Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Nov 2006 20:04 UTC, submitted by fireball
ReactOS ReactOS, the open source implementation of a Windows XP/2003 compatible operating system, is announcing a start of a series of interviews with ReactOS developers. The first published interview features the project coordinator Aleksey Bragin. The ReactOS team plans to publish interviews on a weekly basis.
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Mage66
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2005-07-11

ReactOS uses and contribute back to the WINE project.

So, in developing ReactOS, they ARE making Linux better.

And when done, ReactOS will breathe life into millions of older computers that won't run a current version of Windows and aren't worth purchasing a license for.

I've got a ton of systems I could give away if I had a legal copy of Windows to load on it. ReactOS could be that.

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mmebane Member since:
2005-07-06

Well, actually, Wine doesn't accept anything back from ReactOS, because they fear its development methods may not be entirely legal in the US.

Edited 2006-11-16 17:11

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