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Amigaworld.net News   Aminet needs help: searching for freely distributable Amiga magazines
  Amigaworld.net News posted by cgutjahr on 10-Feb-2016 15:31:45 (203 reads)
A lot of older freely distributable software is still missing from Aminet. Some of it is preserved nicely on Public Domain disks or CD compilations easily available on the web - but a lot of it is rotting away on private hard disks, old, unmaintained ftp servers or forgotten websites. The Aminet team has been collecting dormant software and quietly adding it to the collection for nearly a decade now. Hunting down software is a rather time consuming process though, and many things can no longer be tracked down easily.

Our current focus is freely distributable magazines - diskmags, ASCII newsletters, free PDF documents - you name it, we want it. We have compiled a list of all the titles we have (note that not all of these are available for download yet), as you can see we're still missing a lot of these releases.

If any of you collectors out there can provide us with missing information or even supply some of the missing releases, we'd be very glad to hear from you.
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Events   CommVEx v12 website goes live!
  Events posted by RobertB on 10-Feb-2016 8:42:09 (74 reads)
The website for the July 30-31 Commodore Vegas Expo v12 2016 has gone live! Scroll through the different pages to see News, Presentations & Guests, Exhibits, Raffle, Vendor Info, Hotel Info, and Also in Vegas. Check back regularly for updates, additions, and corrections. Go to

http://www.portcommodore.com/commvex

Join the CommVEx discussion at

http://www.commodore.ca/forum/viewforum.php?f=6


Yes, that graphic in the banner needs correcting,
Robert Bernardo
organizer, Commodore Vegas Expo
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software OS4   ShowFiles (sf) updated to 0.981
  software OS4 posted by marko on 10-Feb-2016 0:33:03 (104 reads)
[img]http://www.m4rko.com/amiga/software/showfiles/gfx/ShowFiles-(sf)-0.981-preview.png[/img]

ShowFiles (sf) - 0.981

Download here: ShowFiles (sf)

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Amigaworld.net News   More indieGO! Games which will work also on Amiga Computers
  Amigaworld.net News posted by phoenixkonsole on 9-Feb-2016 19:12:02 (115 reads)
Hi,

we are glad to announce 2 more in-house productions for Amiga's and the indieGO!.

Next to Projekt Lila watch teaser here , we will release two more action games on CDROM (limited batch) and for download.

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News   Interview with Christoph Gutjahr
  News posted by Daff on 9-Feb-2016 6:24:38 (130 reads)
The magazine Obligement publish today an interview with Christoph Gutjahr, the german Amiga user behind two of the biggest website of the Amiga scene: amiga-news.de and Aminet.

Interview in english:
http://obligement.free.fr/articles_traduction/itwgutjahr_en.php

Interview in french:
http://obligement.free.fr/articles/itwgutjahr.php
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Amigaworld.net News   Odyssey Web Browser Endianess Bounty Open
  Amigaworld.net News posted by Raffaele on 8-Feb-2016 13:10:15 (2700 reads)
Hello dear fellows Amigans!

It took to me some amount of time to understand how to create Bounty on BountySource and I must first join Deadwood Odyssey Web Browser project on GitHub, in order to create an official ISSUE report, but at least I succeded.

(Without official issue report from developers site, BountySource does not start any bounty! Strange but true!)


Now Bounty is Open!


https://www.bountysource.com/issues/30646188-odyssey-web-browser-solve-ppc-webkit-javascript-engine-endianess-problems-inherited-from-webkit-x86

This is truly a call to arms for all us Amigans!

Donate to let developers being awarded for solve all endianess issues that afflict PPC Odyssey Web Browser Webkit Javascript Engine.

A browser flawlessly working is necessary condition to let PPC processors continue being used as productive desktop machines!

I created the bounty and just starting collecting money by donating the first 10 US$.

Now it is up to you to let our platform survive!

Donate! Donate! Donate!
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Software News   Results of the Amiga Games Award 2015
  Software News posted by Daff on 6-Feb-2016 6:25:33 (449 reads)
On February 6th 2016, the magazine Obligement announced the results of the Amiga Games Award 2015. This represents the best Amiga games voted by Amigans from all Amiga platforms.

AmigaOS 68k:
1. Zerosphere (Code Red / Alexander Grupe).
2. SQRXZ 3 (Retroguru).
3. Solomon's Key 2 (Oookami Games).

