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Fred Fish - A Legend.

A legend in Amiga circles and a pioneer in the "public domain software concept". Read more about him on the Fred Fish Memorial Archive website. Further infomation is available on wikipedia.org.


Amiga Atlanta honors Fred Fish. (1995). Photo: wikipedia.org.

Quote from wikipedia.org:
" Fred Fish (November 4, 1952 April 20, 2007) was a computer programmer notable for work on the GNU Debugger and his series of Fish disks of freeware for the Amiga. There was a pioneering spirit pervasive in the Amiga community. The Fish Disks (term coined by Perry Kivolowitz at a Jersey Amiga User Group meeting) became the first national rallying point, a sort of early postal system. Fish would get his disks off around the world in time for regional and local user group meetings who in turn duplicated them for local consumption. Typically, only the cost of materials changed hands. The Fish Disk series ran from 1986 to 1994. " | More... |