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Re: Amiga38 Germany
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By the way...

there is one table available again due to a cancellation.

So if you are interested in taking part as an exhibitor please get in touch. And if you would need a room we can also support

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Amiga38 Germany
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Hey all,

this weekend starts the Amiga38 Germany (6th and 7th October) in Mönchengladbach!

www.amigaevent.de

Some of our special guests will be Trevor Dickinson, Chris Hülsbeck, Dave Haynie, Camilla Boemann, Beth Richards, David Pleasance and many more!

About 50 exhibitors will show the latest developments in the Amiga world; get news about the Tabor Board and the PPC laptop, see the roadmap of AmigaOS Classic, be around at the Reshoot Proxima Release Party and be surrounded by 800 Amigans from all over the world!

If you are interested in the biggest Amiga show in the world get your tickets now - just send us an email to info@amigaevent.de

Hope to see many of you at the Amiga38!

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Re: Amiga38 Community Award
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So, last chance to express a little thank you by your nomination for the Amiga38 Community Award!

Whose achievements in the last 12 months in the Amiga area did you like the most?

Please send to info@amigaevent.de or just post here!

Thank you!

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Amiga38 Community Award
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*Amiga38 Community Award*

We would like to continue our small tradition: As already at Amiga34 in Neuss and also at Amiga37 in Mönchengladbach, a Community Award is to be presented again this year at Amiga38 on October 6 and 7.

- What is the Community Award?

A small award and a thank you to the developer(s), programmer(s), musician(s), dealer(s) or other person(s)/group(s) from the Amiga scene whose developments / achievements between about mid-2022 and mid-2023 have particularly impressed and pleased you.

In the past we have noticed that it was quite difficult to compare the achievements with each other - therefore we would like to introduce three categories this year:

1. hardware developments
2. software/games
3. other

- How does the voting work?

First of all, we are collecting suggestions from now on - on a1k, Facebook and various other platforms! Suggestions can be posted directly here in the forum or sent to us by email to info@amigaevent.de.

For suggestions, we ask for the following information:

- Name + nickname if applicable
- category
- Reason for nomination

From the beginning of August, the voting part will start among all the candidates proposed
until then. Here, everyone can vote per category. We will then announce the link to the voting here and allow voting until mid-September. From 16 September, the evaluation will be finished - current interim results will not be visible, but we will give small hints and updates from time to time.

- When will the awards be presented?

The first place winner of each category will be announced at the Amiga38 and of course afterwards also published on all common Amiga sites.

- What do the three first place winners receive?

On the one hand a trophy, on the other hand a small amount of money for a nice evening with the team or friends or family.

- Sponsored by a1k.org - what does that mean?

The a1k forum is one of the most important and most active forum in the Amiga area. The a1k forum has always supported the previous Amiga events intensively and is represented on site with numerous members every time and is once again a great motivator, also for the realisation of the Amiga38. The Community Award will also be supported by the forum in the form of financial donations, which will be collected there.

I am looking forward to many suggestions, a lively participation and your support! Thank you very much!

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Amiga38 Community Award
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*Amiga38 Community Award*

We would like to continue our small tradition: As already at Amiga34 in Neuss and also at Amiga37 in Mönchengladbach, a Community Award is to be presented again this year at Amiga38 on October 6 and 7.

- What is the Community Award?

A small award and a thank you to the developer(s), programmer(s), musician(s), dealer(s) or other person(s)/group(s) from the Amiga scene whose developments / achievements between about mid-2022 and mid-2023 have particularly impressed and pleased you.

In the past we have noticed that it was quite difficult to compare the achievements with each other - therefore we would like to introduce three categories this year:

1. hardware developments
2. software/games
3. other

- How does the voting work?

First of all, we are collecting suggestions from now on - on a1k, Facebook and various other platforms! Suggestions can be posted directly here in the forum or sent to us by email to info@amigaevent.de.

For suggestions, we ask for the following information:

- Name + nickname if applicable
- category
- Reason for nomination

From the beginning of August, the voting part will start among all the candidates proposed
until then. Here, everyone can vote per category. We will then announce the link to the voting here and allow voting until mid-September. From 16 September, the evaluation will be finished - current interim results will not be visible, but we will give small hints and updates from time to time.

