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Announcement   Announcement : Alt Woa 2003 postponed
   posted by L8-X on 15-Feb-2003 12:51:08 (1544 reads)
Geoff Milnes wrote a message on the amigaone mailing list saying the following.......



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Hi Folks,

Regretfully, the Huddersfield Amiga User Group have postponed this year's
Show until the release of OS4.0.

I personally am dropping out of the Amiga scene for a while so if anyone has
any questions or comments, would they please send them to:-

paul@haug-amiga.co.uk

Cheers


Geoff


    

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