Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Mar 2007 17:52 UTC, submitted by alexorizor
Zeta Bernd Korz has announced that the Zeta development team and Magnussoft are parting ways [German]. The team and Bernd will continue to develop Zeta, and the service pack (Zeta v1.51) will still be released in the coming weeks.
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RE[8]: I'm no expert
by Thom_Holwerda on Sun 25th Mar 2007 14:56 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: I'm no expert"
Thom_Holwerda
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2005-06-29

Oh, you and Thom know Zeta is legal. Where's the proof?


You are starting to work on my nerves here, sonny. When person abc accuses person pqr of crime xyz, it is person abc's job to provide the evidence; it is not the task of person pqr to prove his innocence. This is the very basis of modern, civilised justice systems, and your lack of understanding of this concept speaks volumes about a number of things, including, but not limited to, your age.

Haiku is legally clear as it's a new work and its source isn't in doubt.


Oh, really? Who knows the Haiku developers were not looking at the leaked Dano code when writing Haiku (1)? Try and disprove that, sonny.

Perhaps Zeta and BeOS Max can play a fringe role in building up interest but Haiku is where the main action is.


Let's see which of these projects has the most users, then we'll talk about who's playing the fringe role (2).

(1) Obviously this is not the case; I am just trying to convey a point.
(2) Haiku rules, but for now, they are the ones playing the fringe role, with probably not more than 3 people and a cow using Haiku.

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