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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 19-Jul-2019 13:15:25
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@number6

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Although referred to as a "design mark" and not a "trademark", it is clearly listed as one of the "Amiga Marks".


Perhaps 'design' because whilst the trademark status may well have expired, the copyright of the original logo design would still rest with the rights owner. ('m not commenting on how enforcable that copyright might be, only that it would still exist where the trade mark had expired).

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 19-Jul-2019 13:24:52
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@broadblues

I'm not stating anything other than the obvious.
People have used the design mark over the years. Fine.

But stating it is now being used under license does mean something.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 20-Jul-2019 5:33:48
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@number6

Yes, thank you.

Btw - http://aminet.net/docs/misc/Amiga-Trademarks.pdf

Last edited by kolla on 20-Jul-2019 at 11:08 AM.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
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@kolla

Heh. Don't forget the actual list from the people charged with exploring the sale of the assets.
A somewhat longer list:

Source

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 20-Jul-2019 14:21:33
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@number6

Well, I was more hinting at the text there that says...

"There are a few marks that are neither registered nor in active use. The checkmark used on this document's title page was never a registered mark as far as we can tell and hasn't been used commercially since AmigaOS 3.5's boot screen, i.e. since 1999."

I would argue that it's odd to pick 3.5 over 3.9, though, and both just used 3.1 boot screen, as far as I remember.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 22-Jul-2019 0:24:13
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@kolla

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I would argue that it's odd to pick 3.5 over 3.9, though, and both just used 3.1 boot screen, as far as I remember.

Heh, good find. It's just a typo - I can't see any reason to pick the former over the latter. I'll fix it if I ever update that document.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 22-Jul-2019 10:17:12
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They might want to fix their link at bottom: http://www.a-eon.com/?page=x1000 what it used to say in January 2019 #6


Well on the media page they still have a image with AmigaONE branding! http://www.a-eon.com/?page=media

So let all see if this get removed then we know something up! http://www.a-eon.com/images/first_contact3.jpg


Plus also I have a motherboard and manuals that read on it, its AMIGAONE! so unless some on break in to my house and quickly draw all over it, its way too late to adjust branding on the AmigaONE X1000.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
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@amigang: This is one picture vs. all other places on their official websites (A-EON, Amigakit, Wiki) where the brand has been removed. Do you think the AmigaOne-brand on all other places disappeared for no reason or just accidentally?

And regarding to your manuals: We all know, that A-EON sold its AOS4-systems with the AmigaOne-brand in the past (see number6s link). The question is, why they removed the brand from their official websites NOW.

And this is no trolling (I appreciate Trevors engagement regarding AOS4), but a legit question.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 22-Jul-2019 15:34:45
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This is the same kind of mystery as when Olsen made a revision "rollback" mistake in the OS sources, so that the "Developed under license" ended up being "All rights reserved", and this simple mistake somehow ended up on the labels of all floppies and kickstarts chips of OS 3.1.4.... magic...

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 23-Jul-2019 16:12:23
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@amigang

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Well on the media page they still have a image with AmigaONE branding! http://www.a-eon.com/?page=media


I found a new conspiracy. Go to the X1000 page from the above link. Here:
http://www.a-eon.com/?page=x1000

There's nothing there! The X1000 has disappered.

Could this be the Bermuda Aeonangle? Where AmigaOne models just disappear?

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 23-Jul-2019 16:35:20
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@Hypex

not new

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 23-Jul-2019 17:53:18
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@Hypex

The Bermuda Aeonangle! I like it.

Most of these missing systems probably end up on Tabor Island

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 23-Jul-2019 18:53:34
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Most of these missing systems probably end up on Tabor Island


OMG

Tabor Island, it is on maps but it does not exist in reality. Now that explains a lot, thanks for spotting this, I was completely unaware of it.

I need to update my maps of the Amiga world.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 15-Dec-2020 19:38:51
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@Nonefornow

This link should work instead:

https://myretrocomputer.com/

Link on page to history and CUSA.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 6-Jun-2021 21:24:01
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@thread

A-EON allegedly no longer has an AmigaOS 4 license.

english version

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Last edited by number6 on 06-Jun-2021 at 09:27 PM.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 6-Jun-2021 22:02:50
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@thread

Well, until all the endless court cases have been finished, no-one really knows who will be able to give out licenses, so perhaps A-Eon and others are just waiting, rather than sending money out to the wrong people

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bison 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 7-Jun-2021 0:22:21
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@number6

The curse of Tabor continues. An incompatible FPU pales in comparison to no OS.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 7-Jun-2021 2:11:18
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@number6

I wonder if MorphOS could be an option going forward to fill the void?

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 7-Jun-2021 7:34:00
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@AmigaMac

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I wonder if MorphOS could be an option going forward to fill the void?


Not for ”Tabor”. But the X5000 could of course be a possibility (since MorphOS already runs on it since half a decade), should Aeon choose to embrace it.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 7-Jun-2021 9:11:57
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@number6

Wow! No wonder Hyperion don’t want to invest in AmigaOS 4 if their only hardware partner showed no interest in renewing their OEM license! Sheesh!

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