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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal

New YAM website online!

Date 8-Mar-2010 12:50:21
Topic: Announcement

Hello YAMmers,

after the long awaited release of version 2.6 of YAM just a few days ago, the
YAM team has another cookie for you.

Since our main homepage ( have been largely outdated and not
technically up to date, we have spent some time on creating a new site
that will hopefully serve you and us better in the future.

In addition,
the online services of have been unfortunately not that
good during the last years. Not only have their web services been more
and more limited and cluttered with commercials, also all their
development related services (e.g. SVN, bug tracker) suffer from
performance problems these days.

Therefore we have decided to move our whole development to our own
server where the old homepage has already been located. So we have not
only moved the subversion (SVN) source code repository, we also moved
the bug and feature tracker now. As we didn't want to reinvent the wheel
and as there are great software products out there allowing a
development group like us to collaborate more easily we installed 'trac'
on our server. This system comes with a great bug and feature request
tracker, with a beautiful source code browser and more importantly with
a timeline view of the latest changes and a whole wiki engine. Therefore
we decided to merge this development system with our old homepage which
was more or less anyway just some static web pages.

So please welcome our new unified web and development site which you can
access by simply pointing your browser at

And in case you have already contributed to our project by submitting
bug or feature requests please feel free to create yourself an account
at our website. By having registered you allow us to more easily keep in
touch with you in case we have questions regarding your submitted
bug/feature report. In addition, as soon as you have registered to our
website you will be able to contribute to our website by using the wiki
engine or to track your submitted ticket under "My Reports". In
addition, by having registered you are able to submit bug reports with

So feel free to cheer with us on this new great web resource which will
hopefully make our development and communication with you more easy. And
in case you feel anything is missing please don't hesitate to point this
out to us.

Happy yamming,

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