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Re: A-EON OS?
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@geennaam

You cannot sell this to me. I'm not your customer.

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Mr Bobo Cornwater
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Re: A-EON OS?
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@geennaam

There are already perfectly viable AmigaOS alternatives out there for those that don't mind not using the real one:

AROS
MorphOS

Neither of them are ofc interesting to me personally, nor will this new one be. Because that is all it will ever be to me, "just another one". And this forum will not be turned into an alt AmigaOS-ish website.

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Re: Amiga Developer Blog
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@Steady

Don't bother, some people are simply hellbent om causing splits and problems in the community.

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Re: Amiga Developer Blog
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@amigakit

Yes you already made clear that you wanted to continue on the stubborn shit move path. You know, the stuff this community really need so much more of. So please, do continue to be part of the problems. Kudos to you.

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Re: Amiga Developer Blog
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@amigakit

So it'll continue on the stubborn shit move path then, great.

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Re: Amiga Developer Blog
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@Steady

+1

I agree completely. Stubbornly refusing to rename their stuff to end the confusion is just shitty.

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Re: Hyperion made new little update - part 2
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Locking this thread. Use the "Too hot to handle"-forum if you want to continue this discussion.

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Mr Bobo Cornwater
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Re: I see OS4Depot is down
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@NinjaCyborg

I am? For what?

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Re: I see OS4Depot is down
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@NinjaCyborg

Or perhaps the logical conclusion wasn't that "they've had buggered up the config" but that something else had happened.

You know the conclusion someone sane would draw from the known facts:

- People were experiencing new problems.
- The dns config hadn't been touched for years.

Or I guess one could start talking about hallucinations to try to refute the known facts. Like any 'sane' person would do.

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Re: I see OS4Depot is down
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The dns config hasn't been touched for years.

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Re: IRC down?
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Restarted it.

Still no one that wants to take over hosting it? Perhaps with a more up to date ircd as well. I'd be happy to redirect the dns entries.

I don't use irc any more so I don't notice when it goes down.

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Re: IRC down?
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@pjs

Might be related to this:

Quote:

Hi,

we would like to inform you about an upcoming emergency maintenance in our Datacenter Strasbourg (EU).
This maintenance is necessary after the outage on October 14th in order to further optimize the quality and actuality of our infrastructure.

The maintenance will be carried out in the night from Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 to Friday between 10PM until 6AM CEST.
(For our international customers: CEST/Central European Summer Time = UTC +2)

During this time we expect a one-time network interruption of between 5 - 10 minutes.

For further questions, please use the support ticket system in panel or contact our customer service by phone.

Thank you for your time and understanding.

Your Support Team


But again, if someone wants to host the IRC server, or rather, an IRC server then I'd be happy to redirect the hostnames there.

The current IRC server is running a really really old version and hasn't been updated for years.

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Re: IRC down?
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@pjs

Yeah sorry, forgot to start it up again.

I don't really use IRC myself any more so I don't really notice when it's missing unfortunately.

Perhaps it would be better if the irc deamon was handled by someone that actually uses IRC.

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Re: IRC down?
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More info:

Quote:

Hello,

Thank you for your request.

Want to let you know that our DC technicians are still checking all the VPS nodes in a row because of the yesterdays outage.
We will let you know once the hostnodes will back to the production mode, so you will be able to check your server and
escalate any problems for a further troubleshooting.

As you probably already know, at 5pm (CEST) 14.10.2020 there was a power failure in a section of our datacenter SXB, which was caused by an error in the UPS (Uninterruptible power supply).In the meantime we switched the UPS into a bypass.The affected servers will be restarted step by step. Therefore it may take some time in individual cases until your product is available again.We are working with highest priority to make the services available again. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this.

Regards,
Technical Support Team

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Mr Bobo Cornwater
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Re: IRC down?
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Message from the service provider:

Quote:

SXB datacenter disruption

In our European datacenter SXB there was a malfunction which may have affected the reachability of your server.

Our technicians work with the highest priority to get the remaining systems up and running again.

We apologize for the inconvenience. Please do not hesitate to open a ticket with us in case further support is required.



Affects OS4Depot as well as IRC server.

Just relax and wait for it to sort itself out.

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Re: Company<->User communication...Is it still a thing today?
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@328gts

No it did not, check the free for all forum.

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Re: Company<->User communication...Is it still a thing today?
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@Skateman

Beta testers are NDA bound and aren't allowed to decide what is okey or not to divulge on their own.

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Re: IRC down?
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irc.amigans.net, irc.orgin.biz and se2.amigaworld.net is actually the same server. Or that's the idea anyway. I don't have access to the amigaworld dns settings so they may be incorrectly configured.

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Re: IRC down?
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irc.amigans.net should be up now.

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Re: Company<->User communication...Is it still a thing today?
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@Raziel

Yeah this obsession about sticking with PPC is just ridiculous. It won't get this anywhere else than to stupidly expensive and quirky hardware. This was plain obvious 20 years ago and it's hilariously obvious now.

x86 or ARM would be the obvious choice. I mean, imagine running AmigaOS4 on a Raspberry PI and the exposure that could give.

If it's so damn important to keep developing hardware in the community then I'm sure there would be lots of business cases you can go for in the arm space, whereas there's practically none in the ppc sphere.

No I don't give a shit if that breaks all existing OS4 software. Either you go somewhere or you go nowhere.


Edited by orgin on 2020/10/9 11:44:45
Edited by orgin on 2020/10/9 13:27:07
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