- When will the awards be presented?

The first place winner of each category will be announced at the Amiga38 and of course afterwards also published on all common Amiga sites.

- What do the three first place winners receive?

On the one hand a trophy, on the other hand a small amount of money for a nice evening with the team or friends or family.

- Sponsored by a1k.org - what does that mean?

The a1k forum is one of the most important and most active forum in the Amiga area. The a1k forum has always supported the previous Amiga events intensively and is represented on site with numerous members every time and is once again a great motivator, also for the realisation of the Amiga38. The Community Award will also be supported by the forum in the form of financial donations, which will be collected there.

I am looking forward to many suggestions, a lively participation and your support! Thank you very much!

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Amiga38 Germany - 6th and 7th October 2023
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Hey guys,

just wanted to share that the Amiga38 Germany takes place on the 6th and 7th October 2023.

Ticket sales have started on Sunday, 14th May at www.amigaevent.de/ticket

Here the news about the show:

On Sunday, May 14, 2023 the ticket sale for Amiga38 has started with a few minutes delay shortly after 8pm!
Amiga38 is expected to be the biggest Amiga show worldwide again this year - despite several old and new Amiga events - and welcome guests and visitors from all over the world.

The visitors can look forward to three main topics, which will be in the foreground during the one and a half days - on the one hand we want to pay tribute to the legendary and insanely active demo scene and have some more musical and informal contributions to this besides the Demo Contest brought to life by the Apollo Team.
Our second main topic will be the AmigaOS and its current development team - who is actually behind the development of AmigaOS3.2? Part of the team will be present with their own booth at Amiga38 and will be available for questions and answers. Camilla Boemann will travel from Denmark and hold a stage presentation on behalf of the team.
Furthermore we want to give Commodore's console, the Amiga CD32, more attention, especially since it celebrates its 30th birthday this year. Beacon of hope or stillborn? What was the plan behind the console? What would have happened if Commodore had been more liquid at the time of release? These and other questions will also be addressed in October - as a special guest we could win Beth Richard from the USA. Beth Richard worked as an engineer at Commodore from 1991 until her retirement in April 1994.
She was designer of the Grace chip and the CDTV-CR that used it; of the MPEG-4000 that was the prototype for the CD32 FMV cartridge, one of the three designers of the Akiko chip in the CD32 and the main designer of the CD1200 prototype.

Other well-known names who have already confirmed their participation include Petro Tyschtschenko, who already celebrated his 80th birthday in April, David Pleasance and Dave Haynie.

For Amiga38, besides the day tickets at 27,50 Euro, appropriately named "Passierschein A38", there are of course again day tickets including table (for 40,- Euro), as well as tickets for the Pre-Opening and Get Together on Friday evening (after the exhibitors have been set up, a first tour is possible, in addition there will be snacks and drinks from 8 pm, as well as a stage program including a Reshoot Proxima release party) at 59,- Euro.
Additionally, there are some ticket combos with discounts, as well as free tickets for children and teenagers up to and including 16 years. As experience shows that some categories will be sold out quickly, it makes sense to secure your ticket in time.

Questions about the tickets or other topics concerning the Amiga38 can be sent to info@amigaevent.de.

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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As there have been technical issues today we extended the voting until tomorrow evening! Sorry for the troubles!

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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Last reminder for the Amiga37 Community Award voting!

If you´d like to take part please give your vote at

www.amigaevent.de/vote

Thank you!

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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@walkero

AAA Technology is some kind of a joint venture of Amigakit, A-Eon and Amedia Computer.

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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Hey guys,

please keep voting to get a representative result

www.amigaevent.de/vote

And just to let you know:

There will be X5040 systems on sale by AAA Technology at the Amiga37

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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If there are some of you interested in tickets for the Amiga37:

We made the last ones available at our ticket shop now for Saturday and the Setpatch Party!

www.amigaevent.de/ticket

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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@rjd324

There are still tickets left for Sunday in the ticket shop.

And we have a last 10 Tickets for Saturday but only on request by email.

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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So let the votes begin 😉

With a little delay we start the voting for the Amiga37 Community Award today!

Please vote diligently so that we get a representative result.

The voting takes place on https://amigaevent.de/vote.

