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News   News : Interview with Jason McMullan
   posted by Daff on 11-Aug-2011 13:33:52 (3490 reads)
The magazine Obligement publish today an interview with Jason McMullan, an american developper who works since some times on the improvement of AROS, specially in the 68k port front.



Read the English version : http://obligement.free.fr/articles_traduction/itwmcmullan_en.php
Read the French version : http://obligement.free.fr/articles/itwmcmullan.php
    

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michalsc 
Re: Interview with Jason McMullan
Posted on 11-Aug-2011 14:45:12
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A very interesting reading!

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Re: Interview with Jason McMullan
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Great interview


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Re: Interview with Jason McMullan
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Another great interview from Obligement.

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quite cool and clearshighted standpoint. very telling. also in what can attract people to "amiga", remember his dedication dates only to last year and i have an impression he might be currently one of if not *the* most contributing person on aros. besides consider the message in his last words. could not agree more.

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nice interview


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It was really enjoyable to read about experience with AROS (and AmigaOS API) of someone outside our community.

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Re: Interview with Jason McMullan
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Looking forward to see his further plans come true, very good work.

Finally, free and clean KS files will be avail to all, AROS 68k but also UAE users.

What brings AROS 68k even to Classic and Minimig users should be:
Reducing the AROS m68k RAM memory footprint, to be able to support machines with 2MB of total RAM or less.

Reducing the AROS m68k ROM memory footprint. An "AROS Lite" ROM should be possible, with a OCS/ECS/AGA specific graphics.library and input.library, that could fit into a 512K ROM.


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