Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Oct 2008 19:58 UTC, submitted by FreeGamer
BeOS & Derivatives It seems like only yesterday when due to a combination of hubris, bad business decisions, and pressure from Apple and Microsoft, Be, Inc. went under, with its assets - including the BeOS - bought up by Palm, who now store it in a filing cabinet somewhere in the attic of the company's Sunnyvale headquarters. Right after Be went under, the OpenBeOS project was started; an effort to recreate the BeOS as open source under the MIT license. This turned out to be a difficult task, and many doubted the project would ever get anywhere. We're seven years down the road now, and the persistence is paying off: the first Haiku alpha is nearer than ever.
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Is the alpha out?
by telemetree on Fri 24th Oct 2008 15:35 UTC
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2008-10-24

Is this then the first alpha: haiku-alpha-r28303-raw.zip?
http://haiku-files.org/raw/index.php?dir=&sort=name&order=desc

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RE: Is the alpha out?
by umccullough on Fri 24th Oct 2008 18:38 in reply to "Is the alpha out?"
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2006-01-26

Is this then the first alpha: haiku-alpha-r28303-raw.zip?
http://haiku-files.org/raw/index.php?dir=&sort=name&order=desc


No, the guy who configures the build factory just didn't put "pre-" into the name when he built them, it's still pre-alpha until you read an official announcement somewhere ;)

Edit: Typo

Edited 2008-10-24 18:38 UTC

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