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wawa 
Re: My experience with MorphOS videos as promised
Posted on 25-Jul-2010 2:55:10
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mos has a flair, a little mac biased but whatever. best of two worlds. shame it is not being called amiga these days.

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Re: My experience with MorphOS videos as promised
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@clusteruk

MorphOS looks great, and on the face of it ahead of both AROS and OS4. However, I wonder if maybe old Mac PPC hardware is a bit of a deadend, where's the future for MorphOS?

Imagine if MorphOS went x86 now, it could be game over for AROS/OS4.

P.S. I am not a blue troll. I use OS4 on Sam440 on a daily basis!

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Daniel 
Re: My experience with MorphOS videos as promised
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@Shufflepuck

Quote:
You should open a blog..


Definately, should be a good read.

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Re: My experience with MorphOS videos as promised
Posted on 27-Jul-2010 9:12:47
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@All

Thanks for all the positive comments, I believe that we should all share what we have in the Amiga community, knowledge, code, ideas and that way we can all prosper. I just see the various Amiga flavours like different versions of Linux and all have strengths and weaknesses. I will say that a lot is happening in Amiga world now and I am proud to be a part of it again.

What I have noticed over the last two years is that there is growing consensus that they are all worthy, yes people have there favourite flavour but respect between camps is improving as is cross platform development, just look at Audio Evolution case on Aros and MorphOS made it worthwhile for Davy.

This is a good sign for the future, and I will do more videos on MorphOS. However, I am in the process of saving up and selling kit to buy an OS4 machine so I can do the same videos on that platform too. Please remember I am an Amiga fan and not constrained by flavour angst

Steve

edit: on the blog side I am rubbish at sitting down and writing but I will look into it. May do a weekly Amiga world update video though.

Last edited by clusteruk on 27-Jul-2010 at 09:13 AM.

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