Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 413 from 2008/8/10
> Hyperion sold them the rights
I think they rather licensed the rights to them or sold them a license
> iComp are practically the only company still in speaking terms with Hyperion.
Even if true, the Manomio incident happened as long as 8 years ago.
> If Jens himself has bought Commodore rights from Hyperion too,
> he'd be in very deep doo-doo.
That's why he licensed from another company
Slow day and just trying to clarify some history here.
As you know from my prior details posted about Manomio and IAmiga, this was about Amiga perceived rights.
In reviewing this thread, however, I keep seeing the references to the Commodore kernel as being central to the dispute.
Do you have any information/link to support this?
I've seen such an allegation on another site, but also with no source. Upon contact, this poster also had no recollection of where this information might have come from.
I'm only talking about the Hyperion connection obviously. Manomio's issues with the app store and anything about their demise is a different topic..
If you know anything about this, I'd appreciate being filled in for sake of history. Thanks.