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Events   Finnish Amiga Users Group's Saku 2019 Event on September 28th
  Events posted by jPV on 17-Sep-2019 17:34:43 (169 reads)
Finnish Amiga Users Group holds its 12th Saku event in Oulu, Finland on Saturday, September 28th.

The event will feature many classic Amiga computers from A500 to A4000, FPGA setups like Minimig and Vampire, and next generation systems from MorphOS machines to AmigaOne X5000 with OS4.

There will be a demoshow on a big screen, several game competitions with prizes, and a presentation about the IBrowse 2.5 browser. One lucky visitor will also win a free copy of IBrowse. The latest Amiga Future magazines are available for reading, as well as older magazines from all decades.

Read more...
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software OS4   GL4ES SDK Released
  software OS4 posted by kas1e on 11-Sep-2019 19:21:31 (1443 reads)
GL4ES SDK for AmigaOS4

=== What is GL4ES

GL4ES is an OpenGL 2.1/1.5 to GL ES 2.0/1.1 translation library, with support for Pandora, ODroid, OrangePI, CHIP, Raspberry PI, Android and AmigaOS4.



For AmigaOS4 translation done via ogles2.library (written by Daniel "Daytona" Mubener), and which in turn works on top of warp3dnova.library (written by Hans de Ruiter).







click "read more" for more info
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News   Amiga Future Webpage 20 years relaunch
  News posted by AndreasM on 9-Sep-2019 14:02:44 (200 reads)
On 09.09.99 the Amiga Future webpage went online for the first time.
At that time, the webpage barely had content and only a few visitors daily.

Meanwhile, the Amiga Future Webpage has become one of the biggest websites for the Amiga.

In addition to thousands of games and user downloads (including hundreds of commercial titles), the Amiga Future webpage is home to one of the largest cheats collections for the Amiga.

But also several thousand reviews, previews and other articles about the Amiga you can read for free on the Amiga Future webpage.

Many sold-out Amiga Future issues are also available on the webpage for free.

Of course you are always up to date with the news and calender about the Amiga.

The news section is currently being expanded.

We are looking for helpers the news and other areas of the homepage.
If anyone wants to help, please write us.

After 20 years the time has come and we have reworked the complete Amiga Future webpage.

Of course, some mistakes may have crept in. If you discover any, please let us know.

Unfortunately, the passwords of the accounts could not be transferred to the new page by all users.
If you receive an error when logging in, please request a new password from the webpage.

Have fun with the new homepage of the Amiga Future.

https://www.amigafuture.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de
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software Classic   Amiga Kit Acquires AK-Datatypes
  software Classic posted by amigakit on 7-Sep-2019 11:52:45 (2584 reads)

Cardiff, 7th September, 2019

AmigaKit Ltd is pleased to confirm that it has concluded an agreement with Andreas Kleinert to acquire the “AK-Datatypes” package.

AK-Datatypes is a collection of graphics datatype software for the Commodore-Amiga computer covering formats such as PNG, GIF, JPEG and TIFF.


Commodore included a narrow scope of image format datatypes within the operating system software as standard. Users demanded greater levels of compatibility with modern image formats and third party developers such as Andreas met that request. He first published the datatype package in 1996 and due to it's popularity it continued to be developed and upgraded for over a decade after release.

Each datatype is supplied with it's own Preferences utility to configure the image rendering settings. They were also supplied with CPU optimised versions from the 68000 through to the 68060.

Amiga Kit is pleased to commit to maintaining and developing software in-house. With this acquisition development of the datatypes will be now continue. It is planned that updated versions will be supplied as a separate software package for a nominal fee and additionally bundled with selected products.

Matthew Leaman, Managing Director of AmigaKit Ltd said: “We are delighted to add AK-Datatypes to our software inventory and invest in continued development of the package. It will benefit and enhance both our present and future software projects that we are working on.”

Andreas Kleinert said: “I was very excited when Matthew approached me and described his vision with regards to further support the Amiga platform. The agreement which we concluded makes me confident that he and his team will be able successfully continue from where I had to stop due general lack of time and ability to further commit to the platform on my own."

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software OS4   ZitaFTP Server (Pre-release) is Released and Available
  software OS4 posted by Hans on 5-Sep-2019 22:28:03 (424 reads)
Kea Sigma Delta is proud to announce that ZitaFTP Server is finally here!

