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Old 05 January 2004, 07:18   #21
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Originally posted by P-J
what characterised the amiga emulation scene back in the late 90's (for me at least) was the massive diversity of amiga emulation sites available.
All fighting with each other arguing about who got which permission, etc. Personally I wouldn't want to see that shit going on again.
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Old 07 January 2004, 12:12   #22

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Originally posted by Akira
Bonic, I want to ask you: what is the point in a project like EAGER? Why can't you join the HOL team?

Wasn;t an idea of collective floating around, which I think everyone agreed on? Wouldn't creating lots of parallel projects go away from this idea?

Just asking, because I don't see the point of people going out and trying to do their own thing just because, when the scene would benefit a lot more by having one consistent project that's heavily supported by many. bttr would benefit from HOL IMO much better than from EAGER.

This is not a "commerce" where monopolization is to fear.
In my opinion we should contact directly the EAGER maintainer, BTTR team should be considered as hoster here (I think)

@akira: my time is very limited and other team members seems to be in another world, could you contact him for me ?
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Old 08 January 2004, 17:00   #23
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Additional information for our last update:

Although already announced in our christmas update
we forgot to add 20 new HD-Games into our database.

This mistake has been fixed today, so if you already
downloaded all files of the update then please check
the HD-Games link on the news page for the previously
missing files.

Sorry for the inconvenience, but imagine, we added
3890 entries and more than 25GB of new files with the
last update (that's about the size of entire aminet),
so the error ratio isn't that bad. ;-)
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Old 08 January 2004, 17:20   #24
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hmm okay bobic i'll let you off this time......

But don't do it again.

That was ajoke.

You guys over at bttr are legends and your site single-handedly
got me back into the Amiga scene!!!!!

Thanks for the excellent update

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