[openbeos] Re: I am moving on

  • From: "Meanwhile -" <meanwhile@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2008 05:22:43 +0800

> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jorge Mare" <kokitomare@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: haiku-development@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Haiku mailing list" 
> <openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, haiku-web@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [openbeos] I am moving on
> Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2008 10:44:23 -0700
> Howdy,
> I know I have said or implied this a few times in the past, so feel
> free to chuckle/laugh at me if you want (I deserve it), but this time
> it is real: I am leaving the project for good.
> As for the reasons, I will spare you the details, and will just say
> this: Haiku was a lot of fun at the beginning, but this last year or
> so for the most part it's been dealing with boring stuff that nobody
> else wants to take care of, egos, indifference, hypocrisy,
> misunderstandings based on assumptions, and even a few personal
> attacks. This is not fun at all and I don't find it worth making the
> effort and sacrifice anymore.
> So, farewell and good luck with Haiku (Inc. or otherwise).
> Jorge

Hi Jorge,

For me, getting irritated by people I "know" only (or mostly) through the PC 
screen can never hurt as profoundly as the same thing in RL.
There's always areas that you can work on where you don't "meet" those 

I'd just keep focus on the general, more abstract goal, that is getting to 
Haiku R1 (and beyond). 

For that you just have to remember 2 things:

1) your memory of the very first time(s) you used BeOS and what it did to you 
2) your disappointment with BeOS' demise and -in the same breath- excitement of 
Haiku's birth.



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