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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
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by Techworld Australia. The full Q&A
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70,80 kg for a child? That's not something to be proud of. 10 kg is a bit on the emancipated anorexic side as well. Something more like 22 kg sounds better to me for a generic child of generic child age.
you didnt get the idea. Light doesnt mean automatically it's great. Vandam is heavy, but instead full of muscles, which you can use to do work. The child has 10 kg, but mostly fat.
Syllable misses really a lot of things. It's light, but it also doesnt offer much. It has a "leight" api, but which instead is very very uncomplete and very buggy.
Even if you do something simple you come across it's liminations and bugs, and if you try to do something more complex the bugs become more and more obvious.
The syllable community has come to the conglusion that it even has no sense to report bugs, because even the most trivial ones are not solved, even they have been repetedly reported over the years.
It's really in such a funny situation, that you could think that it's bug-free if you look how often bug reports are done. It seems like nobody has anything to complain about. But in fact most people dont care anymore, and so bugs are not reported. Or just very rarely by newbies which are new and dont know yet, that the project is know alredy for some years mroe or less in a pause-periode. Most of the devs / ex-devs are expecting it to die, a new version 0.6.7 is not expected by them to come out anytime soon.
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