Obligement is a french magazine focused on the Amiga Computer. It covers all
variants of Amiga systems like Classic Amiga, AmigaOS 4, AROS and MorphOS.
It was founded in 1997 by David Brunet as a paper magazine and it morphed
to a diskmag in 1998 then an online magazine since 2005. It’s a free and
open website run by a team of motivated volunteers.
Obligement is popular in the french Amiga community with more than 1000
unique visitors per day. Its database of Amiga articles is the biggest in
the Internet with more than 3000 articles from 1985 to nowdays. Articles
are divided in various categories like reviews, interviews, reports,
tutorials, news and more. Some few articles are also in english, italian,
spanish, polish and czech.
Goals of the magazine is of course to provided information to the amigans
but there are some great projects like the construction of the Amiga Games
List (more than 11000 games !), the history of the Amiga (22 years already
written, more to come), review of all Amiga computers and systems, the
complete Amiga news from 1985 to nowdays (60% done), tips and tricks for
Amiga games, a glossary of Amiga/computer words, interviews with all key
people in the Amiga land, and a yearly hit parade for Amiga games.
Today, ACTA has fallen, so its time to celebrate. C=USA announces C=OS Fusion and some more „Amiga models… so lets roll to see what is behind …
First, we should hear C=USA mission statement, a mix up of everything out there.
Get ready …
With your help in spreading the word, your evangelism, your suggestions and your support, we hope to take the fight back to Apple, and to take on the ubiquitous PC vendors of the world, like Dell. It is time for a revolution against the ordinary. Think different, be different. Don’t follow the herd. Exclaim, I’m not a PC. I’m not a Mac. I’m a Commodore! I’m an AMIGA!
Who knows what will their next Amiga be? Lets vote
Meanwhile, there is a petition for you to sign, only if you like it
It has come to our attention that Commodore USA is about to launch a new line of „AMIGA(tm)“ branded computers using the classic Amiga(tm) naming convention. These new computers have absolutely nothing in common with the old Amiga(tm) computers other than the name.
This is the reason why we wholeheartedly appeal to you to reconsider using the old classic Amiga numbering in your new line of Commodore Amigas.
Amigaworld.net is no longer associated as C=OS support at Distro Watch. Commodore-Amiga forum only.