[openbeos] Re: newsletter

  • From: Charlie Clark <charlie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 12 Sep 2003 08:12:57 +0200

>>Btw, WonderBrush was demoed at the last BeGeistert, and it was 
>>already very nice. (now you know what you have to do to see the 
>>things that will come next, go to BEGeistert :p)
>Hehe - long roadtrip. Still - I promised Charlie Clark that I would be there 
>when we had a bootable OS 
on x86 that is "reasonably" close to R5. 

a date was mentioned but I seem to have forgotten ;-) We will be booting OBOS 
at BeGeistert 011, of 
course. Maybe Michael and other special guests will be there or they'll be 
joining the ever growing list 
of "I can't make it this time but I'm definitely coming to the next one". 
Whatever if you want to come 
make sure you register as soon as possible. We're going to have a nice network 
infrastructure and if we 
get some help building WLAN-antennae we might even go public. Note this does 
not mean IRC or webcams for 
BeGeistert as we just don't have the time to coordinate it all but some stuff 
might get out.

>>Btw, eject was attributed to the wrong chap :p
>>I claim ownershipt :D
>This is fixed, but I must beg your apologies - I had no idea how to create the 
>letter after "n" in your 
first name (nor do I even know what it is called, properly), so I made it a 
"c". If someone wants to 
correct me offlist, I can fix it again. :-)

It's called "c cedilla". &ccedil; in HTML Shame on you for not knowing how to 
make this character in 
BeOS: what is Keymap for? ;-) Actually Oliver Kohl's Fontboy is an excellent 
way of accessing non-ASCII 
characters in BeOS as long as composition isn't possible.


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