ESPOO, FINLAND - April 2, 1998 - Saku 98, organized by the Finnish Amiga Users Group on March 28th in Vantaa, was visited by an estimated total of 500 people, making Saku 98 the biggest Amiga only event in Finland in years. Of the 500, almost 250 visitors were listening to the speech of Amiga International's managing director, Petro Tyschtschenko.
In his speech, Mr. Tyschtschenko introduced himself to the Finnish audience, announced the availability of cheap Amiga A1200 computers for user group members and launched the new Amiga hymn. After his speech, Mr. Tyschtschenko answered some questions and revealed a couple of interesting details, including the possibility of Netscape as part of future AmigaOS upgrades. He also mentioned the destiny of the remaining Walker models.
The speech is now available at the Finnish Amiga Users Group's Web Site, both in ASCII text and MP3 audio. The direct URL for the English Saku 98 pages is http://batman.jytol.fi/~saku/saku98/english.html or for the mirror site http://tzimmola.tky.hut.fi/saku/saku98/english.html. E-mail inquiries may be sent to Janne Siren (firstname.lastname@example.org).
About Finnish Amiga Users Group
Finnish Amiga Users Group is a non-profit organization for promoting Amiga computing and helping Amiga users in Finland. Also known as Saku, after its disk magazine, the group is trying to accomplish its goals by organizing meetings and by publishing a disk magazine. Since 1993 the Finnish Amiga Users Group and it's predecessors have released 24 issues of the disk magazine and held five gatherings.