Everyone who submitted a programming seminar or banquet ticket
reservation up to and including 10/8/13 has been invoiced through
PayPal, as well as all sponsors and exhibitors who have expressed an
interest in AmiWest. Please pay as soon as you can.
Thanks to one and all for your financial support for AmiWest 2013.
As an all-volunteer show, we depend upon exhibitor and sponsor
support to make our show happen. We appreciate all who support us
in this way and look forward to seeing you at AmiWest next week.
I placed an order yesterday for some prototyping parts to get this project off the ground.
Some of the key parts are:
Volume now enabled
I noticed today that there is a patched release of Qt called Quickfix 7 now available. I wanted to show how to install this on the X1000, as there were no instructions on how to do it in the archive.
In a new AmiWest record, 47 nights had been sold at the our hotel
venue by last week. We were told today that the AmiWest rate was
no longer available, i.e., that the rooms at that rate had sold
Not something Amiga related by all means, but since I love my Pi I thought about sharing some mods I done some days ago.
Well my Pi isn't something special. It's a normal Rev.B from the first batch.
It's only twelve days until AmiWest 2013. As usual, we have been
working behind the scenes to make this a great show. You don't want
to miss it.
So make your banquet and programming seminar reservations now, along
with a room at the great Holiday Inn Express Cal Expo, 2224 Auburn
Blvd., Sacramento, CA, USA. We will see you there!
Our deadline with our banquet caterer is 5 days away. WE NEED
YOUR BANQUET RESERVATION NOW! Considering that our banquet
speaker and panel will be discussing Power Architecture and the
Amiga, AND our banquet menu is vastly improved as well, you need
to reserve NOW.
You see, without a reservation, you won't have a meal waiting for
you. And we need to know NOW so we can provide yours. After all,
the banquet tickets are only $20.00 each this year.
On the Hyperion blog, Steven Solie said:
"AmigaOS fans may have noticed an abundance of updates appearing
lately. There is also an updated SDK should be appearing soon as
I finally found what was wrong, and why ECJ couldn't compile like it should. I missed my modifications made to jva.io.VMFile, the native layer between Java files and Amiga files. With this in place, ECJ can now compile correctly. So, no more need to use jikes.