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Mimifan 
Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 8-Jul-2019 19:19:54
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Amigaone X5000 becomes X5000

http://wiki.amiga.org/index.php?title=Special:RecentChanges

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Posted on 8-Jul-2019 20:21:55
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@Mimifan

At first I thought it might just be a minor change renaming a Wiki page, but it isn't. A-EON has removed the term 'AmigaOne' everywhere from its website. Looks like something has happened behind the scenes, and not a particularly good thing.

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Skateman 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 8-Jul-2019 20:35:42
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@Mimifan

There are also things happening at the reseller side.

https://amigakit.amiga.store/product_info.php?products_id=1303

http://amigaonthelake.com/amigaone-x5000-system (404)

http://amiga.amedia-computer.com/index.php/catalogue/infos/2/5/ACF_X5000CPLT (DEAD)

hmmm... i wonder...





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eliyahu 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 8-Jul-2019 20:38:50
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@Skateman

Amedia still has them listed here: https://www.amedia-computer.com/en/accueil/282-carte-mere-amigaone-x5000-cyprus-2ghz.html

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Skateman 
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@eliyahu

I guess this has to do with removing the "Amiga" part of the product...

https://amigaworld.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=43330&forum=16

Last edited by Skateman on 08-Jul-2019 at 08:42 PM.

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Re: Goodbye Amigaone
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Rose 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
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@Cheese

Followed by "Name was never important".

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dan.hutch 
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Posted on 8-Jul-2019 23:29:14
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Meanwhile in an alternate reality: http://www.hyperion-entertainment.com/

An update to 3.1.4 - legal manoeuvring?

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-Sam- 
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@dan.hutch

3.1.4.1 does sound ridiculous. Surely 3.1.5 would sound less silly?

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Rob 
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@dan.hutch

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An update to 3.1.4 - legal manoeuvring?


Improvements and fixes had been submitted to Hyperion recently. I think this particular was simply about getting those updates out to customers.

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TRIPOS 
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@-Sam-

Quote:

-Sam- wrote:
@dan.hutch

3.1.4.1 does sound ridiculous. Surely 3.1.5 would sound less silly?


Someone should make a chronological compilation of all the silly versionings that Hyperion has used since 2004...

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amigasociety 
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Posted on 9-Jul-2019 0:41:40
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@eliyahu

Just when we thought it was safe to go back into the water.... sheesh.

Having been a next gen amigan since 2009, I must say when I thought things could not get even stranger.... now a name change or "something", I guess we need to wait for A-Eon to respond.

Maybe there is a reasonable answer but between lawsuits in the world of Amiga and product name changes so long in the life of the product, everything just seems to be getting odder for me personally to stick around for more of the madness.

I enjoy my X5000, I just always called it an AMiga X5000 myself, but man are things just going a tad coocoo these days.

TJ

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bison 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 9-Jul-2019 0:57:05
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@-Sam-

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3.1.4.1 does sound ridiculous. Surely 3.1.5 would sound less silly?

Next release: 3.1.4.1 Final Edition.

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TRIPOS 
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@bison

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Next release: 3.1.4.1 Final Edition.


Before that there should be a 3.1.4.1 Final Edition Pre-Release


Edit: Will the next update be 3.1.4.1.5?

Last edited by TRIPOS on 09-Jul-2019 at 01:35 AM.

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TRIPOS 
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@Skateman

Quote:
https://amigakit.amiga.store/product_info.php?products_id=1303


That page has indeed removed all the "AmigaONE" stuff, as well as "AmigaOS" (that is now plain OS4.1). There is no mentioning of "Hyperion" in the left-side "Manufacturers" list. But in the "Extra Apps On Hard Drive" drop-down menu there is still an "AmigaOS 4.1" item (not just "OS 4.1"), and in the site-wide "Hardware" menu as well as the bred-crumb navigation there are still mentioning of "AmigaONE". Pictures of 3.1 KIckstart ROM modules has boing balls on them. Products with boing balls and rainbow checkmark logotypes are still listed under the "merchandise" category. If the purpose was to clean the website up from Hyperion "licensed" logotypes and marks, they obviously still has some work to do.

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number6 
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Posted on 9-Jul-2019 2:31:08
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@TRIPOS

I'm thinking "work in progress" as well.
We saw such a work in progress recently with linkedin, as you will recall.

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klx300r 
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Posted on 9-Jul-2019 2:36:35
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ay yai yai not again

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hth313 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 9-Jul-2019 2:58:30
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@klx300r

Not again, has this happened before? (I am new here)

@thread

So A-EON and Hyperion have a rift opening up between them. I assume it is related to the recent take-over of virtually all shares in Hyperion, which was a very nasty move.

Does this mean that we will see a more neutral approach to the other Amiga-like operating systems in the future from A-EON, like providing hardware more tailored for AROS and MorphOS?

Last edited by hth313 on 09-Jul-2019 at 03:00 AM.
Last edited by hth313 on 09-Jul-2019 at 02:59 AM.

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Lou 
Re: Goodbye Amigaone
Posted on 9-Jul-2019 3:53:48
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@TRIPOS

Quote:

TRIPOS wrote:
@bison

Quote:
Next release: 3.1.4.1 Final Edition.


Before that there should be a 3.1.4.1 Final Edition Pre-Release


Edit: Will the next update be 3.1.4.1.5?


Followed by 3.1.4.1.5.9...

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Argo 
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Posted on 9-Jul-2019 6:40:00
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@Lou

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