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OBOS quickie!

by @ Monday, December 22nd, 2003. Filed under BeDevCity

Just a quick note to let ya’ll know that the fellas over at OBOS have released a little holiday present for you. It is version 1.1 of the resource compiler (rc). Hit the link to read the news from the OBOS site. Great work fellas! Have yerselves a fantastic holiday!

OpenBeOS acting like a duck!

by @ Thursday, December 4th, 2003. Filed under BeDevCity

Like the beautiful duck that appears to sit on the water, apparently doing nothing, we have watched OBOS, wondering if they were actually doing anything. While the duck kicks like the dickens to stay in one spot, the OBOS team is working hard behind the scenes, moving all the nitty-gritty inners of OBOS towards the […]

Darkwyrm hacks again!

by @ Tuesday, November 18th, 2003. Filed under BeDevCity

Darkwyrm is at it again! You just can’t keep a great programmer down. His update is more for the technically inclined and talks about BscrollBars and the like. You can read it here to get all the juicy details. Thanks again for all the hard work Darkwyrm.

Moving is tough

by @ Monday, November 10th, 2003. Filed under BeDevCity

Darkwyrm is learning the hard way that “moving is tough but getting settled is tougher!” Over at his site he let’s everyone know that he is still around but life has interrupted development for the moment. He also has his quick take on Zeta-RC1.

Darkwyrm on the move

by @ Wednesday, October 29th, 2003. Filed under BeDevCity

It appears that the notorious OBOS app_server developer Darkwyrm is on the move again. This time he and his family are moving to a nice roomy house a little ways north of his current location. We can only hope that the new enviornment will still be conducive to code development. With this move, he may […]

BeDevCity back online!

by @ Wednesday, November 15th, 2000. Filed under BeDevCity

Billy Kakes wrote in to let us know that BeDevCity, a Hotline server for BeOS developers featuring sample code, developer chat, and beta testing among dev’s. The service gets better as more people join, and the already active group is looking for new developers to join in the fray. Billy also mentioned that they are […]

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