Now that we are a mere week away from travel day to Amiwest, I thought it would be a good idea to post the most recent information we have to date, concerning the show.
The information comes from multiple webpages and from AW thread postings.Amiwest President's blogThe AW thread with all available info consolidated in post #1The Broadcast information page
Amigakit, rep Mathew Leaman
AmiWest Webcast, rep Bill Borsari
Efficient by Design, rep Dave Morris
Amiga Games competition, rep Amiga Dave
Pagestream, rep Chuck Washburn
SACC, rep by club members
A-EON, rep Trevor Dickinson
AMUC and Software Development Professional, rep Steven Solie
Individual Computers, rep Jens Schoenfeld
Bit by Bit Software, rep Jamie Krueger
Hyperion Entertainment, rep Thomas and Hans-Joerg Frieden
REBOL Technologies, reps Carl & Cindy Sassenrath
Additional information on what the exhibitors will be bringing/demonstrating:
Amigakit and AMUC, the Amiga Users Group of Calgary, will have at least two SAM460ex computers up and running demonstrations of the latest OS 4.1 version at AmiWest 2010.
This year I will be showing MorphOS2.5 or 2.6 (if released in time) on four different computers
Please see AW thread for details about what Dave is bringing to demonstrate and info on this year's game competition.
Trevor Dickinson, Director, A-EON Technology CVBA, will be the Saturday night banquet speaker.
The Frieden brothers to attend AmiWest 2010:
Thomas and Hans-Joerg Frieden will be attending AmiWest 2010 with a working X1000 in tow. We'll all get to see this new Amiga computer for its first-ever showing in the United States at AmiWest!
Bit by Bit Software:
I plan to release the newest version of AVD's SDK Browser (version 2.0) at the show, and will be demonstrating many of it's new features.
I will also be on hand to answer any questions about the restarting of AVD/FreeAVD's development.
Carl Sassenrath to attend AmiWest 2010:
Carl Sassenrath, Amiga guru and REBOL designer, will be in attendance at AmiWest 2010. In the works is a version of REBOL 3 running on the SAM 440 that Carl has in his possession.
I'm the only one that is coding AMC.
Unfortunatly I cannot be present at AmiWest but there is a chance that the AMC demo will be there (finger crossed)
Dave Morris (aka amigadave) is sponsoring an Amiga games competition at AmiWest on Sunday afternoon.
Classic clinic (diagnostics/repair):
The Classic Clinic was very popular at AmiWest 2009, so we're bringing it back for AmiWest 2010. It will be held on Friday 22 October 2010: 5 PM 'til whenever we're done.
We will have at least three technicians to diagnose and repair any difficulties with "classic Amiga" (i.e., Commodore/Escom/Amiga Technologies) hardware. Bring your classic machines and enjoy free food (while it lasts) and great camaraderie.
Courtesy of amigaprez:
Here is our AmiWest 2010 seminar schedule.
This year, our video stream to the internet, including these seminars, is being recorded for future reference. If successful, we hope to publish this in DVD format for an as-yet-to-be-determined contribution to AmiWest.
Our expert presenters in past years have had more than enough to fill all available time so we are scheduling fewer seminars with larger time slots.
Things are always subject to change, but here is what we have so far.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
11 AM - A-EON and the X1000
1 PM - Carl Sassenrath and REBOL R3 for OS4.
2 PM - Carl continued
3 PM - Steven Solie, Modern Amiga Programming
"This seminar will explore the latest AmigaOS API in the areas where
things have changed from the pre-4.x days. I also plan to show
some of the latest Amiga API changes and how you can save time
by using these new APIs."
4 PM - Steven continued, SAM 460ex
5 PM - Show floor closes for banquet preparations.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
11 AM - Jaimie Krueger, Bit by Bit Software
1 PM - A-EON and the X1000
2 PM - A-EON/Hyperion, Q & A session
3 PM - Amiga Games competition
4 PM - Competition, continued.
4:45 - Grand prizes awarded
5 PM - AmiWest 2010 closes until 2011
I may have my hands full doing updates, so please refer to the AW thread linked at top, just in case.
All information is subject to change.