interest. All copyrights belong to their respective owners, if you wish to get in contact with me you can Email me.
     
 
  PLANET-E
  Author: Planet-E   Date Verified:
  Old outdated online Amiga magazine.
     
 
  Review - Lite-On 40x12x48 CD-ReWriter
  Author: SWAUG   Date Verified:
  After many years the CD-ReWriter has become a standard piece of kit. It is a useful tool as it lets you backup audio CD's and CD-ROM's. Likewise if you wish to backup sections of your hard drive, a twenty five pence blank CD will hold 650Mb of your precious data. If you fancy creating a CD compilation of your favourite audio tracks then you will need a CD-ReWriter to do so.
     
 
  Small Q&A about Quake2 for the Amiga.
  Author: M.Andersson (Azine)   Date Verified:
  Small Q&A about Quake2 for the Amiga. Questions asked by M.Andersson (Azine). Answers by Hans-Joerg Frieden (Hyperion) dated Dec 10th 2002
     
 
  THE AMIGA 4000
  Author: Eddy Carroll   Date Verified:
  THE AMIGA 4000. by Eddy Carroll, October 1992. In September 1991 at the European Developers Conference in Milan, developers were treated to a first look at the new Amiga graphics shipset, then known as the AA Chipset (AA standing for Advanced Amiga). Now, just over a year later, the first machines featuring that new chipset have arrived: the Amiga 1200 (see elsewhere) and Amiga 4000.
     
 
  The Amiga refuses to die - PC WORLD
  Author: Juha Saarinen   Date Verified:
  2 Sept 2002 - Let us peer through the swirling mists of time back to the Amiga, that gloriously unserious machine that started the Golden Era of personal computing.
     
 
  The Crypt
  Author: Webmaster   Date Verified:
  Long running Amiga related computer magazine. Various articles and interviews.
     
 
  The DraCo - 'Kissing Cousin', or 'Black Sheep' of the Amiga Family?
  Author: Steve Bowie - AUI-TechnoWorld Magazine   Date Verified:
  An Interview with Macro Systems GmbH General Manager, Jorg Sprave. In the many travails of the faithful Amigans, perhaps the current situation is the zenith of confusion. No less than a handful of pretenders to the throne are promising bigger, better, faster...who to believe? Will any of them actually bring a new 'Amiga' to market? Will the real Amiga please stand up?
     
 
  The Geek Gadgets Project Documentation
  Author: Steffen Opel   Date Verified:
  Geek Gadgets. The Geek Gadgets Project Documentation. Edition 0.10, last updated 04 October 2000. Generated on 18 December 2000 by various authors, maintained by Steffen Opel, opel@geekgadgets.org. This is a beta Edition still under development; please send comments, contributions, corrections or suggestions to the above address. Because of the hard work from a number of members of the AmigaOS and BeOS communities, we now have a large body of development tools that have been ported to these operating systems and are available in both source and binary form. We will refer to this software set as Geek Gadgets.
     
 
  The Light At The End Of The Tunnel
  Author: John Chandler   Date Verified:
  One thing that anyone still using an Amiga has gained over the years is a sense of patience. No matter how tough things get, no matter how much the situation ups and downs, most Amiga users will remain fairly patient in the face of frustrations that would have owners of other platforms cursing and wailing. Yes we do get moments of despair, yes sometimes it does look bleak and you can be forgiven for losing the optimism and thick-skins built up in the post-Commodore years... but then things come along and suddenly everything looks bright again.
     
 
  The Secret in Hanger AE
  Author: Bob Castro   Date Verified:
  "So the next time you see a space shuttle launch, you can tell your friends which personal computer is rated for mission-critical use in the United States space program." For more than a dozen years, Amiga computers have been hard at work at Cape Canaveral's Hanger AE supporting the launches of every American spacecraft including the space shuttle. (with pictures)
     
 
  The Wally Dug articles
  Author: Wally Dug   Date Verified:
  The Wally Dug articles were written over a period of approximately 18 months for the computer magazine JAM. Generally speaking, there were two types of articles written. Initially, the one-off Guide was written, but towards the end, a special series of articles, Hard Cases, came to the fore. The lists that follow are ordered by date written rather than publication date and will be published at fortnightly intervals.
     
 
  Turn The Page
  Author: John Chandler   Date Verified:
  I spent some time recently searching for Amiga books to complement this editorial. Back in the Amiga's "golden era" finding books and magazines on the platform was a fairly easy task, though you'd be forgiven for thinking that all Amiga magazines concentrated on games to the detriment of the creative opportunities the platform offered like video, music, desktop publishing or programming.
     
 
  Vaporware '99: The 'Winners'
  Author: Vaporware Team   Date Verified:
  The last year of the last decade before 2000 has come and gone, but the Vaporware 1999 "winners" are still a dream to some, and a nightmare to others. Thanks to your enthusiastic email contributions, we've compiled the Bottom 10 list of products that, despite much hype and many promises, have not yet come to pass. (Amiga was #2)
     
 
  Vaporware 2002: Tech up in Smoke?
  Author: Vaporware Team   Date Verified:
  As 2002 ends, there is a lot of unfinished business in various corners of the tech world. We are referring, of course, to vaporware: hot, must-have products promised but never delivered. Wired News put out a call to readers for the technological wonders they most looked forward to in 2002 but never saw because developers delayed release or, in some cases, abandoned them altogether. Then we tabulated nominations and selected the top 10 -- or should we say bottom 10? -- most-waited-for-in-vain products. (Amiga is #9)
     
 
  Various Amiga Magazine Index
  Author: Young Monkey   Date Verified:
  Nicely done index page for reviews and articles on varios Amiga related magazines. NewTekniques, newtekpro, Video Toaster User, AC's Tech, Amazing Computing (US&UK) Amiga Domaine Public (France), Amiga Info, Amiga Informer, Amiga News (France), Amiga Survivor, Amiga World, Amiga World tech Journal, CU Amiga and Scientifican Amigan and several other magazines,
     
 
  What's The Intent?
  Author: John Chandler   Date Verified:
  Amiga's technology partner Tao Group released the latest version of their intent ADK (Application Development Kit) recently. Intent is the core of the new AmigaDE, providing a lightweight, efficient multimedia layer that supports platform independent binaries. Tao's intent, and therefore the AmigaDE, run hosted on a variety of other OSs, providing a wide market and excellent compatibility.
     
 
  Windows XP Shows the Direction Microsoft is Going
  Author: Michael Jennings, Futurepower   Date Verified:
  You have a right to know. You have a right to all the information you need to make an informed choice about any product you buy. The author wrote this article because of the need to give his customers fundamental information about the direction Microsoft wants to take them. Few people have the technical background to understand fully the advantages and disadvantages of software as complex as an operating system. Without fundamental information, it is difficult for non-professionals to understand the advice of professionals.
     
 
  World of Amiga
  Author: John Chandler   Date Verified:
  It's been a while since I last attended a World of Amiga show. Back in 1999, Gateway were owners of the Amiga and we were in the aftermath of the whole QNX/Linux fiasco when the Amiga Inc. of the time had ditched kernel partner QSSL in favour of Linux. The show then had been huge, spanning a couple of levels in a hotel conference centre. A lot has changed in the last three years, and the WoA of today consisted of a modest hall and the obligatory bar/presentation room.
     
 
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