Linked by nfeske on Fri 31st May 2013 10:12 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes With version 13.05, the developers of the Genode OS Framework take measures to ensure that Genode continues to scale well with a growing number of users and the steadily broadening platform coverage. Further highlights are the improved SoC support for Exynos 5, OMAP4, Raspberry Pi, i.MX, and new components for realizing headless systems.
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Keep Up The Good Work
by Pro-Competition on Fri 31st May 2013 16:32 UTC
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It's good to see the continual progress on this project. The expanded hardware support should allow some interesting hobby projects!

I also agree that sometimes it's better to slow down on new features, in order to tighten up existing code. It definitely pays off in the long run.

Keep it up!

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WTF Osnews!
by judgen on Sun 2nd Jun 2013 10:59 UTC
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WTF, what have you done to the comment system!? Threads are cut off and replaced with "read more in this thread" links. I mostly visit the site for the enlightening discussions in the comment section on matters i find interesting.

The coder that did that monstrosity should be beaten over the fingers really hard with a yardstick so he/she will never break a site again!

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RE: WTF Osnews!
by Thom_Holwerda on Sun 2nd Jun 2013 11:40 UTC in reply to "WTF Osnews!"
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We haven't done anything to the comment system. Not a single line of code has changed. I think you may have messed up your settings!

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RE[2]: WTF Osnews!
by judgen on Sun 2nd Jun 2013 19:34 UTC in reply to "RE: WTF Osnews!"
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I am very sorry for the previous comment, i was in a really bad mood for an unrelated reason. It seems that it only appears in firefox for me so it is probably an extension problem.
Once again, sorry. It will not happen again.

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RE[2]: WTF Osnews!
by zima on Wed 5th Jun 2013 16:25 UTC in reply to "RE: WTF Osnews!"
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On an unrelated note - the story is up for five days, and it has only 4 comments, one of them ~ontopic. I guess that shows what ~"we want more real OS stories, not patent or mobile" is worth...

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