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Wanted: Mail Servers

by @ Monday, July 5th, 2004. Filed under Petition

I noticed a post on the OpenBeOS [now Haiku] mailing list where there might be some interest in @somethingHaiku email addresses. I have looked into this before, and would be willing to set something up again, if there’s enough interest. I’ve previously done the math, and it’s not hard/expensive for small account sizes. The accounts […]

General Coffee Company needs help in a Flash

by @ Monday, October 21st, 2002. Filed under Petition

Ok.. so it looks like our pals over at the general coffee company film productions who create the macromedia flash plugin for beos seem to be having trouble getting it updated. The problem seems to be that Macromedia won’t help them get it updated to support Flash 5 and later. Apparently they use Macromedia licensed […]

The King Is Dead – Long Live The King

by @ Sunday, August 19th, 2001. Filed under Petition

So, it must be said – get over it – BeOS is dead. Palm didn’t buy Be, they bought Be’s IP. Even if Palm decides to do something with BeOS, it won’t likely be called BeOS. The King is Dead. A number of people and groups have stepped forward with actions to back words… Michael […]

Survey to find out potential BeOS market

by @ Monday, July 9th, 2001. Filed under Petition

Not so much a petition in kind, but still – gets the petition category. 😛 Helmar has set up a survey to research the market of BeOS. From Helmar: It was done with the aim of finding out about the “material” [resources] available to someone interested in licensing BeOS from Be, Inc. and relaunching it […]

Sony _does_ do OS’s

by @ Thursday, April 26th, 2001. Filed under Petition

So Sony, after stating that a game console does not need an OS, has responded to a petition to put Linux on the PS/2. Over on Slashdot, there’s a story about how a petition signed by 6000 people got Sony to begin work on a Linux for it’s Playstation 2 game console. The Beta will […]

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