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Poll : What does success look like for you?
Sustainable Amiga-ish platform as 3rd commerical consumer option
Multi-core 64-bit AmigaOS 4.2+ on PPC for current community
Unification of current options via collaboration and common standards
Low-cost hobby board a la R-Pi based on new 68080 in ASIC
Enjoy what you have from current melange, i.e. MOTS
1-year supply of pankackes
Other - Please elaborate
 
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Nonefornow 
Re: What does success look like?
Posted on 14-Nov-2021 1:32:42
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Joined: 29-Jul-2013
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From: Greater Los Angeles Area

Well - 1.06% satisfied customer (either defined as optimist or pessimist) is certainly not what success looks like.


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Re: What does success look like?
Posted on 14-Nov-2021 6:58:29
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@Nonefornow

I'm suprised.
I vote for option 1.
Of course fast, modern, open source, hardware agnostic.

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