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Events   Events : Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
   posted by AmiKit on 2-Jul-2007 12:58:24 (3703 reads)
You are invited to a digital celebration of people, creativity, diversity and excellence. Codex Alpe Adria takes place this weekend (Friday afternoon to Sunday) in Udine, Italy.

Codex Alpe Adria 2007 aims to remain the small but high-quality event with a familiar atmosphere that made it so enjoyable to visitors of previous editions. It is completely free to both visitors and exhibitors. The 2007 edition of Codex Alpe Adria, the yearly alternative and creative computing event organized by Cloanto team, is confirmed for the July 7 weekend.

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Demo Competition and Prizes
Codex Alpe Adria hosts and promotes a number of competitions, most notably for demoscene productions. This year's prizes will again feature items of great rarity and value. At the time of this writing, the demo competition has the following main prizes:

* Minimig functioning pre-series prototype (very rare), donated by Dennis van Weeren
* Sam440ep system, donated by ACube Systems srl
* C-One development system

For more information please visit the Codex Alpe Adria website.
    

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Darth_X 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 2-Jul-2007 13:14:59
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Diversity is ALWAYS good! Thanks guys!


ps: shame I can't make it

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jmbattle 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 2-Jul-2007 13:39:08
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From: Hamamatsu, Japan

Codex Alpe Adria is arguably one of the best Amiga oriented events of recent years.

I remember a few years ago, before graduating, I researched the possibility of flying to Austria to visit my ex., then travel over the border into Udine.

Unfortunately, the plan never worked out, but I have always remained interested in the show, and will look forward to reading the reports.

Ah, and Michael B is a living legend!

Good luck everyone,
James
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ikir 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 2-Jul-2007 15:57:57
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* Sam440ep system, donated by ACube Systems srl


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jthomas 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 2-Jul-2007 16:36:56
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wolfe 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 2-Jul-2007 16:58:38
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I can't make that


But ACube could send me a SAM440 anyway . . . .

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BinoX 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 2-Jul-2007 19:44:25
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No chance of me getting to italy :(

But I would like to get my hands on a commodore-one... and a minimig...... and a Sam440......

Maybe when my wedding is over next year and there's (lots more) money spare again :)

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NoelFuller 
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Posted on 2-Jul-2007 22:37:50
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@Binox

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when my wedding is over next year and there's (lots more) money spare again :)


At weddings don't they exchange vows of poverty? :)

Noel

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jahc 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
Posted on 3-Jul-2007 2:44:59
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What OS(s) will the Sam440EP be given away with?

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hatschi 
Re: Win Sam440ep, Minimig or C-One!
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What OS(s) will the Sam440EP be given away with?


I suppose that would be some Linux distribution - if any. However, I haven't seen any screenshots of Sam440 running anything more than a Linux console - and CruxPPC for Sam440 is just announced to be available "soon".

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BinoX 
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At weddings don't they exchange vows of poverty? :)

Noel


I've already made an agreement with the future Mrs :)

Basically we split all the bill payments and pay half each out of our salary and we keep what's left of our own pay :D

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