Linked by Conrad Voorsanger on Thu 2nd Jun 2011 16:28 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews OSNews sat down with Ian Seyler, the Founder and Lead Programmer at Return Infinity, the maker and sponsor of Baremetal OS, a 64-bit OS for x86-64 based computers written entirely in Assembly. Editor's note: We'd love to do similar interviews with the people behind other alternative or hobby OS projects. If there's a project that you'd like to learn more about, let us know.
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GNUstep
by Hypnos on Thu 2nd Jun 2011 20:54 UTC
Hypnos
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2008-11-19

While it's a desktop toolkit project, and not an OS project, I think it would be useful for OSNews to interview GNUstep chief maintainer Gregory Casamento to learn about where the project is and where it's heading.

Edited 2011-06-02 20:56 UTC

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RE: GNUstep
by twitterfire on Thu 2nd Jun 2011 22:52 in reply to "GNUstep"
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2008-09-11

While it's a desktop toolkit project, and not an OS project, I think it would be useful for OSNews to interview GNUstep chief maintainer Gregory Casamento to learn about where the project is and where it's heading.


Like someone cares. Ask someone from Gnome, KDE, Windows, Os X, Haiku. Asking something about some project which tries to reimplement a dead project (OpenStep) and has only two users isn't going to be interesting for more than two users.

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RE[2]: GNUstep
by Hypnos on Fri 3rd Jun 2011 02:05 in reply to "RE: GNUstep"
Hypnos Member since:
2008-11-19

1) I believe that GNUstep has changed from reimplementing OpenStep to tracking OSX, so that one can write portable programs for both the Linux and Mac platforms. I think that's interesting.

2) By your logic, OSNews shouldn't cover any of the obscure OS projects either, such as BareMetal. If OSNews isn't doing that, then it has no reason to exist -- just read ArsTechnica.

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