Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 3rd Jun 2010 13:52 UTC, submitted by jeanmarc
BeOS & Derivatives "In this short article, we'll take a look at the legendary BFS, starting with some filesystem basics and moving on to a discussion of the above features. Also included at the end of the article are two interviews: one with the person who developed BFS for Be, and another with the developer behind the open-source version of BFS."
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RE: Great article!
by Adam S on Sat 5th Jun 2010 02:18 UTC in reply to "Great article!"
Adam S
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ARS has paid staff, we've got a bunch of volunteers. It's one thing to be happy about the article, it's another to start griping that we don't write this stuff in our spare time when we all have real jobs too.

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RE[2]: Great article!
by Valhalla on Sat 5th Jun 2010 11:17 in reply to "RE: Great article!"
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2006-01-24

ARS has paid staff, we've got a bunch of volunteers. It's one thing to be happy about the article, it's another to start griping that we don't write this stuff in our spare time when we all have real jobs too.


True, but now that OSNews has officially come out of the closet with their already obvious Haiku bias (and who can blame them? really? I mean really? ;) ) I'm expecting alot more Haiku pimping ;)

So enough with all this web crap for a while and have Thom ride his unicorn over to the Haiku camp and do some interesting interviews and stuff, this years 'Google summer of code' projects would be a good starting point for a good article methinks.

Ahwell, just a friendly suggestion ;)

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