This may be the best half-hour you spend today
Only if the other 23.5 hours were spent getting poked in the eye with a sharp stick. What a load of crap.
Dr. Seuss: “Oh, the jobs people work at! Out west near Hawtch-Hawtch there's a Hawtch-Hawtcher bee watcher, his job is to watch. Is to keep both his eyes on the lazy town bee, a bee that is watched will work harder you see. So he watched and he watched, but in spite of his watch that bee didn't work any harder not mawtch. So then somebody said "Our old bee-watching man just isn't bee watching as hard as he can, he ought to be watched by another Hawtch-Hawtcher! The thing that we need is a bee-watcher-watcher!". Well, the bee-watcher-watcher watched the bee-watcher. He didn't watch well so another Hawtch-Hawtcher had to come in as a watch-watcher-watcher! And now all the Hawtchers who live in Hawtch-Hawtch are watching on watch watcher watchering watch, watch watching the watcher who's watching that bee. You're not a Hawtch-Watcher you're lucky you see!”
This is my new favorite non-funny comment.
They were not entirely successful.
There are OS projects that are not clones of existing systems, but they never gain any traction because the applications are just not there. The whole point of ReactOS is to come up with something that will allow the use of a big chunk of existing applications.
The only chance of getting a new OS off the ground is to start it on a new type of platform, and even that is dicey at best. WebOS hasn't exactly taken off.
"Take a relaxing trip to Terra 3!
That's Sol 3.
I think the article was written by someone who has never used an Android phone and couldn't be bothered to take the time to verify the nonsense that they were passing on.
but not flooding.
Is that intercal in a sig?
That's awesome. Shouldn't it end with PLEASE GIVE UP?
'cept for that pesky 32mb partition size limit.
Sad. Not only that, but it's likely that more Americans can name the Steelers offensive line than will ever even hear the name Wernher Von Braun. You see, our stupidity knows no borders.
Yes, but you see: ours goes to eleven.
Or digging further:
# Push access to packages in the Fedora SCM.
# Ability to perform builds and make updates to Fedora packages.
Which I would qualify as high-value.
And besides all that, it sure seems like a fun thing to do!
It's not hard to admit errors that are [only] cosmetically wrong. -- J.K. Galbraith