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tlosm 
Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
Posted on 24-Oct-2014 6:23:08
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@marko

watching the photos we can understand that we "amigans" are all young inside guys .

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This year are there any video streaming link ?

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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@samo79
Here some information

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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This year are there any video streaming link ?


Funny you should mention that. I was just checking the site for show schedule, which is usually posted a few times with updates/changes in the weeks before AmiWest.
So far I don't see anything.

But for now you can still refer to the basic broadcast page:

http://www.amiwest.net/broadcast/index.html

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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Ah thank you guys

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On the Amtrak train to Sacramento from San Francisco, the Capitol Corridor. Not much longer now. :)

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keep us posted from there Mike

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When and where can I watch the speeches from A-eon - Trevor Dickson and Hyperion Steven Solie?

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@Fairdinkem

I believe this happens on Saturday Sacramento time, when the AmiWest 2014 show officially kicks off. I believe you can follow along on the live stream to be provided, but not expected to be up and running until tomorrow. There is a lot of setup activity happening this evening to get everything ready, and more tomorrow morning no doubt, including myself!

@all

I have now posted blog entries covering the photos and happenings across the Programming Seminar Days 1 and 2 (Thursday and Friday) on my blog.

Update: I also added the Classic Clinic and X5000 first fire up done on Friday evening.

This is my first time to travel to AmiWest this year, and it is so exciting to have so many Amiga's covering all flavours here this year to look at up close, including the new X5000.

In addition to exhibiting this year, I am also doing a presentation on Saturday about running AmigaOS4.1 Classic on WinUAE Beta 20 - running using Windows 7 Pro on my MacBook Pro (late 2013) laptop.

Links and photos are here:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/amiwest-2014-programming-seminar-day-1.html

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/amiwest-2014-programmers-seminar-day-2.html

Update: added new blog post covering friday night

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com/2014/10/amiwest-2014-friday-night-classic.html



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Last edited by Epsilon on 25-Oct-2014 at 09:01 AM.
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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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@thread

lets hope this time we see some stylish Amigas rather than big box monstrosities of yesteryear showing something substantial than Workbench and some demos/avis.

Real progress would be seeing: new cheap hardware under 500 USD.

Software development suits for apps and games with easy cross compile for iphone/android

Office suite

Increase in Hyperion staff and what they working on that not been announced already.

New features of AmigaOS that blows away the competition.

Intensives for developers to make money on Amiga platform.

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Re: AmiWest - October 24-26, 2014
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@Epsilon

But Cyrus was running?

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@epsilon

Thanks again for your blog-posts


@thread

I want more news, come on folks!!
I want more stuff, please bombard us with pics, news, comments, rumours, links, feeds and such

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@marko

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I want more news, come on folks!!
I want more stuff, please bombard us with pics, news, comments, rumours, links, feeds and such



Absolutely how I feel bring on the speeches

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But Cyrus was running?

A-EON posted photos of an X5000 running the Composite3DDemo at AmiWest a few hours ago. So, that's a definite yes.

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@marko

I'm hoping Timberwolf is a surprise reveal this year but I am not holding my breath.

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@Fairdinkem

i m hoping too :)

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@kyle

Yes, Cyrus was running on friday evening. Please see my updated blog post tonight covering that. (link shown in the post I did above that I updated), and here also:

http://amigax1000.blogspot.com/2014/10/amiwest-2014-friday-night-classic.html



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@thread

Thanks guys for the infos

@Epsilon

Awesome!! Thank you very much for the X5000 blog-post

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@Epsilon

Thanks for the informative blog :)

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@Epsilon

The early start menu is a nice addition. I remeber getting dissed by a closed minded individual on the original AmigaOne mailing list for suggesting that it would be a nice touch.
Having the BIOS on the MicroSD gives a lot of freedom in terms of space so you can do a lot more things.

I'm guessing the classic option is to boot straight into UAE with the emulation essentially hidden from the user like with Amithlon or the Amiga Forever live boot.

Looking forward to seeing more.

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