Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 14th Aug 2007 22:04 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives "FalterCon 2007 took place on August 11, and it went quite well (IMHO, of course). Here I would like to share my personal impressions of the event, as well as make a few (somewhat) related observations. When the news of the WalterCon cancellation broke out and I read about some people being left with non-refundable air tickets, my first reaction was 'OK, let's do something with these guys'. A few emails later with Mike Summers, Bryan Varner and Urias, we had decided on having a community gathering which, as many of you know, was to later be called FalterCon (yes, pun intended). In approximately two weeks, we found a venue (and a good one!), had this website running, prepared some nice promo material, and were able to gather nine people willing to attend. All in all, I think we did pretty well given the very little time we had."
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Hmprf
by predictor on Wed 15th Aug 2007 06:45 UTC
predictor
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2006-11-30

NewOS deserves a better OS on top of it... travis made a fantastic kernel, and now these guys have put a unbelievably unstable and code-crappy OS on top that they try to "market". I don't get it. Fix OS, then market. Yeah, yeah, I know. "It's pre-alpha!"

Sigh.

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RE: Hmprf
by koki on Wed 15th Aug 2007 07:20 in reply to "Hmprf"
koki Member since:
2005-10-17

Hey predictor, we love you too. ;)

Edited 2007-08-15 07:29

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RE: Hmprf
by Soulbender on Wed 15th Aug 2007 07:53 in reply to "Hmprf"
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2005-08-18

OSNews deserves a better comment than yours.

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RE: Hmprf
by bogomipz on Wed 15th Aug 2007 08:51 in reply to "Hmprf"
bogomipz Member since:
2005-07-11

Fix OS, then market.

Which is exactly what the Haiku team wants to do, while lots of people on the sideline want them to make releases before it's ready.

It's not easy to make everybody happy, which is why the team should do what they think is best for the project (this doesn't necessarily mean listening to people whining).

I think they do a tremendous job, and I'm very impressed by their results so far. Oh, and if you follow the mailing lists, you see more and more developers joining in.

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