Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 8th Jan 2005 16:15 UTC, submitted by Michael Saunders
Syllable, AtheOS The December issue of the Syllable Development Newsletter is now available, covering news and updates for the open source desktop OS. Highlights: 0.5.5 release, ABrowse updates, patches aplenty and more. Additionally, the SYL-CON user/coder meetup has been set for 19th and 20th of February in London - let them know if you're going.
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RE:RE: Nice
by Tanner on Tue 11th Jan 2005 22:08 UTC

I've a few ideas about some fancy things to add to Syllable...

Just imagine speech recognition and speech sinthetization integrated in the desktop environment...

Mouse gestures (like those in Opera) to navigate in the file system...

In the kernel... something very innovative in the scheduler, just to express the power of todays processors (power that isnt so expressed in WindowsXP for example). The use of Genetic algorithms (seen in some recent articles) for minor tweakings of the kernel.. What a great thing this would be!