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Internet News   Internet News : Amiga.org and the Amiga Wiki project team up to bring you AmigaWiki.com
   posted by alx on 17-Jul-2005 11:46:53 (1577 reads)
In the interest of supporting the Amiga community, Amiga.org and the Amiga Wiki project have joined forces to promote a living, evolving knowledge base about the Amiga computer.

Our goal is to help cover everything between the Amiga's history, to it's capabilities and differences, to it's very future in one single place. Over the coming weeks (time pending), Wayne hopes to create new links on Amiga.org to both provide everyone with direct links to the content at AmigaWiki.com, as well as to devise a program to solicit help from every Amiga.org user to help "fill in the blanks" until the AmigaWiki.com site fulfills it's true potential as a repository of information.

This is a collaborative effort between Alex Whittaker and Wayne Hunt, though each will retain complete control over their own respective projects. To further this effort and enhance communication between the two efforts, Alex is being invited to join the staff at Amiga.org.

If you have any ideas of constructive comment, please let us know.

Alex can be reached at alex (AT) amigawiki.com, while Wayne is, as always, at wayne (AT) amiga.org
    

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Re: Amiga.org and the Amiga Wiki project team up to bring yo
Posted on 17-Jul-2005 13:48:04
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I'll bet this proves to be an interesting read for both new & existing users of the Amiga.

When I get an evening free, I'll have a good read through.

Thanks for the good work.

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Posted on 17-Jul-2005 17:58:34
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Yay! Great work Alx!


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Looks like lots of work, but a good read too!

Intresting piece of wild speculation (from me)

http://www.amigawiki.com/cgi-bin/wiki.pl/AmigaOne

picoOne = Mysterious device?


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Looks like lots of work


Has been - but hopefully a load more people will be joining in with it now

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picoOne = Mysterious device?


I think you've made the same mistake that Helgis made a few weeks back on seeing a reference to the XC there The only time I've ever heard anything about the "PicoA1" was from the talk Alan did in Bath a while ago, and very little was said, other than it could perhaps be the successor to the Micro-A1 (remember that at that point the uA1 itself wasn't out). Considering that both the uA1-i and XC seem to have been mothballed, and that the PicoA1 was far further down on Alan's vague roadmap, I think it's highly unlikely that such a machine will be coming out soon, if indeed ever


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