[haiku-appserver] Re: Developer Ping

  • From: "DarkWyrm" <bpmagic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku-appserver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 07 Nov 2004 15:28:20 -0500 EST

>       Anyway, _I promise_ this is the last design that I make for R1 - 
> this 
> is the final design for R1. It is the nicest an cleanest I ever done 
> so 
> far. :-)
>       I will soon be done with it and after testing it seriously I will 
> check 
> it in. I hope I'll be doing this before Christmas. :-)) :-P 
> Seriously, I 
> will try.
I know from experience that the window management code is something 
that is hard to get right, so you'll get no complaints from me.

> That's what I'm doing. What about you?
Trying to figure out where the time went. I updated my website for the 
first time in almost a month just a couple of days ago and it's 
something that I try to do at least once every couple weeks. A 
significant part of that time has gone into setting up and learning to 
use Linux on the desktop. The experience has made me wish that the 
BlueEyedOS project would get around to releasing their sources so that 
someone else could finish it.

Yesterday I picked up a copy of The MacOS Bible (made by the same 
company as the BeOS one) and I've been looking through it. I knew that 
BeOS inherited some things because JLG, Sakoman, and many of the other 
Be guys came from Apple. I had no idea just how much -- it's simply 
amazing how much and how some of the weak areas MacOS had that BeOS 
really improved on.


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