A barnstar for you!
|The Special Barnstar|
|This is a gesture of appreciation for your improvement and rewrite of the "OS4 versions" section and other Amiga related articles:) Marko75 (talk) 02:02, 22 November 2012 (UTC)|
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Amiga models and variants
CR based Amigaone 500 and OS version
Hi Pavlor, I recently added the OS note and the newer 500 CR to the Amigaone page.
You've renamed the CR 500 to the name of the 'regular' model, which I find to look a bit odd have two of the same machines, I would like to add something to differentiate the two, could we work something out ?
The note was also removed (the * next to 'OS version' still remanes), could you explaine to me what that table means ? It seems deceptive to me (if thats the right word), as if that is the latest version supported. It is suppose to mean the lowest version supported ?
And if you're the same Palvor of Amigaworld, are you editing in UAE OS4? :)
- Thanks for your input. Yes that´s me, and no, I´m using IE. :-) To your questions:
- I removed note about OS versions, because it is not true (eg. A1-SE and minor variants of uA1-C aren´t officialy supported since at least 4.1u2).
- As for naming of both A1-500s - yes it looks odd, but we can´t invent our own names for products marketed under distinct name - "AmigaOne 500" in this case. What about "AmigaOne 500 (SAM460cr)" or "AmigaOne 500 (2015)"?
- Table is old and I leaved most of original data in place - it certainly lacks consistency.Pavlor (talk) 23:36, 9 January 2015 (UTC)
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