Feel free to share and spread the link.

You have to be logged in to vote, so we can make sure that there is no manipulation. We will also check the IP.

Voting will run from now until 30 September 2022 at 23:59.

Three votes can be cast; the person(s) placed 1st will receive 5 points, 2nd place three points and 3rd place one point.

Thank you for your participation!
We are already very excited about the results!

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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Hi everybody,

today we share the final exhibitor list of the Amiga37.
Minor changes can still happen but nevertheless we have an impressive lineup at the show:

A1200.net
ACube Systems
A-Eon TEchnology
Aged Code Studio
Alinea Computer
Amedia Computer
Amigakit
Amikit
Amiberry
Amitopia / AmiTube
Andy Brenner (Mister / Amiga Germany Fanzine)
APC&TCP
Apollo Team
Arananet
BitBeamCannon
Consolekabels
CS-Lab
David Pleasance
Double Sided Games
Enterlogic
Facot 5
Francois Lionet / AOZ Studio
Golden Code
Graeme Cowie
HomeComputerMuseum
Individual Computers
John Hertell
KryoFlux
Lavago
Logical Byte
Look behind you
Lukas Remis
Marvin Droogsma Retro8BitShop.com
Plakativ Druck
Michael Borrmann
My Retro Computer
Plexilaser
Poly.Play
Relec
RetroEZ
Return Magazin
Richard Löwenstein
Stephen Fletcher / Wavem Studios
Stephen Jones / Imica
The Bifrost Project
Uni-Joy
Virtual Dimension
Wolfsoft

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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Please find attached the updated nominees for the Amiga37 Community Award:

*** Matze - Matthias Heinrichs - diverse Hardwareentwicklungen
*** mattymuc - Matthias - USB Karten, Cherry Amiga Keyboard
*** mntmn - Lukas Hartmann - ZZ900AX
*** halbvier - Support Amiga Ersatzteile
*** thorfdbg - Aktive Entwicklung und Pflege P96 und MU Tools, Treiberpflege/Entwicklung Cybervision 643D, Retina, Merlin, Viona und weiterer RTG Grafikkarten
*** DJCook - Zusammenbau Hardwareerweiterungen
*** NovaCoder - Zahlreiche Ports (z.B. Duke Nukem, Ultima7 Exult, Doom) alter Klassiker für hochgerüstete Amigas
*** ChuckyGang - John Hertell - ReAmiga Platinen, Aufbau der TerribleFires und ReBlizzards
*** DigitalKeeper - Hardwarereparaturen
*** AmigaOS3.2 Entwicklerteam - Realisierung von OS3.2
*** phx - Frank Wille - Compiler + Games
*** AgedCode - Entwicklung Aquabyss
*** ElrondMcBong - Akiko32
*** Alf24 & Transi - Cherry Amiga Keyboard
*** Muzza - Turrican2 AGA Version
*** Kefir - Jump! AGA
*** Claude Schwarz - PiStorm
*** Michal Schulz - Emu68
*** Stephen Leary - Terrible Fire
*** juen (EAB) - Pawel Nowak - imp3
*** AgentSmith - Technischer Support a1k-Forum
*** Amiga Future Team - Alle helfenden Hände hinter dem Magazin, Shop, Website etc.
*** Richard Löwenstein - Reshoot, Amiga Joker
*** Graeme Cowie - McGeezer - (Rygar AGA, Super Sprint, Bomb Jack Beer Edition, Devil's Temple aka Kung Fu Master)
*** Morgan Just Games - Jamie Morgan - Jeden 2. Freitagabend live playthrough und gaming
*** Pitt Rock - Martin Becker - Amiga Germany Fanzine
*** Frank H aus L - Amiga Reparaturen & Support
*** AmigaBill - LiveStreams + allgemeiner Support
*** Oliver Roberts - WarpDT, IBrowse, AmiSSL und YAM
*** Michael Borrmann - steril707 - Inviyya
*** Tony Aksnes - Allgemeiner Support bei der Realisierung diverser Amiga Games
*** Andreas Magerl - Leitung APC&TCP, Amiga Future
*** Edgar Schwan - AmiCygnix
*** Janne Heiskanen - hese - AGA3000+ und A4000TX
*** Marvin Droogsma - Amiga-Händler, allg. Support der Amiga Plattform
*** Paulee Alex Bow - Contributor to the Amiga music scene, supporter of diversity and the LGBTQ+ community within the Amiga community
*** Stephen Jones - Checkmate cases + monitors
*** Doug Compton (10 MARC) - Organizer of the annual Amiga Artwork competition and the 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast
*** bebbo - gcc Crosscompiler
*** Ian Ford - Amiga Games (u.a. Knightmare)
*** John Girvin - Nivrig Games - Turbo Tomato
*** Dennis Pauler - Virtual Dimension
*** Roman Kargin, 'kas1e' - for his work and help on different AmigaOS4 projects (Odyssey and various 3D components)
*** Daniel Jedlicka, 'trixie' - Rave (audio editor), and for his blog Rear Window
*** George Sokianos, 'walkero' - Getting the OS4 SDK up to date, Amigans.net website, MediaVault
*** Nicola und Tony Caulfield - The Gaming Chronicles Episode 1
*** Kevin Saunders - Boss Machine, Reshoot Proxima III, Art Contest
*** Paul Kitching - Graphics and support for many Amiga Projects (Amiga37, a1200.net, Checkmate...)
*** Dimitris Panakostas - Amiberry
*** Arne von Boehn - vielleicht jüngster Spieleentwickler in der Amiga-Szene (Apollo Spaceinvaders, Apollo Blocks)
*** Toni Wilen - WinUAE
*** Matthias Münch - Hardware Entwicklungen, über 20 Jahre amigaworld.de und Betreuung des OS4 Forums
*** Bartman - vscode-amiga-debug Toolchain (GCC12 Cross-Compiler, Editor-Plugin, Debugger und angepasstem Emulator)
*** Jochen Feldkötter - Virgill - AmigaKlang

