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Events   Events : Finnish Amiga Users Group's Saku 2018 Event on September 22nd
   posted by jPV on 16-Sep-2018 16:52:41 (899 reads)
Finnish Amiga Users Group holds its 11th Saku event in Oulu, Finland on Saturday, September 22nd.

The event will feature many classic Amiga setups from A500 to A4000, FPGA computers like Minimig and MIST, and next generation systems from MorphOS machines to AmigaOne X5000.

The The Commodore Story documentary film will be shown on a big screen, and there will be a presentation about AmiKit X emulation package. One lucky visitor will also win a free copy of AmiKit X.

There will be several game competitions to attend and the best players will be awarded. The latest Amiga Future magazines are available for reading, as well as older magazines from all decades.

Admittance is free of charge and refreshments will be available. Saku 2018 will start at 14:00 on September 22nd at Oulun Tetra ground floor conference room at Makelininkatu 31.

Please visit the users group's website at http://saku.bbs.fi for more information.

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Re: Finnish Amiga Users Group's Saku 2018 Event on Sept
Posted on 20-Sep-2018 20:54:58
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Timetable, special guest (Mike Battilana), and computer list announced:
http://saku.bbs.fi/yhdistys/tiedotteet/1809202.html


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@jPV

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will attend Saku 2018 and be available for questions


Oh dear...questions...

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Re: Finnish Amiga Users Group's Saku 2018 Event on Sept
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Some photos from the event:
http://saku.bbs.fi/yhdistys/tapahtumat/saku2018/kuvat/index.html
https://flic.kr/s/aHskJokKpG

And couple videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEVK5sMNjw4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnki6DfHINs


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