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Interview: Syllable OS Lead Developer Kaj de Vos
on Wed 31st Aug 2011 21:20 UTC
Syllable OS lead developer Kaj de Vos
has been interviewed
by Techworld Australia. The full Q&A
is also available
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RE: Chrome browser
on Thu 1st Sep 2011 13:18 UTC in reply to "
Can you port Chrome Browser to say Haiku and Syllable.
If you could that a whole range of applications would be at the users disposable.
How challenging is this?
Who should port it? On syllable there are no active developers. Perhaps you can find one or two that consider themself developers after they managed to compile a comand line application by running the "make" command.
There are even not developers that solve the most simple bugs, that would need just a few lines of code.
Syllable 0.6.6 is already more than 2 years old, and their last development build is also about 2 years old. Compare it with Haiku that has every day a few development builds.
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