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Re: Does anyone still read this?
Posted on 29-Oct-2014 3:58:36
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V2.3.0

Looks like a few new bits dated last month.

First updates since about a year ago.

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By 2014 Amiga Washington had remained inactive for longer than five years [227], making it ineligible to be revived under Washington state laws.


*shrug*

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Amiga Washington? Too bad I missed that when I was there last year. I wish to be back there at Kalama so if there is anything to check, I might pay a visit.

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Re: Does anyone still read this?
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V2.3.1

FreeAmiga updated again November 12, 2014:

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At the Saku 2014 event in Finland, Cloanto president Mr. Mike Battilana described [228] how the 1997 agreements opened the door and "allowed to build on that license and later slowly acquire some things".


Added documents are at bottom of page.

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updated and version bumped to Amiga Documents 2.4.1

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Massive activity with new chapters and more document links added

Amiga Documents 2.4.3 now

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updated twice again to 2.5.1

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updated again to 2.5.2

Many new documents added.

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@number6

The section related to CEL and CIL bankruptcy proceedings, the various postponements of the decisions, and the eventual winning bid by ESCOM, instead of Commodore UK, deserves some more development.

Additionally, and maybe not really in scope, but interesting regardless, would be a discussion about the different business directions taken by the Commodore-Amiga vs the other Commodore.


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Additionally, and maybe not really in scope, but interesting regardless, would be a discussion about the different business directions taken by the Commodore-Amiga vs the other Commodore


Myself and others have written extensively about what occurred after the bankruptcy.
"other Commodore" from Tulip through Nedfield and the various shell companies beginning with Yeahronimo and ending with Asiarim are extremely heavily documented on AW for anyone interested in reading about them. So is information about the current owners, their lawsuits, their relationships with people here, and their current status in regard to their plans and the plans of their licensees.

The author of freeamiga reads AW and is a member here as well. I just do not think the Commodore-only side of this holds much interest to him.

As to the Commodore-Amiga side, I think there is no shortage of information of the early days of the division on that topic either. Whether he chooses to expand upon that is solely his choice, but again, clearly not his focus atm.

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@number6

Yes and yes, I hear you and your efforts are much appreciated.

But the notion of having all (or as much as possible) written material on the one subject, just in one place, is palatable.

Rather than browsing through various threads and links.

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@Nonefornow

I suspect we'll see some additional coverage of these topics as ART returns after a long absence:

http://www.amiga.org/forums/showthread.php?t=73561

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V2.5.3

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On May 25, 2018, Cloanto filed a response [260] which includes an interesting analysis of several aspects of the 2009 Amiga-Hyperion settlement agreement.


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Amiga Documents 2.5.4


4 new docs annotated and also listed at bottom

Also new from the twitter feed:
https://twitter.com/amigadocuments

courtesy: AmigaDocuments

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@number6

6 call me crazy but dammit I'm finding this interesting reading
Now I'm no lawyer but from what I can muster Hyperion ain't doing to well in these cases

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@klx300r @number6

Esther's filing is quite interesting, being international law the bitch it is.

It's like one of those dark-ironic twists of "days of our lives".





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Yikes!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN7C6q5cs7M

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@number6

I can't make out the second word. "My ??? to Hyperion..."

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My surprise level is zero.

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Amiga32 meeting report

courtesy: AmigaDocuments

https://twitter.com/amigadocuments

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Yikes! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HN7C6q5cs7M

Hmm, I have no idea who the people on the left side are (except the one in the bottom, Ben Hermans maybe? but I'm not sure either)

Who are they?

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