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News   News : Amiga Arena Interview with Jürgen Schober (point.design)
   posted by AmigaACE on 16-Jun-2003 18:44:49 (3448 reads)
Read in the German Interview with Jürgen Schober about his Shop "point.design" and his first impressions about the "AmigaOS 4.0 Tour".




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Re: Amiga Arena Interview with Jürgen Schober (point.design)
Posted on 16-Jun-2003 19:52:47
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Lots of dates in there. Is there any truth to them or just hopeful thinking?

Can someone from Hyperion confirm if we will be seeing a PPC native Intuition July 5?

And what's this about a release by the end of Sept?

P.S. I used a Babelfish so I might be getting some of this wrong.


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Re: Amiga Arena Interview with Jürgen Schober (point.design)
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Hi,

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Eine CyberstormPPC Version sollte noch Ende dieses Sommers kommen,


So OS4 for the A1 can be seen out at the end of this year? That's a pretty long time if you ask me.

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Re: Amiga Arena Interview with Jürgen Schober (point.design)
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@ ssolie

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And what's this about a release by the end of Sept?


The interview states that a CyberStorm AmigaOS4 release is planned for this summer and that the AmigaOne version is also expected to be released later this year. No exact dates were given.

With regard to September Jürgen stated that there are already Amiga shows/fairs planned for the Netherlands and Austria.

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Re: Amiga Arena Interview with Jürgen Schober (point.design)
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So OS4 for the A1 can be seen out at the end of this year? That's a pretty long time if you ask me


End of the year is what i expected. This means another half year waiting for me. But it is just a computer

I still think that 2 years for AOne would be quite a big achievement, given the current climate, the additional work, the finances,...

I will keep my final judgement until they actually release the cyberstorm version though (strange things have happened when Amiga is concerned). Once this is in the shops, then i think we will be pretty sure that the AOne version will follow. And at least some will already have the pleasure of actually using it.

Considering the fact that Gateway, Escom and others failed with a lot more cash and ppl behind them, i find it acceptable.

Let's hope that they actually do manage to finish the cyberstorm version this summer.

 
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The release of the Cyberstorm version first should bring in much needed money. The Early bird offer for the A1 covered the cost of the OS - I don't know if the money has been passed on or will be billed when copies of OS4 are released.

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I wonder if the long wait is associated with bring more features from proposed later revisions into OS4.0?

Also, (to Hyperion) I may have missed this but will the SNAP drivers be included in this release of the OS?

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If I remember correctly, SNAP will be included in the AmigaOne-version of OS4 but not in the Cyberstorm since it's limited to PCI.

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@ libz (Jonas Hermansson)

Is this correct?
Quote:
Powered by Amiga OS 4

http://www.fotografikerna.com/

Are you running it on AmigaOS4.0 beta?

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@libz

Thanks for the clarification

@hnl_dk

Nicely spotted .

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@ Boodie



Have You seen my new version of the Frieden Brothers?


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@hnl_dk

Quote:
>http://www.fotografikerna.com/
>Are you running it on AmigaOS4.0 beta?

Unfortunately not yet... so it may be a little misleading at the moment. I just wanted people to check out OS4...
But it WILL be powered as soon as I have OS4 on the Cyberstorm and the A1

>PS: Welcome to AmigaWorld

Thanks!!!

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@ libz

ok


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@hnl_dk

Yeah, I couldn't stop laughin' when I saw it !

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@ hnl_dk

I just removed the "Powered by", atleast for now

Btw, are you going to the OS4-tour in Gothenburg next week?

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@libz

Sorry ... I would LOVE to go there, but I have to work ... and some other things I have prommised my family


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@ hnl_dk

Sorry to hear that.
I'm going and I'm thinking of taking my videocamera with me to shoot some juicy OS4 footage

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Sorry to hear that.


I need to earn some money ... want me AmigaOne ASAP

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I'm going and I'm thinking of taking my videocamera with me to shoot some juicy OS4 footage


Would be nice


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@hnl_dk

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Have You seen my new version of the Frieden Brothers?


Where can we see that?

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