If you´d like to make further suggestions please send them to info@amigaevent.de by 31 July at the latest.

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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Hi everybody,

please have a look at our exhibitors at the Amiga37 (more to be announced in a week):

A1200.net
A-Eon TEchnology
Alinea Computer
Amedia Computer
Amigakit
Amikit
Amiberry
Andy Brenner (Mister / Amiga Germany Fanzine)
APC&TCP
Apollo Team
BitBeamCannon
Consolekabels
CS-Lab
Enterlogic
Francois Lionet / AOZ Studio
Golden Code
Graeme Cowie
HomeComputerMuseum
Individual Computers
John Hertell
KryoFlux
Lavago
Logical Byte
Lukas Remis
Marvin Droogsma Retro8BitShop.com
Plakativ Druck
Michael Borrmann
My Retro Computer
Plexilaser
Poly.Play
Relec
RetroEZ
Return Magazin
Richard Löwenstein
Stephen Jones / Imica
Uni-Joy
Virtual Dimension
Wolfsoft

Looking forward to meet you there!

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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There are a few tickets available again, also for Saturday!

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Re: Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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@Skateman

If you also need a ticket for Saturday let me know.

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Amiga37 Germany 15th and 16th October 2022
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Hi guys,

it seems that there is no thread yet here on amigans.net about the Amiga37 Germany in October this year.

So let me share some information here:

After the successful Amiga30, Amiga32 and Amiga34 it´s finally time for the fourth big Amiga show in Germany - taking place on the 15th and 16th October in Mönchengladbach this time.

Yes we changed location to the "Kunstwerk" as it offers us some more opportunities and of course more space.

While we were limited to about 70 tables and 520 visitors the number have increased to more than 100 tables, two floors and 750 visitors.

There are already about 45 exhibitors registered and already about 650 tickets gone for the Saturday!

Right now there are only tickets available for the Sunday at our shop but if you´d like a ticket for Saturday please drop us a message to info@amigaevent.de

In the future we will offer another batch of tickets for Saturday nad keep you updated.

We are aiming for the biggest Amiga only event since about 20 years - so just join us!

Just have a look at our website at www.amigaevent.de (which has to be updated of course!).

Furthermore I´d like to inform you about the Amiga37 Community Award!

We are going to give a small award and a thank you to the developer(s), programmer(s), musician(s), dealer(s) or other person(s)/group(s) from the Amiga scene whose developments / achievements in 2021 and 2022 have particularly impressed and pleased you.

