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Back For The Future Popular
Description: Italian site for the Amiga and the new AmigaOne
Last Update: 17-Feb-2003 23:12:22 Hits: 493 Rating: 7.80 (5 votes)
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Amiga-Mediator Group for the users of the Amiga Mediator Popular
Description: Group for Amiga Mediator PCI Expansion Board Users. Hopefully will provide some answers to more of the awkward setup and installation of the Mediator Hardware / Software.

Group has 610 members and active since October 2000
Last Update: 24-Jul-2004 12:08:10 Hits: 647 Rating: 7.50 (4 votes)
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Amiga-Hacks Amiga Hardware Hacks mail Group Popular
Description: Intended for Amiga Hardware Hackers and those
building their own Add-ons. You should find plenty
of help and advice from our experienced users.

Group has 375 members and almost 4000 message archivied. Active since September '99
Last Update: 20-Jul-2004 19:45:43 Hits: 687 Rating: 7.50 (4 votes)
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Amiga Computer Users of Edmonton Popular
Description: AmiCUE usergroup homepage,including meeting agenda. The usergroup is located in Edmonton, Canada.
Last Update: 10-Jan-2004 21:25:11 Hits: 1268 Rating: 7.00 (2 votes)
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Amiga Club Augsburg Popular
Description: A German Amiga Club in Augsburg (near Munich)
Last Update: 30-Oct-2002 12:10:08 Hits: 1263 Rating: 6.67 (3 votes)
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Amiga Auckland Inc. Popular
Description: The web site of Amiga Auckland Inc. based in Auckland New Zealand. General information, heaps of history and step by step instructions with respect to the A1 are available at this website.
Last Update: 8-Sep-2005 12:16:24 Hits: 1205 Rating: 6.67 (3 votes)
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Amiga Users of Calgary (AMUC) Popular
Description: AMUC is a non-profit organization dedicated to Amiga and Amiga compatible computer systems. Monthly general meetings are open to the public with demos, news, door prizes and information.
Last Update: 26-May-2003 16:35:06 Hits: 955 Rating: 6.50 (2 votes)
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Amiga Samba Mail Group Popular
Description: Amiga port of Samba eternet software mail group. Activated August 2000. Group has 300 members and 3500 archived messages about ethernet and internet on Amiga.
Last Update: 20-Jul-2004 11:09:45 Hits: 1066 Rating: 6.50 (2 votes)
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Convergence International Popular
Description: Welcome to Convergence International, the user group for non-Wintel platforms. Convergence International's mission is to promote and provide information on alternative non-Wintel computer platforms, allowing people to make an informed choice about what hardware and operating system is best suited to their requirements. We believe that if a time comes when one single platform is the only one in use the computer industry will suffer. Without competition there is stagnation, and no one platform can hope to be best suited to.....
Last Update: 30-Oct-2002 11:55:25 Hits: 587 Rating: 6.50 (2 votes)
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The Amiga RC5 team Effort Popular
Description: The RSA Secret Key Challenge is about the need for stronger encryption for the Internet to safeguard privacy. To prove this need and to prove that current encryption strengths are insufficient RSA Labs have started a challenge to crack the DES and RC5 algorithms (RC5 in several different strengths) and tied an award of up to US $10,000 to each key found.
Last Update: 30-Oct-2002 11:54:30 Hits: 547 Rating: 6.00 (2 votes)
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