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Old 26 August 2015, 13:18   #15
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It was a vague example, and "at least". Take it as 100% then, or at whatever point the project is absolutely guaranteed to be completed - perhaps publicity shouldn't be pursued until the product is actually sitting there, ready to be shipped or downloaded. Yes, of course there are examples on the other side of the coin that have been completed successfully and that have many happy users, but with a disproportionate amount of people hopping on every announcement in the Amiga circles and tearing it to shreds when it gets delayed or changed, it only makes sense to not announce anything, even if the project is guaranteed to finish on time. That way, you completely avoid the risk of having to deal with all that negative Amiga "spirit" when things don't come to fruition.
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