It seems clear to me that too many people all doing different projects get nowhere.
There is a small pool of talent around here, its been said; as such it seems logical that people need to work in teams, towards the goal of a common chipset/new amiga.
Also this eternal B.S of making grand gestures and spouting silly hyperbole about super amigas, before even the most basic of work has been done is a big problem.
Tina resembled the natami in terms of hyperbole and it was clearly a dead duck.
I'm surprised that those with the talent, knowledge and who do such work for a living, cannot create a realistic roadmap and are somehow not aware just how much work it really entails.
I know nothing of such technical things but It really seems to be an organizational thing.