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Events   Events : Report of the Alchimie 7 show
   posted by Daff on 10-Nov-2007 14:20:11 (1924 reads)
A report of the Alchimie 7 show is now available, in french, on the Obligement's website :

http://obligement.free.fr/articles/alchimie7.php

Alchimie 7 was an alternative computing show held in Tain L'Hermitage (France) organized by the Triple A association. Highlights was the presentation of the MorphOS 2.0 status (lots of things to see), AmigaOS 4 Classic version (with photo of the box and the floppy disk), Amikit, Haiku, OpenSound, Deneb, Blender, Samantha & ACube, robots, etc.
    

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Re: Report of the Alchimie 7 show
Posted on 10-Nov-2007 17:51:23
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C'est un rapport excellent. It's an excellent report.


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Re: Report of the Alchimie 7 show
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Excellent report..and excellent pics..thx Os4 is here


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Re: Report of the Alchimie 7 show
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AmigaClyde and Voodoo : thanks !

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Re: Report of the Alchimie 7 show
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All is excellent : the whole week-end, people that were there, the report and pics, the conferences, the surprises, ...

Daff : Thanks for this report !

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Re: Report of the Alchimie 7 show
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MorphOS is becoming ready for prime-time!

Last edited by pixie on 11-Nov-2007 at 10:39 AM.


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Re: Report of the Alchimie 7 show
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Thanx Daff.

Very informative report with a lot of stuff coming from both sides : MorpOS an AOS4.

Next weeks/months should be very interesting...

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