Please send us your suggestions until 31st July to info@amigaevent.de

This is the current list of those proposed so far (sorry for the German comments):
*** Matze - Matthias Heinrichs - diverse Hardwareentwicklungen
*** mattymuc - Matthias - USB Karten, Cherry Amiga Keyboard
*** mntmn - Lukas Hartmann - ZZ900AX
*** halbvier - Support Amiga Ersatzteile
*** thorfdbg - Aktive Entwicklung und Pflege P96 und MU Tools, Treiberpflege/Entwicklung Cybervision 643D, Retina, Merlin, Viona und weiterer RTG Grafikkarten
*** DJCook - Zusammenbau Hardwareerweiterungen
*** NovaCoder - Zahlreiche Ports (z.B. Duke Nukem, Ultima7 Exult, Doom) alter Klassiker für hochgerüstete Amigas
*** ChuckyGang - John Hertell - ReAmiga Platinen, Aufbau der TerribleFires und ReBlizzards
*** DigitalKeeper - Hardwarereparaturen
*** AmigaOS3.2 Entwicklerteam - Realisierung von OS3.2
*** phx - Frank Wille - Compiler + Games
*** AgedCode - Entwicklung Aquabyss
*** ElrondMcBong - Akiko32
*** Alf24 & Transi - Cherry Amiga Keyboard
*** Muzza - Turrican2 AGA Version
*** Kefir - Jump! AGA
*** Claude Schwarz - PiStorm
*** Michal Schulz - Emu68
*** Stephen Leary - Terrible Fire
*** juen (EAB) - Pawel Nowak - imp3
*** AgentSmith - Technischer Support a1k-Forum
*** Amiga Future Team - Alle helfenden Hände hinter dem Magazin, Shop, Website etc.
*** Richard Löwenstein - Reshoot, Amiga Joker
*** Graeme Cowie - McGeezer - (Rygar AGA, Super Sprint, Bomb Jack Beer Edition, Devil's Temple aka Kung Fu Master)
*** Morgan Just Games - Jamie Morgan - Jeden 2. Freitagabend live playthrough und gaming
*** Pitt Rock - Martin Becker - Amiga Germany Fanzine
*** Frank H aus L - Amiga Reparaturen & Support
*** AmigaBill - LiveStreams + allgemeiner Support
*** Oliver Roberts - WarpDT, IBrowse, AmiSSL und YAM
*** Michael Borrmann - steril707 - Inviyya
*** Tony Aksnes - Allgemeiner Support bei der Realisierung diverser Amiga Games
*** Andreas Magerl - Leitung APC&TCP, Amiga Future
*** Edgar Schwan - AmiCygnix
*** Janne Heiskanen - hese - AGA3000+ und A4000TX
*** Marvin Droogsma - Amiga-Händler, allg. Support der Amiga Plattform
*** Paulee Alex Bow - Contributor to the Amiga music scene, supporter of diversity and the LGBTQ+ community within the Amiga community
*** Stephen Jones - Checkmate cases
*** Doug Compton (10 MARC) - Organizer of the annual Amiga Artwork competition and the 10 Minute Amiga Retro Cast
*** bebbo - gcc Crosscompiler
*** Ian Ford - Amiga Games (u.a. Knightmare)
*** John Girvin - Nivrig Games - Turbo Tomato
*** Dennis Pauler - Virtual Dimension

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Re: Amiga event in Germany
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There are already some exhibitors and guests announced, please have a look. There are also still a few tickets left for the Aftershow party!

Guests
• Matthew Leaman
• Trevor Dickinson
• Birgit Roßmöller
• Frank Geisler
• Dr. Tim King & Jessica King
• Dr. Peter Kittel
• Perry Kivolowitz
• Paul Kitching

Exhibitors:
• A-Eon Technology Ltd
• Alinea Computer
• Amedia Computer
• Amistore.de
• APC&TPC
• Daniel Müßener/Golden Code
• Formosan Business Support
• HunoPPC – Hugues Nouvel
• KryoFlux / SPS
• MorphOS-Team
• Phase5 digital products
• Richard Löwenstein
• Virtual Dimension
• Wolfsoft

More tba within the next weeks and months!

Cheers!

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