• Just looking around
    Posts: 10 from 2011/6/2

    > The final sale was for all of Commodore's intellectual properties, and certain
    inventories. Hembach had nothing to do with it.

    With that said... there did seem to be "morons on our team", as the old comedy routine goes. I suppose it's possible, maybe even likely, that the documentation, the German translations, or something of that ilk got screwed up in the sale paperwork of Commodore/Amiga to Escom. But that was the end of it all... once Commodore was sold, the liquidation was complete... there was no entity other than Escom that could have retained the rights to the AmigaOS.
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