Linked by Kaj-de-Vos on Mon 16th Jul 2012 21:35 UTC
Syllable, AtheOS

Today marks the tenth anniversary of the first release of Syllable Desktop, then plainly called Syllable 0.4.0. The original website and announcement are gone, and many other circumstances of the time have changed quite dramatically. The project is happy that Syllable is still here - which, judging by comparable ventures, is a feat to be proud of.

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RE[2]: great
by cipri on Fri 20th Jul 2012 15:36 UTC in reply to "RE: great"
cipri
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2007-02-15


Myself? Yes.


I think, as a celebration of 10 years of syllable, it would have been (at least for me personally) more interesting to see an overview made by you and kaj, about the last 10 years of syllable. But a honest one (not one meant to make publicity for syllable). And explaining again, how all started, and what happened over the years. What where the successes and the failures. What where the major events (good ones, but also the bad ones(e.g. arno leaving?)). And making a status report and explaining what the current situation of syllable is, and what is planned for the future.
Even the current situation might be a bad one, i think honesty will not harm that much, in this specific situation.

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RE[3]: great
by Vanders on Fri 20th Jul 2012 17:42 in reply to "RE[2]: great"
Vanders Member since:
2005-07-06

I think, as a celebration of 10 years of syllable, it would have been (at least for me personally) more interesting to see an overview made by you and kaj, about the last 10 years of syllable.


Except I'm not involved with Syllable beyond paying for the domains and occasionally annoying Kaj by posting on the forums about code I wrote years ago and getting it wrong, and I personally have more interesting things to do.

Besides going over the past doesn't change the present, unless you're Dr. Who.

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RE[4]: great
by cipri on Sat 21st Jul 2012 09:29 in reply to "RE[3]: great"
cipri Member since:
2007-02-15

Besides going over the past doesn't change the present, unless you're Dr. Who.


It will not change the present,but I think it could change the future.

An honest analysis of the past could help to identify the problems/mistakes of the past, and help to not to continue with them, or to not repeat them again.

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