As a consequence, the following changes have been introduced :
- this site is no longer uniquely dedicated to Amstrad CPC platform.
- all the productions I did, including the older ones, whatever the platform, are now listed. Log basically starts from the days I learnt Z80 assembly back in 1993, to nowadays. For most of those entries, I created new Pouet.net links (when missing). And now available for the first time : I put online on Youtube some of my productions created on Sony PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameBoy Advance and mobile phone. Check them out from the Productions section.
- all direct downloads are now hosted on this website. This will ensure links won't be dead with time.
- the previous Articles section got removed. I just kept online the interviews I did (now put in a separate section) since it represents, for me, a fantastic trace of history and creativity. Content is currently tied to Amstrad CPC but this may evolve with time.
- I will no longer write technical articles dedicated for the Amstrad CPC. Because cpcwiki is a... wiki, it has always been a better place for this purpose. That said, all previous articles I wrote remains online to avoid dead links.
- I will no longer release my custom development tools. I released my Amstrad CPC development environment called Phactory last year, but I never found any interest in keeping it online. It has matured so much lately... and I was unable to give decent public support for it anyway.
So that's it. Don't get me wrong, I really enjoyed this site being dedicated uniquely for the Amstrad CPC, but it simply needed to be more open-minded and more representative.
EDIT 10/03/2013 : I moved all direct downloads to scene.org. SDCC2Pasmo is no longer available too.