Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 18th Jan 2010 16:06 UTC, submitted by fireball
ReactOS The ReactOS project aims to be an open source Windows NT-compatible operating system which can run Windows applications and utilise Windows drivers. Obviously, this is quite a daunting task, and as such, progress has been relatively slow. As a result, project coordinator and kernel developer Aleksey Bragin has proposed a rather drastic solution.
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Yes, I read the article, where did you make it clear that this would be running on top of a ReactOS kernel?

Do articles about water tell you water is wet?

Do I seriously have to start adding into articles about about alternative operating systems "This does not use the Linux kernel"? Is that what we've come to?

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Tuishimi Member since:

Yikes! You sound a little tense, there, Thom. ;)

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Morgan Member since:

I'd be a little perturbed myself. joshv is either trolling badly, or is genuinely missing the most obvious content in the article. It wouldn't hurt him to visit the ReactOS site to read about the fundamentals of the project, let alone the OSNews blurb.

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