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Old 04 September 2010, 05:28   #1

Join Date: Aug 2007
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Age: 40
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All oregon Research Amiga products are now Public Domain!!!

I managed to contact the owner and CEO of Oregon Research, the company responsible of releasing many popular Amiga titles such as:

GameSmith Development System (game programming)
Termite (BBS software)
Termite TCP (tcp-ip stack)

He kindly allowed me to put all Oregon Research products in the Public Domain

Email exchange follows

RE: Oregon Research
Friday, September 3, 2010 8:00 PM
"Robert Luneski" <>
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Sorry for the delay, I was in the hospital and out of the office. Yes
you have my permission to place Oregon Research Amiga products in the
public domain.


Bob Luneski

Bob Luneski
Technical Manager, Industrial Sector
xxxxxxxxx xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
xxx SW Third Avenue, Suite xxx, Portland, OR xxx
(xxx)827-8xxx ext. xxx

-----Original Message-----
From: Ignacio []
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 6:18 PM
To: Robert Luneski
Subject: Oregon Research

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Hi, I am sorry to bother you with this fifteen year old stuff. The thing
is that I have bought Termite TCP Amiga network solution, second hand, a
couple of years ago.
It is great sofware for Amigas, and since you have been in the past a
great supporter and developer for this now small Amiga community, is
that I dare ask you if you could please allow me to put all your Amiga
files on the Public Domain, so that they are freely available to
everyone. I would also add if you think it is necessary, that you wont
provide any suport whatsoever, and not be liable for any damage at all.
By the way, if at some point, you are willing to give out the sources of
your excellent Amiga software for non commercial purposes (If you still
have them), that would be even better.
So please, just say yes.

Thank you for your time,
Ignacio gully
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