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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : Ten Questions a Week with Fleecy Moss (Answers Now Online)
   posted by MikeB on 9-Mar-2003 13:23:07 (13572 reads)
We at AmigaWorld are proud to announce that Amiga's Chief Technology Officer Fleecy Moss has agreed on offering us weekly Questions and Answers sessions. You can ask your questions and check already asked questions here on our forums as well.

Fleecy's Answers are now live on the site, see the menu to the left


We will try to select 10 of the most interesting and most popular questions each week.
    

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MikeB 
Re: Ten Questions a Week with Fleecy Moss
Posted on 9-Mar-2003 14:00:52
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The last few months have shown that many people within the Amiga community would like to see more and better communication with Amiga and the related companies.

This is one of such efforts to make this a reality. Amiga and their partners are almost ready to enter a new phase, the Amiga product development, delivering and support phase, from the long and difficult development phase.

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Exellent news.

Wonder how long it will be before Fleecy's answers get cross-posted to the other sites ?


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Posted on 9-Mar-2003 16:22:34
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Maybe we should copyright his answers,

j/k


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Re: Ten Questions a Week with Fleecy Moss
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Or could you get XOOPS to automatically email them to members? That's probably going too far, though - it's an open community after all.


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This is a great idea and he agreed to it, nice!

I wonder why Amiga Inc. hasn't done this before? I'm so hungy for information and I think it is so badly needed now.

(BTW my first post here)

Great Avatar The_Editor...looks painful though!

Bob C.


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Welcome BobC,

I have talked about this with various people. The general feeling and believes seems to have been that this cannot be done properly when users are allowed to insult and ridicule the people involved.

However I have discussed various such ideas with people like Wayne and nOMAAM in the past. nONAAM thought that my ideas were good, however Wayne wasn't interested and what he says goes @AO.

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Fleecy Moss, aka Amiga Agony Aunt (AAA) ;)

Excellent idea, I'm lookin forward to this. Amiga have been making a noticeable effort to increase community communication this past month or so. It is good to see.

Brian Hoskins

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About time too!

I`m bursting to get some news!


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I can`t think of any more questions...all my ones have already been covered!


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This is brillant news, this can only make things better between Amiga Inc and Amiga companies. I look forwards to the future with even more happines then I had been.


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This news thread has made it into second on the most read news. This is good as htis news article has not been up that long compeared to some of the others that were up for ages before they got into the most read.


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This is a great idea! Well done!

Kay

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That about a page where users can post questions
and vote the best questions, so the 10 most wanted get asked every week ?


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Interesting


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We will do our best to select the questions and to order them as well as possible. Of course we cannot cover all the questions at once, but 10 questions are pretty much and we will then have some spare questions for coming weeks.

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@RWO

Are you the same RWO, as the former GFX artist for the old euro scene group Kefrens?

if so: liked your work very much


btw: i used to be in Polka.
(Sorry for the OT post)


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I live by information and data!

"Help keep me alive"!


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Hopefully AInc start "recruiting" demoscene like company b has done so far.
There is lots of talent to be used, talent which can be used for good publicity and advertising. Plus, it doesn't cost too much.

Hooligan/DCS

 
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>Wonder how long it will be before Fleecy's
>answers get cross-posted to the other sites ?

1 to 3 minutes. Bets anybody?

 
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Great news, can't wait for the first set of questions to get answered.

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