AmigaOS 4.x:
1. Wings Battlefield Ultimate Duel Edition (Cherry Darling).
2. Gorky 17 (Metropolis Software).
3. Swamp Defense 2 (AmiBoing/EntwicklerX).

MorphOS:
1. Wings Battlefield Ultimate Duel Edition (Cherry Darling).
2. Ask Me Up XXL (Boing Attitude :)).
3. Fruit'Y (Retroguru).

AROS:
1. Wings Battlefield Ultimate Duel Edition (Cherry Darling).
2. Fruit'Y (Retroguru).
3. L'Abbaye Des Morts (LocoMalito).

Website : http://obligement.free.fr/hitparade/award2015.php
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Amigaworld.net News   Former Commodore UK Bosses David Pleasance and Colin Proudfoot Join FriendUP
  Amigaworld.net News posted by danwood on 3-Feb-2016 16:45:46 (1648 reads)
The two former joint managing directors of Commodore UK have joined the new Amiga-inspired FriendUP platform.

After first meeting the Friend team at Amiga 30 in Amsterdam, both have been very impressed with the project and agreed to join as senior managers in the company. Colin is now CFO, with David becoming Director of International Sales and Marketing.

David and Colin were once the favourites to purchase the entire Amiga technology, after the downfall of Commodore in 1994. 21 years later, this is the first time the pair have worked together since Commodore.

FriendUP is a next generation web application technology for connecting users and developers to resources in a unifying way. The first product is an open source application called the Friend Unifying Platform, and takes many design decisions and concepts from the Amiga OS.

David Pleasance and Colin Proudfoot have recorded an interview with Dan Wood on Youtube, to explain why they wanted to be involved.

See the video here: https://youtu.be/T7Kng6icsbY
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Software News   Hollywood APK Compiler 1.0 released
  Software News posted by softwarefailure on 31-Jan-2016 10:54:55 (1362 reads)

Airsoft Softwair - the hardest working men in code business - are proud to present a brand new add-on for Hollywood 6.0: The Hollywood APK Compiler. This program does what many people were waiting for: It allows the conversion of Hollywood applets into stand-alone APK packages that can then be published on the Google Play Store or distributed in an other way. Once the Hollywood APK Compiler has been set up, the conversion of a Hollywood applet into an APK file takes only a few seconds. Additionally, the Hollywood APK Compiler can also install the generated APK file onto an Android device connected via USB.

The Hollywood APK Compiler is currently only available for the Microsoft Windows platform because it requires the Java SE Development Kit (JDK), Apache Ant and the Android SDK and NDK toolchains, all of which are available for free download on the web. Versions for Linux and Mac OS X might follow in the future but Amiga versions are impossible because of those dependencies. Hollywood 6.0 is also required.

The Hollywood APK Compiler comes with a convenient GUI that allows you to convert your Hollywood applets into stand-alone APK files with just a few mouse clicks. A detailed documentation of all the program's features is also included. The APKs generated by the Hollywood APK Compiler will run on all ARM-based Android devices that run at least Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread).

The program's license also allows you to sell the apps created by the Hollywood APK Compiler without any restrictions or royalties. So there is nothing stopping you from getting rich quickly with your Hollywood applets on the Google Play Store now! Programming and publishing for Android has really never been so easy!

So get ready for Android development and purchase the Hollywood APK Compiler now on the official Hollywood portal!



This release was brought to you by Airsoft Softwair - the hardest working men in code business.
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software OS4   New software releases by OnyxSoft
  software OS4 posted by Deniil715 on 31-Jan-2016 11:31:16 (490 reads)
OnyxSoft releases a an update to MPlayer-GUI with better support for LiveForIt's MPlayer.

MPlayer-GUI v1.60 - (OS4) GUI for MPlayer for OS4.

- Finally fixed the control panel arexx commands for those video drivers that has proper arexx handling implemented. Please not that not all versions of MPlayer or every video driver supports arexx commands, but this works with LiveForIt MPlayer and the comp modes at the very least, maybe other modes and versions too.

- Realtime control panel sliders for seeking and volume. It doesn't seek only after you let go of the slider, like before. Note: Not all video drivers supports it.

- MPlayer-GUI now gets the available audio and video drivers from MPlayer itself to make sure only available drivers are presented in the GUI. It does this by executing "mplayer -vo help -ao help". Please report if your video or audio driver selection is empty!!

- Added wpa video driver to default video drivers.

- Time display in the control panel.

- Fixed the unfreed signals on exit.

If you see a bug or have a suggestion, please don't hesitate to drop me an e-mail!
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