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Recent updates
Supreme Council
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chris has posted a few updates for his projects:

2D structured art datatype superclass

http-handler

and MoonSire has posted an update as well:

Multiuser simple

Belxjander has written an update on his part in this project:
Language drivers


(I won't post about all updates here in the future. I'd just like to create general awareness about the update/blog feature on openamiga. So sorry for spamming openamiga stuff. All updates/blogs are announced on the openamiga front page to the top right.)


Edited by orgin on 2014/4/3 8:32:23
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Re: Recent updates
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Updates looks cool and not like spam, pretty motivated and its good to have it there as well, so all can aware what happens, as for sure not many visit openamiga at all, as it was "dead" for years and not all even know now if it still here and alive, so openamiga spamming are welcome for sure !

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Re: Recent updates
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@kas1e

Completely second.

@orgin

You should do more updates to OpenAmiga...since you did the last one it seems to buzz all over the place

And it's not spamming at all, thats why there is an OpenAmiga subforum.

I'd love to have an automatic reminder of updates that posts in the subforum once the blog has been updated

I like all the news from there, keep up the great work

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Re: Recent updates
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@All

Added an update from Belxjander surrounding his work on asian languages.

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Re: Recent updates
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@orgin

Like I said in my e-mail, I still think it's useless to keep dedicated forums at OpenAmiga.org. Developers never used them and never will, as dev stuff is better discussed at OS4coding or the Hyperion forums. You better relieve the page of its clutter and instead give more prominence to Recent Updates and News. And use this Amigans sub-forum if you want to reach a wider audience with important news. The recent positive feedback, I think, gives enough proof that it works.

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Re: Recent updates
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Glad to see the openamiga posts. My awareness of this great project was very low before them.

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Re: Recent updates
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Sounds like some consolidation is order, perhaps it may be worth talking with the Solie about a sub-domain. open.amigaos.net springs to mind, personally I'd move OS4Coding there too can call it dev.amigaos.net or something.I
I guess it would depend who owns both of these auxiallary sites.

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...perhaps it may be worth talking with the Solie about a sub-domain.

"the Solie"? I'm pretty sure there are others with my last name around.

Creating sub-domains is not a problem. Finding people to actively maintain all the web sites is a much bigger problem.

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Re: Recent updates
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All appreciated Orgin! Keep them coming!

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Haha "the Solie" hadn't even noticed that - it is the one thing I hate most amount using mobiles - Touchscreen aren't really my forté.

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