Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st Jan 2007 22:30 UTC
SkyOS Hell was already frozen anyway, but apparantly, the SkyOS team is trying to bring hell's temperature to absolute zero, since they are saying 2007 might see a release of SkyOS 5. "After what seems about 30 years worth of work (I'm sure even more to Robert), SkyOS will finally be released to the public. Lots of details are still being worked out on this one (as well as the obvious issues still present in the system), but we're really shooting to make it happen."
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RE[4]: Promising what?
by ferrels on Tue 2nd Jan 2007 21:34 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Promising what?"
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No, I don't pay to fish. That's like picking on animals that live in a zoo. I hunt for real fish in a real lake or stream or ocean, not the pets in somebody's pond where I have to pay a fee and stand around the banks with the rest of the losers.

Operating systems are the same way. I can be stupid and pay the developer good money to do the job he should be doing with his closed sourced operating system. Same thing goes for fishing....closed/private lake....small fish that you'd turn back because they aren't anything worth keeping even though you paid money to fish for them.

SkyOS is just another pet fish in a pay-for-sport pond. If offers nothing that isn't already available in other OSs that cost money but the schmucks who support it somehow think they're contributing a new and groundbreaking OS. They're only contributing to the developer's bank account. If that's what they want to do with their time and money, then that's their prerogative. But I'd rather spend my time and money on something a bit more "real". I'd rather spend my time going after a trophy fish off the coast of Baja instead of paying to fish out of some guy's farm pond.

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