Yes, thanks for remembering the name of James and his Son Kevin Nakakihara. Kevin was the winner of the Amiga Game Competition and should already have his license key for MorphOS2.6 donated by the MorphOS Development Team, as he sent me a copy of the registration email he received after running the RegTool and I forwarded it back to the Dev. Team with a message telling them that this was the winner of the Amiga Game Competition who should get their license for free from the Team.
I finally found Alan Swithenbank's email address and contacted him regarding his free MorphOS2.6 license to be paid for by pampers (thanks again) who had offered to donate a license to the winner of the G4 PowerMac raffle. He has been busy and hasn't had time to install a second hard drive inside his G4 PowerMac, as he wants to keep the MacOS9.2.2 & 10.2.6 installation untouched and use a completely separate hard drive for his MorphOS2.6 installation. He and pampers should be working out the details of getting him registered very shortly.
Congratulations again to both winners, Kevin for his talented game play was able to become the proud owner of the 1.25GHz G4 eMac w/registered MorphOS2.6, MacOSX, Airport card, Bluetooth module, 2gb RAM, all for the grand price of his $5 game competition entry fee. Quite a bargain! Kevin, if you visit this site and see this message, please introduce yourself and let us know how you are enjoying your eMac and MorphOS2.6. I want to make sure you get the most out of your new experience.
Alan Swithenbank was the last buyer of any raffle tickets and purchased 5 tickets for $20 (instead of 1 ticket for $5) and minutes later was the new owner of the Dual 1.25GHz G4 PowerMac tower w/ATI 9000Pro 64mb VRAM video card, 120gb hdd, 2gb RAM, Avid Meridian audio/video editing software and breakout boxes & PCI cards and cables. Again at a great bargain price of his $20 worth of raffle tickets.
@jmarcos & Papiosaur,
Thanks for the kind words, but don't make too much of anything I have done. I am just trying to support the MorphOS2.x community in any way that I can and wish I could do more. Maybe next year I will improve my programming skills enough to actually contribute some code.
I will try to talk you into going again (like I have for the past two years), but I get tired of hearing NO after a while and didn't want to bother you more than I thought I already had. It would be great if you could make it to next year's show and we always have a good time, even during the drive up and back. So, keep your schedule open for next year and save up what ever money you think you will need for the trip there and back. Then surprise me next year and start bugging me some time in late August or early September, about going to the show, and you, myself, Tim, Chris and maybe Thomas and one or two others, will all make the trip up there together. The hotel where the show was held this year was 1000% better than where they held the show the last few years and the Hampton Suites Inn next door has very nice rooms too, so that is encouraging that we should have the same nice place for the show next year.
[ Edited by amigadave On 2010/11/12 13:17 ]
MorphOS - The best Next Gen Amiga choice.