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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Phoenix project and Acube Systems Srl announce their cooperation.
   posted by Sneaky on 19-May-2007 7:30:46 (6184 reads)
Haven't seen it yet. Got it per Mail and is on the ACube Website too:

Bassano del Grappa - Italy - 19 may 2007:
Phoenix project and Acube Systems Srl are happy to announce their cooperation.

Phoenix project is a non-profit team of Amiga developers aiming to port various free or dismissed applications or games to Amiga OS4. Current ongoing projects include Firefox, Emperor, VLC, Transmission and others.


ACube Systems, in its continuous effort to support Amiga community and developers, will provide the team svn repositories and development machines where needed.

The team is at work collecting sources of dismissed Amiga applications and free software to convert them to OS4. The resulting conversions will be released for free to the Amiga community.

If you are a developer and you would like to take part to the Phoenix Project please contact us at andrea@amigasoft.net and we will give you all the information to join the team.

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Good, although i doubt we'll ever see Firefox for the Amiga. Others have tried before. But i would gladly be proven wrong

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Good, although i doubt we'll ever see Firefox for the Amiga. Others have tried before. But i would gladly be proven wrong


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GREAT NEWS!
Now I hope that someone else will cooperate...


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@all

a thread is here...


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Good, although i doubt we'll ever see Firefox for the Amiga. Others have tried before. But i would gladly be proven wrong

It would probably be better to get Sputnik working on OS4 before Firefox IMHO!


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The bounty's been paid, it's up to Marcik now.

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Nice but the name "phoenix" si so bad ... let's have more imagination please !

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It's true the name is not the cutting edge of creativity but it is clear what it means


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@all

This Firefox release is not impossible, expecially because is for X11
By the way, this port can help the Amizilla developers too.


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wrong thread arrghhhhh

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hello,

During some seconds, phoenix was for me the high end board from acube !!

please a cube, make one with 1.2 to 1.4 ghz processor

Great new this phoenix project.


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Nice but the name "phoenix" si so bad ... let's have more imagination please !


Why bad? I think the founders are more towards "dismissed" application being raise from the dead (from ashes, like mythical phoenix). Porting Linux, useful stuff is just another branch of their activity, not necesseraly main...

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Why bad ?

Maybe cos it was allready used twice (and that is just counting Amiga-related "Phoenix-projects".


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Mrodfr : And make these boards running with OS4 !

mailman : Just bad because every project in the world that create something from zero or make something born again is called phoenix.
But the really important point is they group developers and save software !

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samo79:
"By the way, this port can help the Amizilla developers too."

And which people would that be, if I may ask?

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Any ideas what is Emperor?

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Posted on 20-May-2007 11:47:09
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guessing here:

Short: Object-oriented programming language
Author: Matthias Gietzelt
Type: dev/gui
Version: 4.3
Requires: OS 3.5, well-equipped Amiga, some knowledge,
Architecture: m68k-amigaos
Email:

a GUI builder?

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does this "phoenix project" have a proper homepage?
(never heard of it before)

byebye...


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Posted on 20-May-2007 11:59:13
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@Framiga

And there is no other thing than that bearing the same name?

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Why bad ?

Maybe cos it was allready used twice (and that is just counting Amiga-related "Phoenix-projects".

Please... don't be so attached for the name...

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