Linked by David Adams on Mon 19th May 2008 18:41 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes A feature at OSNews for many years, the OS Resources page has been a popular reference for OS enthusiasts, but it hasn't been tended very much over the past couple of years, and it's in need of an update. While the OSNews staff will be working on making our own updates, we wanted to involve the readers, so we've set up an OS Resources Wiki to help with collaboration. Please "read more" if you'd like to help out.
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Comment by primelight@live.com
by primelight@live.com on Mon 19th May 2008 19:22 UTC
primelight@live.com
Member since:
2008-03-19

As for the "How to Write Your Own OS" section, why not just link to the osdev.org wiki? Insanely stupid to maintain two such resources.

Edited 2008-05-19 19:22 UTC

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David Member since:
1997-10-01

You bring up an important point. It's not necessary to reinvent the wheel. However, if several people are working on competing types of wheels, I'd like to link to both of them.

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Alboin Member since:
2007-10-17

AFAIK (And I've been osdeving for a few years now.), osdev.org is the only actively maintained wiki on the web. The other two resources (BF and OSRC) are not of the same type of 'wheel', so there isn't any competition between them.

Edited 2008-05-19 19:50 UTC

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