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Announcement   Announcement : Magazine Obligement 48 available
   posted by Daff on 14-Dec-2004 22:41:58 (2255 reads)
Issue 48 of the French languaged AmigaOS/MorphOS magazine Obligement is now available.

You can read in this issue :

- A great article about latest AmigaOS 4.0 and AmigaOne.
- Interviews with Axel Buendia (the guy who made the AI engine of Quake 3) and Franck Dutouron (a new AmigaOne retailler).
- Reviews of versions of UAE for MorphOS, Gallerius, Alien Blaster, LMarbles, Snoopium, Hanged Man 2004.


- Hardware : Trust Wireless Tablet 200, Norwat Ethernet module, IOmega Zip drive.
- Howtos : creation of PNGIcons with TVPaint/PerfectPaint, installation of MacOnLinux on Pegasos, configuration of MUI.
- Coding : Blitz Basic (creation of the crypt/decrypt tool), Amiga-E (interfaces).
- Book : Digital Retro.
- A big article about Bjorn Lynne and his productions.
- Lot more...

The magazine is downloadable here : Download (french only)
More info on obligement.free.fr
    

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Foody 
Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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Moderated by Bodie_CI5, Reason: Trolling and inciting vitirol based on language differences

Foody, please read PM coming your way.

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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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Could someone make an english version so the rest of us would get to read it as well?

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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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Nothing wrong with magazines that are in another language besides English. People that do not speak that language cannot read the mag and might wish it would be in English. But this mag for example is for the French Amiga community. That's their target so that's why it is in French. Simple, rigth? Great job!

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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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@Coder:

Except they failed to make that clear in their post it seems -

Btw, you spelt "merci" wrong.

Ross..

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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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Btw, you spelt "merci" wrong.


Perhaps he was just asking for mercy for those naughty French people who post articles in err french.


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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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@Coder

I think that it's fair and right that they can publish the articles/interviews in French - it's just a bit harsh to tease us all with snippets (in English) about what's in it... especially when some of them sound really interesting


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I'm French and I totally agree with you...
But at least it gives you an interesting news item: French Amiga community is still alive. And this is a good thing in this small market...

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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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I am sorry about my first post..did not mean it to be harsh. I promise will not do it again.

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Re: Magazine Obligement 48 available
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Hmm, as far as i am concerned, i would be happy to translate my Obligement articles in english, provided that the editorial staff decides to support english as well. That decision lies in their hands.

But it's an easy statement to make, for i wrote only a couple articles so far
As it had been said here, i don't really see the point in teasing english speaking people with something written in a foreign tongue, appart, indeed, for the sake on showing there is life in other communities.

For that matter, i think it would be a great idea if some kind of a team could be gathered to create a website, which would quote interesting articles from all around the amiga world, translated in several languages if necessary.

Then one could be able not only to see interesting articles from abroad, but also to acquire a certain knowledge of the Amiga World in his whole, and distinguish tendencies.

For there are tendenties, often tied with countries. The most obvious example is the schism in the "amiga-like OSes" field : France an Germany are rather MOS oriented and the United Kingdom is rather seen as "pro-AOS", althrough the reality is of course more subtle.

What about the Spanish amiga community ? I don't know about it. And the scandinavian countries ? Hell, do they use Amiga in New Zealand ?
I'd be eager to read about that.

Here in Belgium there is barely a small group of Netherlands speaking guys involved in Amiga meetings, but they are quite active and deserve to be mentionned.

Yep, i would definitly like to hear about all those guys on some website, see the pictures of their gathering and so on.

Are there countries around where an Amiga User Directory is kept up to date, like the one for the french community ? There are 468 people enlisted there. A worldwide version of such a directory would be nice.
It might even be interesting for commercial companies to know how large is actually the Amiga market.

Well...err, i think i slightly slipped off the road in this thread...

/me the kind of guy giving ideas he's not ready to follow himself.


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This mag rules. It's free and has good quality, sometimes in depth articles about current and some older Amiga stuff. I think this mag has no equivalent in English! /me runs


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@Ashitaka

great ideas. As someone who's first language is NOT english (or "american", if you will), I certainly have no egotism about it.

I figured their mag was in french when I looked on site. I do think amiga users all over the world should get into the habit of checking each other out. I like having everyone around - posting opinions.

hopefully, if we get to know each other, we'll be less likely to beat each other up.

i'm glad we have the internet - the last place that true democracy exists.


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for maintenance of friendly international relations...


Amiga, International Diplomate... That could be a nice slogan as here most countries seem to be represented...

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Looks professionally done! It's great work especially considering it's available for free.

I was also impressed with the first two issues of APoV (Amiga Point of View) . I hope to see more from them.

But Obligement has been running bi-monthly *non-stop* since 1997! That's very impressive!

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I was also impressed with the first two issues of APoV (Amiga Point of View) .

Hmm, seems i've got some fresh meat to eat :)

/me rushing to read that stuff.


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Except they failed to make that clear in their post it seems -


It said in the first line (after the headline):

Issue 48 of the French languaged AmigaOS/MorphOS magazine Obligement is now available.

But I have to admit I know this is a French mag.

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Btw, you spelt "merci" wrong.


I had no idea. Thanks for the tip. Or should I say>> merci.

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But at least it gives you an interesting news item: French Amiga community is still alive. And this is a good thing in this small market...


I could not have said it better. That's my point.

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