Linked by rohan_p on Fri 13th Apr 2012 11:25 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS The developers of the open source, Amiga-inspired Syllable operating system have chalked up a new release, releasing version 0.6.7. Rohan Pearce at Techworld caught up with lead developer Kaj de Vos for a chat about what's new and the team's future plans. Last year OSNews posted a longer interview with him about the background of the project, also performed by Pearce.
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RE[2]: Amiga?
by henderson101 on Sun 15th Apr 2012 01:26 UTC in reply to "RE: Amiga?"
henderson101
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BeOS is not really Amiga related - not lie you imply. All of the early engineers were either ex-Apple (Sakoman, Erich Ringewald, Bob Herold) or Mac programmers (Benoit Schillings.) they might have taken queues, but most of the early BeOS was built ground up using previous experience at Apple (the Pink project and Talient) and the Dragon book.

As I said with AtheOS, I read tat Kurt had originally been inspired by te Amiga, but that refactoring had left that pretty far from the view of the average Applications programmer.

REBOL doesn't interest me.

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