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Forgive me. I don't have enough background knowledge on the development of Syllable. The latest stable release of Syllable was released on May 15, 2009.
What were the Syllable developers doing for the past 2 years?
If you read our front page news articles and change logs for the past two years and the articles here on OSNews, you will know.
That interview was nice to read.
Kaj and the syllable team does great work.
Your fortitude is inspirational and shows what can be done.
My 20cents here to the Syllable team.
Regarding future applications.
Please consider only getting one or two highly functional programs per application type.
More people working say on just one audio application for example can polish it more and add more depth to it.
Well, for sure there have been some trouble in the upper layers of the Syllable organization.
This is a comment (from an (ex-)insider at Syallable) on a thread at haiku-os.org: https://www.haiku-os.org/community/forum/syllable_vs_haiku#comment-1...
This explains why there has been little progress on the actual OS itself. Of course there will be two sides on the story, but where there is smoke.....
But of course I wish Syllable all the best since I am a fan of alternative operating systems.
But me, me like Haiku (Aplha3 is another great leap)