Here are some World Wide Web pages that refer to the GAUHPIL. These sites use the
|Since May 20, 1999, the GAUHPIL is listed as one of "ANN's top
links" on the right hand side of the Amiga Network News. Thanks, Yoshi!
||Since May 25, 1999, the GAUHPIL is listed on the hotlist of Amiga-News.de,
the best-known German site with news about the Amiga. In January, 2000 this hotlist has become the
Amiga Link Directory. The GAUHPIL got an
on February 17, 2000.
|On July 3, 1999, Petra Struck also included a
"Quick-Link" the GAUHPIL, in the section "Amiga Network",
and wrote the first in a number of news reports about the GAUHPIL.
Thanks, Petra, for supporting the GAUHPIL and the Amiga community in general!
Translations of Amiga-News.de articles appeared on the following sites:
Czech Amiga News (Czech/English),
Amiga Impact (French),
Amiga Information Center (Russian),
and Amigart (Turkish).
The online magazine to first use the new URL in a report (on August 10, 2002) is the German
Amiga Plus. Other sites that reported
about the GAUHPIL are Amiga Future (German)
Hall of Fame
The following individuals included a link to the GAUHPIL in their webpages.
The link is on their general list of links, if not otherwise noted.
The links on these pages have been created using the new URL:
- Christian Kemp, Luxembourg (May 20, 1999 - Amiga Network News)
- Petra Struck, Germany (May 25, 1999 - Amiga-News.de)
- Dámaso Domínguez, Spain (August 16, 1999 - "AmiSpaTra" news report)
- David Brunet, France (March 2001)
- Stefan Otmar Leitner, Austria (August 7, 2002)
- Jürgen Sachs, Germany (February 16, 2003)
- Adolf Brunner, Austria (June 10, 2005 - with banner!)
- Matthias Rustler, Germany (September 30, 2005 - with banner!)
- Sascha Pfalz, Germany (September 30, 2005)
These pages use the old URL gauhpil.home.pages.de for the link:
- Kevin Hisel, United States of America (January 6, 1999 - Amiga Web Directory, see below)
- Johan Rasten, Sweden (March 1999)
- Blaz Kriznik, Slovenia (March 29, 1999 - SLO & Amiga, see below)
- Pål Løberg, Norway (May 24, 1999 - GAUHPIL-Mirror, see below)
- Viggo Hinrichsen, Denmark (July 1999 - "AmiAngel" news report)
- Paul Tibbals, United States of America (September 2, 1999)
- Markus Schmidt, Germany (October 28, 1999)
- Marco Lovera, Italy (January 21, 2000)
- Kolbjørn Barmen, Norway (January 26, 2000 - amiga.nvg.org with banner!)
- John Vincent Keogh, United Kingdom (April 14, 2000)
- Michael Christoph, Germany (June 1, 2000 - with banner!)
- Francesco Dipietromaria, Italy (May 2001 - with banner!)
There was a Mirror
of the GAUHPIL in Norway, maintained by
Pål Løberg to support the GAUHPIL
while it was located on an FTP site. The mirror worked from 06.02.1995 until 05.08.1996.
The Amiga Home Page (the website formerly known as the "Amiga
WWW Resource") referred to this GAUHPIL mirror site in Norway . Thanks to
Michael Witbrock, who placed the GAUHPIL on his main page on August 19, 1994.
At that time, the (unofficial) "Amiga Home Page" was the main source for Amiga
resources on the Internet and placing the GAUHPIL on this page was one of the
reasons for it growing so quickly. The Amiga Home Page retired around 1996.
The Amiga Web Directory was the most comprehensive guide
to Amiga information in the World Wide Web. It existed from 1994 to 1999.
Since 1996, the Amiga Web Directory referred to the mirror site in Norway.
Since January 6, 1999, it referred to the Geographical Amiga Users Home Page
Internet List via the redirector home.pages.de. The link was on the list of "Other Links".
The following sites still use http://gauhpil.home.pages.de/ for the link.
A link to the GAUHPIL is on SLO & Amiga, an information
service about the slovenian leg of the Amiga community.
Since July 3, 1999, there is a link to the GAUHPIL on the
Links page of Czech Amiga News (see category
This page has a nice feature, by the way: behind each link is a tiny flag for each available language.