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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Interview with AROS Developer Michal Schulz
   posted by NovaBurst on 12-Nov-2005 7:31:11 (1359 reads)
The AROS Show interviews AROS Developer Michal Schulz!
    

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Re: Interview with AROS Developer Michal Schulz
Posted on 12-Nov-2005 12:22:32
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Hmm...... That was an interesting read.
I wish AROS was finished, in fact, I wish they could give a demo.
Anyway, when I think of a 'Show' I think of video.

MS had a show (The .NET Show), that explained a lot of its technologies.
Perhaps there could be a general Amiga show produced of perhaps half an hour a month and potentially use bittorent as the distribution medium.

There is no end to the segments that could be produced, from news, programming to OS teaking and software, OS reviews and comparisons and Amiga show footage and a demo of the month feature.

Perhaps it could take contributions from the community on whatever they want to talk about. Perhaps we could bear Amiga related company advertisments too in order to pay for at least the hosting.

Everybody freaks out when we see an OS4 demo or show interview. Imagine if there was one every month(errr 2 months.....errr....Ok...At least every 3 months).

I know there is the Amiga productions stuff, but perhaps that should be formalised into a show. Even Hyperion should get into it as a means of generating buzz.

It really doesn't have to be that polished.

Oh....And we definitely need Helgis to contribute a segment on overclocking.

Ok. Going back to my happy place now.
We have no weiners!!! Let's video cam this hotdog stand.


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Re: Interview with AROS Developer Michal Schulz
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If I am correct it is a bit of a struggle to install Aros on a hd so that you can boot from the hd into Aros. If that was a little bit easier I would install it on a spare machine and try to code on it. I think there is a dev part ready so that you can develop on it.

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