Yep, it's a log of what's changed recently on CU Online. You asked for it, you got it, now there's no excuse not to bookmark CU Online and drop in regularly.
|Updated home page with announcement of CU Amiga's closure
|Updated schematics on the CDDA Mixer page.
|Oops, there was a typo in the email address for Putty Squad responses. It's fixed now.
|Putty Squad is to be released, read about it here.
|Added news of the contents of the September issue of CU Amiga.
|News from Villagetronic about the new Ariadne2 card
|Added details of the August issue contents.
|Minor update, more details on next issue etc. to follow soon.
|Added the new ISP survey, a brief survey on what you think of your ISP. Please take a few seconds to answer.
|Hmm, ten days without an update, we were busy getting the next issue finished. Now you can see exactly what's in the current issue and what you have to look forward to in next month's CU Amiga.
|The mailing list is back at last, more information on the Contacts page.
|Put all the source code examples from the C Programming tutorials in the Features section.
|There were some files missing from the Scalos archive supplied for CUCD24. You can download a fix from the CUCD section.
|Made several changes throughout the site, including Next Month, WOA, and Subs
|Added a small patch to fix for problems with Reality Game Engine.
|Added a fix for problem a few people have reported with InitCD on CUCD23. Nothing to download, just a one-off command to execute.
|Here are the pictures that were transmitted from the CU Amiga WOAcam on sunday.
|Following the announcement from Amiga Inc tonight, here is a summary of what was said and what it means.
|Added the full World of Amiga seminar timetable, along with more exhibitor information.
|Newsflash - statement from Amiga Inc regarding an announcment at World of Amiga
|Two new news items about Mystique Corporation and Siamese Systems.
|Changed the graphics in the CDDA Mixer project from PNG to GIF since Voyager was having problems decoding the PNGs.
|Added information on the recent CDDA Mixer project to the Features section.
|More information on the World of Amiga show, including preliminary details of the seminars being run and an updated list of exhibitors.
|Added a sneak preview of the contents of the June issue.
|Superbase on CUCD22 has a faulty hard disk installer script. A fixed script is available from the CUCD section
|Special offer on PPC cards from White Knight Technology.
|Updated World of Amiga '98 site with more infoprmation on who will be exhibiting.
|World of Amiga '98 now has its own section. Keep an eye on these pages for the latest news of what, where, when and who.
|Thursday 2-Apr-98 (pm)
|Added a taster of what will be in the May issue.
|Wednesday 1-Apr-98 (pm)
|"Somebody" changed the news index to admit the deception. Still didn't own up though :)
|Wednesday 1-Apr-98 (am)
|"Somebody" got at the news section and uploaded a story that would have been very interesting on any other day.
|Updated mailing list status information. Added note to main page about general email problems.
|Removed the Big Amiga Poll, voting has now closed and the results are being compiled. More mailing list woes. Don't resubscribe or post anything until the status window gives the OK.
|The mailing list lost its database over the weekend. You may need to resubscribe.
|Updated the editorial section to show regular freelance contributors as well as staff. Also added mailing list status information.
|Preview of the contents of the April issue
|Updated the editorial section to show our new Staff Writer, Richard Drummond.
|Added a major survey for all of Amiga users, not only our readers but all Amiga users worldwide. Tell us what you want from the next Amigas.
|World of Amiga '98 - Confirmation that the World of Amiga show will take place in London in May
|There may be a virus on CUCD19. Check the CUCD pages for further information.
|Lots of bits and pieces updated today. There's some new pictures in the Art Gallery, some more information on the TFX tips page. The Contents and Back Issues sections are fully up to date and there is a sneak preview of the March issue too.
|New Amiga CPU decided! Amiga Inc have decided the CPU for the Amigas future - and there are two of them.
|A new version of the POV ray tracer has been released.
|News of the new BoXeR Amiga clone.
|Official news on the Amiga release of Quake.
|TFX tips added to features section
|To add your Amiga user group to CU Amiga's new directory, complete our online form.
|Please fill out the new Readers Survey. We'd like to find out more about you, in order to give you the best magazine possible.
|At last, an update!! A few additions to show we are still alive, to be followed
by more updates over the coming week or two, so watch this space.
