Geeze, ssolie..you know I like and respect you, except when this comes out..really - give it a rest. On the one hand, asking 'who is coming with MOS systems/software/demos/etc?' is great, really.
But of course, that wouldn't be 'enough.' You seemingly can't leave it at something that might be a *positive*, instead bringing in your 'fascination' with some numbers around MOS/who's getting it, and it turns into a slam and goading instead.
If you have *real* interest, then ask it, but really, this just keeps going over the top. I don't even *post* on MZ, and it's obvious to me and many others, the same 'theme' is prevalent - some level of technical or other interest, but overshadowed by seeming 'offenses' or digs that you can't leave alone. You posted an apology, but *still* can't simply leave some things alone.
Meh. As I may yet be attending this thing, I'd be happy to bring my Peg 2 with both OS4 and MOS on it, but I don't own the latest MOS yet, and I'd be a poor candidate to 'show it off.' Sorry. I may bring it and slap a MOS sticker on it just to see if it makes you turn colors or something.
Why not start TWO threads, and be *nice* in one of them, just asking for people with MOS systems to come to the show? And a second, for your trolling and snide comments, which really *should* be beneath you.. this is actually getting kind of embarrassing.
Back to lurk mode I go. I hope we will see some MOS folks in attendance, if I make it or not.Quote:
Does anybody plan to bring MorphOS to AmiWest 2009 and what do you plan to show off?
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I already have my 1.5GHz G4 PPC MacMini (so no need to send me one) and plans to attend AmiWest again this year with my Efika running what ever the current version of MorphOS is at that time, but I would love to show a beta of MorphOS3.0 on my MacMini at the show if the public release is not finished yet.
I'll certainly volunteer to show either a beta of 3.0, or the real thing in finished form at AmiWest 2009.
Tim & Chris are you ready for another road trip? Maybe we will take Tim's car this time (and I promise not to take it off-roading and hit any rocks this time).
Looks like about 500 licenses are sold so far at say 150 EUR a pop means Ralph Schmidt has taken in 75,000 EUR which is getting close to $100,000 USD. After deductions for used Mac hardware and such I'd think the MorphOS Team can easily afford to make a showing at AmiWest 2009. So how about it?