Linked by Kaj-de-Vos on Mon 16th Jul 2012 21:35 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the first release of Syllable Desktop, then plainly called Syllable 0.4.0. The original website and announcement are gone, and many other circumstances of the time have changed quite dramatically. The project is happy that Syllable is still here - which, judging by comparable ventures, is a feat to be proud of.

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by cipri on Thu 19th Jul 2012 19:22 UTC
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great how you use to celebrate such an important date. With compiling/porting 3rd party code on top of SDL.
Instead of doing on development and celebrating development on the core system.
This is the expression of impotence, sadly. You know that you have not much to show, but somehow you must celebrate that important date for syllable.

I'm curious if kaj and vanders, if they would turn back in time, 10 years ago, if they would again start/continue working on syllable, if they knew that 10 years later if would come to this result.

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