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Amigaworld.net News   Amigaworld.net News : AmiWest 2020 in two weeks, Tabor & ExecSG updates announced
   posted by Petah on 10-Oct-2020 16:01:32 (699 reads)
For the past decade, US-based Amiga event AmiWest has been hosted in Sacramento, California by Sacramento Amiga Computer Club. The event is generally considered as one of the most important annual shows, with keynote speeches from heavy hitters such as ExecSG lead developer Steven Solie and A-EON head honcho Trevor Dickinson. In the past, these presentations have revealed hardware projects such as the (now defunct) Amiga laptop and OS development roadmaps. Thanks to online streaming, Amiga users from all over the planet have been able get a glimpse of what is currently going on behind the scene and what is planned for the future.

Running for two days starting Saturday October 24th, AmiWest 2020 will feature a new slew of presentations. These include a "full update" about ExecSG - the new AmigaOS kernel currently in development - by Solie and another one by Dickinson. In a blog update on Saturday, October 10th, Dickison announced that his presentation will be pre-recorded because of the ongoing pandemic, and that it will give followers an update on the highly anticipated Amiga A1222 Tabor computer.

AmiWest 2020 is expected to be broadcasted on YouTube starting 19:00 CET (10:00 PST/local time, 13:00 EST, 18:00 GMT, 02:00 JST, 04:00 AEDT). Release 4.1-users should be able to follow the stream using the YouTube URL Extractor script. Virtual attendees who want to interact with AmiWest officials and other users are encouraged to connect to AmigaWorld.net's own IRC server at irc.amigaworld.net using an IRC client of their choice, and join the #AmiWest channel.

    

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Re: AmiWest 2020 in two weeks, Tabor & ExecSG updates announ
Posted on 12-Oct-2020 12:34:15
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Great to hear about the broadcast.

Not sure however, if CET actually means CEST (we're about to be within CEST on that Saturday, still).


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Let’s hope Amiwest 2020 streams simultaneously on Twitch where a lot of people hang out.
Maybe consider ReStream.io services.


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