We have a preview of the January 1988 issue. An interview with Eric Schwartz as well as updated information on the contents and back issues pages.
|Clearly something's wrong for CU Online to be frozen in time for a month. The 'wrong' thing is that I'm leaving the magazine and accordingly it's been a nightmare sorting things out. You can read the FAQ at my home page. This also means that CU is looking for fresh blood to fill the gap in the ranks and the job advertisement can be found in the news section.
|Sub Editor Russ Cox is on training so I can sneak in time for an update. RC5 news item added. Contents of the October issue added. Oh yes, next month's teaser too.
|The Amiga Inc. Developers Registration stuff is now up in the news section.
|Seems I forgot I had the day off. OK the details for AIR Link are in the news section now. I'm going to use dates as the links in the news section from now on.
|Something wonderful is about to happen. Details of the next amazing DIY project are coming, complete with a covermounted PCB. No lie. Tommorow I'll put up the details. Oh I'm such a tease!
|Improved and fixed the Project XG addendum. <sigh> well it's sure a learning experience. Thanks to the folks who picked up on the errors.
|Added news item about the Amiga C mailing list. Added some fixes for common Vista Pro problems.
|As people start building Project XG from the DIY feature, it became clear there were some errors in the feature. Half expecting some anyway, today I had a good look at it and corrected the diagrams and other mistakes in this Project XG addendum.
|Gnnnnnnnnnn, we seem to have left off Maplin's address on the Project XG feature, errata in news section. Please E-mail Russ Cox, the Sub Editor, and tell him it's his fault (even though it probably isn't).
|Fixed up the front page of the Database section to fit in with the CU Online style guide. Brought in next headings for the Database and Survey sections. Added new contents of the September issue since it's officially out today. Ripper it is too, y'all don't miss it y'hear?
|Removed free CD offer from the subs page. Apparently this did not apply to the 12 for 9 offer. Moved the DIY survey into survey section.
|Woooooahhh, final phase of the big overhaul. Got the database section added. I thought "Wow, this is the most incredible update and I didn't have to do a thing". Dave Freeman, in Thailand (lovely place Thailand), sent the database to us already in good HTML format. There had to be a catch. Gnnnnnnnnn, it's all in mixed case. All 300 odd HTML files and filenames. 25 minutes and Rexx From Hell TM saves the day and regenerates all the filenames and the HTML documents. As you can see, it worked and we have a really wicked Database of the last 2 years online. Hoorah!
|First phase of the big overhaul; redid all of the nav bar buttons and the nav Frames to add new sections. New Survey and Database sections, rename others like 'Surf's Up' to 'Links', 'Editorial' to 'Mailing List' and 'POV' to 'Opinion'. You got no idea how long it took to do those buttons. Now all I need to do is get the Database up...
|Added the DIY survey in the features section. Damn, I need to get some time for a major update this week...
|Managed to scrape some time together for some web site work. Art Gallery updated. Added pOS news. Fixed up the long neglected back issues. Added Andrew's Guildhall and Epic CD news. Groping for instant content, threw in a POV as well. Phew, time for home.
|Seems Gateway had something to say about that news.
|Added Lotus Pacific news cunningly in the news section.
|Contemplated the fact that we probably need a What's New button for the nav frame... Decided to go to the pub instead. <grin>
|Added next month teaser page with funky picture of the real Project XG. Note the gratuitous use of perspective distortion and not a funny shaped box.
|Added AmigaNET UK IRC server and fixed the main nav.html, changed 'Europe' to 'European Community' on subs page
|Added AmigaNET news item.
|Added August issue to Contents pages.
|Changed 'nav' frames so no underline after buttons on Netscape (sigh). Let this be a lesson, don't put <A> on a fresh line as Netscape assumes a space.
|Added a 'What's new' changes log. :)