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News   News : Interview with Aaron Digulla
   posted by NovaBurst on 8-Dec-2006 4:19:04 (1665 reads)
Aaron Digulla, who established AROS, has been interviewed by The AROS Show.
    

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elatour 
Re: Interview with Aaron Digulla
Posted on 8-Dec-2006 5:06:24
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Thanks for this. An interview well worth reading IMHO.


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Re: Interview with Aaron Digulla
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I thought this was a nice quote:

Quote:
What are your thoughts on the Amiga community these days?

I think we're seeing the end of the valley of tears. All the whiners are gone and now, a lot of the old fans, supported by jobs and experience, come back to have a second look at a source of joy from their past. I think the future of the Amiga has only just begun.


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Re: Interview with Aaron Digulla
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All the whiners are gone? ####, has this man visited any Amiga forums the last couple of years? Not much else than whining being done if you ask me...

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PR 
Re: Interview with Aaron Digulla
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So stop whining;)

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I don't like people whining about that there is no whining going on here.


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Re: Interview with Aaron Digulla
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@ PR

Quote:

So stop whining ;)




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