Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 17th Apr 2007 22:12 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives Even more Haiku news today. Oliver Ruiz Dorantes, who will be monitoring GSoC student Salvatore Benedetto coming summer, has started work on what will become an office suite for Haiku. His blog already shows the first screenshots of the project. He is seeking for help on the project, so if you have the experience, feel free t help him out. Also, a new batch of icons has been added to Haiku.
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RE[4]: Why not
by StephenBeDoper on Mon 23rd Apr 2007 02:40 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Why not"
StephenBeDoper
Member since:
2005-07-06

As far as your screed about configuring Linux distros, I'd be more than happy to recommend several that even a BeOS user could run (and fwiw, I've never had a "failed" Linux install).


Affected superiority and self-congratulation, what charming combination.

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RE[5]: Why not
by lucky13 on Mon 23rd Apr 2007 23:40 in reply to "RE[4]: Why not"
lucky13 Member since:
2007-04-01

Did you have anything substantive to add to the discussion? No? Thanks for sharing your own, err, "charm."

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RE[6]: Why not
by StephenBeDoper on Tue 24th Apr 2007 00:34 in reply to "RE[5]: Why not"
StephenBeDoper Member since:
2005-07-06

Did you have anything substantive to add to the discussion?


You've done a pretty good job of ensuring that the "discussion" is not worth contributing to in any serious way. It's also painfully evident, based on the numerous infantile cheapshots you've posted in this thread, that you yourself have absolutely no interest in anything resembling adult discourse (the bitter rants on your blog are ample proof of that).

If you so long for substantive discussion, then perhaps you ought to offer some actual substantive criticism - as opposed to the juvenile mudslinging and bitter rants you've posted here and on your blog. So far, you don't appear to be doing anything other than cherry-picking the most obviously-false claims related to Haiku and then using those claims to draw generalized, disingenuous conclusions. In other words, pretty much the exact opposite of the actions that one takes when they're interested in rational, adult discussion.

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