Amiga Future monthly News September 2013

Date 1-Oct-2013 9:35:22
Topic: News

Amiga Future issue 104 released

The English and German issue 104 (September/October 2013) of the print magazine Amiga Future has been distributed today, and can also be ordered directly from the editorial office of Amiga Future, and the other Amiga dealers that stock the magazine.

Since issue 94, the Amiga Future magazines have been printed in full colour.

Mag Content:
*Amiga Scene
*Review Fastview
*Review Aeros for Pi
*Review NetBSD, and so much more ... if you haven't already, get your collectible copy ordered today!

A more detailed description of the contents and previews of this issue can be found at the Amiga Future magazine homepage... (Please click 'Read more')


Amiga Future Everywhere riddles

As with every issue, I also updated the issue index.
In the issue index all articles of the Amiga Future issue are listed. By doing this, I noticed the clerical mistake of an editor. In two screenshots you can see the Everywhere Projekt (Phase 1) at beta test!

Who has also noticed it?
Send me an email with the page number and the exact place the mistake was found, you have until September 20th:

You can win a half-year subscription to the Amiga Future!
Amiga Future Everywhere testers, programmers, Illustrators, musicians & Company members are not eligible.

Amiga Future: AmiJAM Gallery online

On the Amiga Future Webpage you will find the AmiJAM 2013 Gallery online.

Thanks to Trevor for the photos.

We are looking for assistance for the Amiga Future magazine. We are particularly looking for an editor with sufficient experience as an Amiga user.
Interested? Get in touch with the Amiga Future editors.

You should have the following:
- An Amiga
- Fundamental knowledge of Amiga
- Very good spelling in your native language (German or English!)
- Experience in writing a test report
- And of course, time and interest

We are also looking for translators for the magazine.
German -> English
English -> German

You should speak your native tongue (German or English) to a high standard plus have a good command of both grammar and spelling, while also understanding the other language fairly well.

And of course, you should also understand what you translate. So basic knowledge using an Amiga is needed in each case.

We are also looking for assistance for the Amiga Future homepage.

We want to expand the download area of the Amiga Future homepage. Especially the area with the full versions. For this, we need users to test the full versions, take screenshots, and write a short description and system requirements.

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