*Amiga38 Community Award*
We would like to continue our small tradition: As already at Amiga34 in Neuss and also at Amiga37 in Mönchengladbach, a Community Award is to be presented again this year at Amiga38 on October 6 and 7.
- What is the Community Award?
A small award and a thank you to the developer(s), programmer(s), musician(s), dealer(s) or other person(s)/group(s) from the Amiga scene whose developments / achievements between about mid-2022 and mid-2023 have particularly impressed and pleased you.
In the past we have noticed that it was quite difficult to compare the achievements with each other - therefore we would like to introduce three categories this year:
1. hardware developments
- How does the voting work?
First of all, we are collecting suggestions from now on - on a1k, Facebook and various other platforms! Suggestions can be posted directly here in the forum or sent to us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For suggestions, we ask for the following information:
- Name + nickname if applicable
- Reason for nomination
From the beginning of August, the voting part will start among all the candidates proposed
until then. Here, everyone can vote per category. We will then announce the link to the voting here and allow voting until mid-September. From 16 September, the evaluation will be finished - current interim results will not be visible, but we will give small hints and updates from time to time.
- When will the awards be presented?
The first place winner of each category will be announced at the Amiga38 and of course afterwards also published on all common Amiga sites.
- What do the three first place winners receive?
On the one hand a trophy, on the other hand a small amount of money for a nice evening with the team or friends or family.
- Sponsored by a1k.org - what does that mean?
The a1k forum is one of the most important and most active forum in the Amiga area. The a1k forum has always supported the previous Amiga events intensively and is represented on site with numerous members every time and is once again a great motivator, also for the realisation of the Amiga38. The Community Award will also be supported by the forum in the form of financial donations, which will be collected there.
I am looking forward to many suggestions, a lively participation and your support! Thank you very much!