Paladin of the Pegasos
Posts: 1116 from 2012/11/10
From: Manchester, UK/GB
retrolinuz wrote: For an office suite, we have several cloud options
Don't forget that there is Folio, which is a great idea, and I can't wait for André Siegel to come up with a replacement/improvement for that idea, which I hope he already has as a W.I.P made some progress on?
For me it's not prudent to hand-off your own digital documents to some "cloud" area and trust an enterprise that just wants to make money from as many people as they can. I just don't trust such commercial ventures.Quote:
Zylesea wrote: I still favour something like oulined about 10 years ago:
https://via.i-networx.de/q86.htm - QBox reloaded, ABox legacy with 68k JIT.
Wow indeed Ulrich, nice article though.
I'd like to see an Amiga based system take the plunge and migrate to either x86 or ARM or even to Raspberry Pi hardware if it can offer sufficient "grunt" for a future long-term benefit.
A Raspberry Pi would be the ultimate (for now) MorphOS-Mini, and it's already a known piece of hardware for many Amiga users, as well as other flavours of OS, with quad core and 64 bit processing, built in HD GFX so what's not to like about it, as long as it would work out to be compatible with 68k and PPC software running within the OS framework?
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