OSNews: The Comeback of a Classic OS
Dec 30, 2002, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by David Adams)
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"So who is really keeping this OS alive and going? The BeOS
community, who else?
"Even though Be Inc. shut its doors and sold itself to Palm back
in 2001, the BeOS community left behind did not waste a second. The
developers of the community are working hard on creating a clone
that will equal, if not, exceed the power of the current BeOS 5,
bringing a whole new breath of life to the OS. It kind of redefines
the meaning of 'the future OS.'
"Open Source projects such as OpenBeOS, BlueEyedOS, and Zeta,
just to name a few, began working hard on making sure that the BeOS
era continues to grow. The whole BeOS community is relying on these
projects to make this happen..."