|In reply to Comment 194 (Samface):|
I have to ask you again if you read what I wrote ?
I allready explained several (possible) reasons why
Hyperion didn't get a dev-board somewhere else.
But of what use would it be for Hyperion now, when
haven't finished the kernel (on CS_PPC) yet ?
The CS_PPC/BPPC and A1 versions will get the highest
priority and only after they got a some what working
OS on the A1 they would have started wit the Pegasos
port. The Pegasos consumer version should be out by
bPlan was at no point interessted in a COS-port any
more then they would have been interested in a port
of BeOS,AtheOS or QNX. They only said they had nothing
against it. It was Hyperion who said the would like
to support it and that they would only need a board
and the doku.
They will get the board next month, and as the board
will use the same chipset as the A1 (and will come
with open-source linux-kernel) they may even not need
Its their decision not bPlan.
You can't blame bPlan for not holding a promise someone