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Stefano Briccolani

Posts 404
24 May 2019 19:45


In the brochure of the event there is the apollo team logo. Can we expect infos and videos during this swiss event?
  EXTERNAL LINK 
  Brochure with apollo team logo
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Vojin Vidanovic

Posts 1596
24 May 2019 19:59


Apollo Team is listed as organisation that will actively contribute the event, so its likely :)


Renaud Schweingruber
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 312
25 May 2019 05:41


Very likely :)

My little finger tells me a surprize will be shown...


Michael Borrmann

Posts 125
26 May 2019 09:16


Renaud Schweingruber wrote:

Very likely :)
 
  My little finger tells me a surprize will be shown...

Damn it... :)


Tim Trepanier

Posts 92
26 May 2019 18:19


Renaud Schweingruber wrote:

My little finger tells me a surprize will be shown...

My guess is MMU support. In one of the recent demonstration videos if you pause the video at the right moment you can see the vampire being recognized as on 060(instead of 040) and it shows the MMU as active.


Renaud Schweingruber
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 312
27 May 2019 14:14


Sorry, no such MMU but something way more exciting and useful for the entire Vampire/Amiga audience.


Herbert Markart

Posts 33
27 May 2019 14:31


You're like an TV-Series with the cliffhanger at the end of an Season :D
However, everyone which follwed the recent posts and announcements lately, can take a good guess ;)


Nsklaus -

Posts 63
27 May 2019 15:21


my guesses:
  - a native browser (e.g: brought ibrowse back from the dead, or such) with css support
  - announce of vampire 5 for 2025
  - aros fully functionnal, 080 optimized (also ability to use odyssey browser)
  - a new icon pack (after glowicons, here's the 'pulsating' iconset)
  - memory proctection breakthrough and cybernetically enhanced pigs flying in the sky
  - skynet, 68k powered, and schwarzenegger cameo at 'ouf' party, saying '68k is baack!'
  - intel ceo and m$-gate performing 24h non-stop public apology while serving refreshments to the crowd, dressed in girafe and rabbit costume.
  - complete dev toolchain optimized for 080, with docs
  - aeon support, funding (accelerating) apollo core project
  - true aos/aros smp breakthrough
  - a new boot jingle
  - a new boing ball mouse
  - a mainstream framework or language ported and optimized for 080
  - cloning gunnar
  - plan to build a time machine and deliver a v4 in 1996, thus correcting the broken timeline we have now.


Herbert Markart

Posts 33
28 May 2019 05:17


nsklaus - wrote:

  - plan to build a time machine and deliver a v4 in 1996, thus correcting the broken timeline we have now.

Like this one the most :D


Andy Hearn

Posts 271
28 May 2019 13:48



nsklaus - wrote:

  - plan to build a time machine and deliver a v4 in 1996, thus correcting the broken timeline we have now.

Me three! this. so much this XD


Stefano Briccolani

Posts 404
28 May 2019 17:48


So.. what have been shown???


Herbert Markart

Posts 33
29 May 2019 05:25


Stefano Briccolani wrote:

So.. what have been shown???

We tell you after it has been shown on 1st and 2nd June ;)


Stefano Briccolani

Posts 404
29 May 2019 06:06


Ok, it wasn't last week..oops


Ronnie Beck
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 139
29 May 2019 08:26


nsklaus - wrote:

my guesses:
  - a native browser (e.g: brought ibrowse back from the dead, or such) with css support

That is completely unrealistic.  I don't know why you suggested such a ridiculous idea.

+1 to your other suggestions though.


Tim D

Posts 55
29 May 2019 08:46


Herbert Markart wrote:

Stefano Briccolani wrote:

  So.. what have been shown???
 

 
  We tell you after it has been shown on 1st and 2nd June ;)

Don't you get it, he hoped that time machine was shown and you would come back from the future to tell us... :D



Herbert Markart

Posts 33
29 May 2019 08:48


Tim D wrote:

 
  Don't you get it, he hoped that time machine was shown and you would come back from the future to tell us... :D
 
 

 
  If that would be enough to fix our timeline… I wonder.. hmmmmm :D


Renaud Schweingruber
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 312
29 May 2019 23:24


By the way, part of the event will be streamed to our youtube channel.

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Daniel Sevo

Posts 275
30 May 2019 13:20


Apart from the "fixing the timeline with a time machine" -part, could we also dream about a demo of the mysterious 3d core, running GL Quake on a special version of Wazp3d ;-)


Michael Borrmann

Posts 125
30 May 2019 13:21


Renaud Schweingruber wrote:

Sorry, no such MMU but something way more exciting and useful for the entire Vampire/Amiga audience.

Damn, now I can only feel letdown if it's not really HYPE!

:D

;)


Renaud Schweingruber
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 312
30 May 2019 13:58


You can still come to the event, registrations are open :-)

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