ZitaFTP Server is a fast and secure file server. Use it to securely transfer files between your machines/devices using the FTP and/or FTPS protocols. It supports multiple simultaneous file transfers (for faster transfers of multiple files).

You can download, try & buy Zita FTP Server for AmigaOS 4.x now.

Click here for more.

NOTE: This is a pre-release, so it still has rough edges and missing features. You'll receive free updates as it's polished up and the features are added.
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News   Amiga Future monthly News August 2019
  News posted by AndreasM on 2-Sep-2019 15:43:07 (577 reads)
4.8.2019
********
RESHOOT R Mouse pad now available

Übersee, August 4, 2019

The official RESHOOT R mouse pad is now available in the APC&TCP online shop at the URL https://www.amigashop.org

Actually, the mousepad should not be released until the Amiga 34 in Neuss.
But as several users have asked again and again, we have decided to publish the mouse pad already now.

We hope you like the mouse pad.
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News   New articles on Obligement
  News posted by Daff on 1-Sep-2019 9:02:41 (378 reads)
The following articles have been added to the website of the french Amiga magazine Obligement (http://obligement.free.fr) during the last two months:

- July/August 2019 news.
- Old articles from Joystick Hedbo 1 to 15 : News: news from Psygnosis for 1989, Review of California Games, Review of Spitting Images, News: Paul Cuisset, the rise of a genius coder, Review of Gone Fish'n, Review of Falcon, News: Infogrames, a big world futur, News: Muriel Tramis parle d'Emmanuelle, etc.
- Olf articles from Amiga Special Environnement : Video environment of the Amiga, 2D software on Amiga, 3D software on Amiga, Audio creation on Amiga, Office on Amiga,
- Interview with Richard Cheek (developer of Sleepwalker).
- Interview with Jamie Woodhouse (developper of Nitro and Qwak).
- Interview with David Broadhurst (developper of Assassin and Bubble Bobble).
- Review of SimCoupé 1.2.
- Review of JetHunt.
- Review of The Master Virus Killer 2.1.
- File: History of data compression in Japan.
- File: The Bitmap Brothers.
- File: MorphOS Directory Assignments.
- File: History of the World Of Commodore show.
- Special quizz about the Access.

Rendez-vous on http://obligement.free.fr for this nice reading.
Feel free to contribute. Please contact David "Daff" Brunet for more info.
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  Kickstarter: 8 bit Symphony Pro - The Double Orchestral CD (8 days left)
  Miscellaneous News posted by _Steve_ on 31-Aug-2019 1:05:23 (520 reads)

Following on from a very successful concert in Hull back in June, Chris Abbott has launched a kickstarter to have several classic C64 SIDs that were professionally scored for the Hull Concert to be performed and professionally recorded by the Czech Studio Orchestra in Prague.

Many notable C64 musicians works were painstakingly adapted and scored to be played by an 85 piece orchestra including songs by Ben Daglish, Rob Hubbard and Richard Joseph.

Rob Hubbard has been heavily involved in the scoring of the songs along with Robin Tait and Alastair Pickering.

An interview with Rob Hubbard can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5l9B0cWwHY&feature=youtu.be

Read more...
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Software News   IBrowse 2.5 Released
  Software News posted by Jax on 30-Aug-2019 20:03:08 (3420 reads)
Oliver Roberts and the IBrowse Team are pleased to announce the immediate release of IBrowse 2.5 for AmigaOS 3.x and 4.x. After many years in the making, development has been on a roller coaster since IBrowse 2.4, with challenging personal, technical and commercial issues complicating the release schedule. However, we are extremely happy to finally make this new version available to all the valued users who have been waiting so patiently.

IBrowse 2.5 fixes many bugs, making it the most stable and fastest version yet, but more importantly brings modern SSL/TLS support and a fully native AmigaOS 4.x build. Below is a very brief summary of the key changes since version 2.4:

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News   Amiga Future issue 140 released
  News posted by AndreasM on 30-Aug-2019 14:11:35 (318 reads)
The English and German issue 140 (September/October 2019) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Mag Content:

Review AmigaOS 3.1.4 Update
Review Skill Grid
Special XCopy

and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectable copy ordered today

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine hompepage.

Information: http://www.amigafuture.de/kb.php?mode=cat&cat=13
Orders: http://www.amigashop.org
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