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Posted on 04-Aug-2002 23:22 GMT by 4pLaY24 comments
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Finaly we found some time to write a bit of news for the public again. You can find the lastest news at http://www.aros.org.
Aros News : Comment 1 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Leif on 04-Aug-2002 23:07 GMT
And the winner is : (>5 years from now) AROS.
Aros News : Comment 2 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by X on 05-Aug-2002 07:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Leif):
It's looking good! They ought to set a deadline when AROS
should be ready, so that they will work their hardest! :)
Aros News : Comment 3 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by 4pLaY on 05-Aug-2002 07:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (X):
We need to do no such thing! maybe ill set a deadline and YOU can make it in that time? how would you like that?.
Aros News : Comment 4 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Björn Hagström on 05-Aug-2002 07:32 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (4pLaY):
And I though he/she was making a innocent joke :)
/Björn
Aros News : Comment 5 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 05-Aug-2002 07:32 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (4pLaY):
morradi
Aros News : Comment 6 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Arosfan on 05-Aug-2002 07:46 GMT
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"Ola "4pLaY" Jensen convinced Martin "Mason" Merz to make some icons for our Workbench, and also replacements for the gadget icons"
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Does this mean that the Workbench is working jet?
What about some new screenshots?
Aros News : Comment 7 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Björn Hagström on 05-Aug-2002 07:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (Arosfan):
>Does this mean that the Workbench is working jet?
Soon.
/Björn
Aros News : Comment 8 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Elwood on 05-Aug-2002 08:07 GMT
>And finally, Adam Chodorowski and Daniel Holmen have been working on something >exciting. We won't tell you what it is yet, but you'll notice soon enough
Will AROS be able to do some coffee ???
Aros News : Comment 9 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by cheesegrate on 05-Aug-2002 10:38 GMT
9what will the amino sheep say if aros get's sued by ainc (that is an if)
aros is evil! they stole source code! the ip holder must decide the future!
Aros News : Comment 10 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by DaveW on 05-Aug-2002 11:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (cheesegrate):
QED.
Aros News : Comment 11 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by 4pLaY on 05-Aug-2002 11:30 GMT
In reply to Comment 10 (DaveW):
If you realy want find out do like some other naging people like darklite join #aros on EFnet and nag us ;-) to find out what this "big secret" is.
Aros News : Comment 12 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by DaveW on 05-Aug-2002 11:42 GMT
In reply to Comment 11 (4pLaY):
The QED was for Cheesegrates post. See the other thread where he claims to be
all saintly and not a troll at all.
AROS? More power to it.
Aros News : Comment 13 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by cheesegrate on 05-Aug-2002 11:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (DaveW):
>>AROS? More power to it.
finally! some inteligence out of you dave! well done!
Aros News : Comment 14 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by DaveW on 05-Aug-2002 11:48 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (cheesegrate):
It would be entertaining to sit side by side and both do an IQ test. Actually I have
been IQ tested when I was 13, 20 and 28.
Aros News : Comment 15 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by TBone on 05-Aug-2002 13:51 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (DaveW):
> It would be entertaining to sit side by side and both do an IQ test.
> Actually I have been IQ tested when I was 13, 20 and 28.
at lest those scores are improving! (drum roll) :) :)
thankyouverymuch, I'll be here all week.
Aros News : Comment 16 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Alkis Tsapanidis on 05-Aug-2002 14:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (DaveW):
I did one some years ago. :P
Aros News : Comment 17 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by anonymouse on 05-Aug-2002 19:22 GMT
September 1st.....MUUUHAHAHAHA!!!!
Aros News : Comment 18 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by takemehomegrandma on 05-Aug-2002 21:04 GMT
Wow, it looks like things are happening fast now. Can't wait to see the workbench.
"And finally, Adam Chodorowski and Daniel Holmen have been working on something exciting. We won't tell you what it is yet, but you'll notice soon enough."
Could this be it?
Things are really looking promising with AROS. What's needed is a cross compiler envireonment for compiling/porting apps to/from AROS and AmigaOS/MorphOS (and eventually OS4, whenever it shows up). Or perhaps there already exists one? Else, could this be used?
http://www.ann.lu/comments2.cgi?view=1027605442&category=files&start=1&16
(An interesting thread on the matter)
BTW, I know that the MorphOS team uses some code from the AROS project (and obviously also contributes in return). I wonder if Hyperion are using AROS code in their OS4?
Aros News : Comment 19 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Björn Hagström on 06-Aug-2002 01:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (takemehomegrandma):
>I wonder if Hyperion are using AROS code in their OS4?
IIRC I've seen them saying that the only AROS code present is what was already in there in 3.5/9. (Colorwheel gadget stuff)
/Björn
Aros News : Comment 20 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by Anonymous on 06-Aug-2002 02:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (cheesegrate):
> aros is evil! they stole source code! the ip holder must decide the future!
Don't be stupid. If AInc thinks they stole the source then they can just download it themselfs and check.
You are pathetic. You slag AInc in an AROS thread why?
Aros News : Comment 21 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by DaveW on 06-Aug-2002 04:52 GMT
In reply to Comment 15 (TBone):
No they decline a little as you get older. Yes your joke *was* that funny.
Ah hah, a har har ha.
Aros News : Comment 22 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by TBone on 06-Aug-2002 08:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 21 (DaveW):
Ok, Ok, I'll keep the day job :)
Aros News : Comment 23 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by 3seas on 06-Aug-2002 11:23 GMT
This might prove somewhat fortelling of the gnu/linux vs. MS competition.
As MS has had quite a few years on GNU/Linux, but here, with all things
concidered, it's alot closer due to the slower development of AOS, and AROS
starting at around the 3.1 level. And that AROS will likely take a different
path of evolution than AOS for reasons of being Open Source Software and AOS
supposedly incorporating the highly proprietary Intent (dual meaning intented).
proprietary vs. oss
A research value worth finding out, even for MS.
More reason to not harm AROS.
Its somewhat amazing how AROS seems to have found the least attackable, most agreeable
position of all the Amiga oriented development.
Aros News : Comment 24 of 24ANN.lu
Posted by DaveW on 09-Aug-2002 08:10 GMT
In reply to Comment 22 (TBone):
Somewhere between Jim Davidson and Eddie Izzard
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