Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 13th Apr 2006 22:59 UTC
Zeta As promised earlier, YellowTAB has released an official statement concerning the bankruptcy rumours. "Rumours have been circulating for a few days now: yellowTAB has been put under bankruptcy protection. This causes many questions and uncertainties. We wish to explain how bancruptcy protection affects our product."
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RE[2]: Free?
by umccullough on Fri 14th Apr 2006 01:13 UTC in reply to "RE: Free?"
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2006-01-26

Exactly - I don't think yT OWNS the original BeOS code - I believe at this point they are only licensed to use it (if even that - I have still never seen any documentation with specific details on their agreements with Palm, Inc.)

I also do not see the Intel Extreme driver "collaboration" with Haiku yet - either the Intel Extreme code donated to Haiku is sitting on someone's machine waiting to be checked into Haiku SVN, or yT just simply forgot to deliver it... I'm eagerly awaiting this so I can test Haiku on my Intel Extreme graphics.

I think Haiku is most definitely the future - and hopefully more developers will flock to it with the shakiness surrounding yT.

Before I go, I beg people to please join TeamHaiku on Seventeen or Bust! We're jumping through the ranks, and it won't be long before we surpass TeamBeOS!

http://www.haiku-os.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=29

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