Wired: Vaporware 2000: Missing Inaction - 2.4 Kernel Makes #4Dec 27, 2000, 17:53 (17 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Leander Kahney)
"Special mention should go to some of the products that didn't quite make the Bottom 10: The Y2K bug, Microsoft's .Net strategy, Linux-based organizers, widespread high-speed Net access and a stable version of Windows. ...here is Vaporware 2000: a celebration of the most highly anticipated goods or services that despite all the promises, failed to be transformed from ethereal vapor into real, tangible hardware or software. The winners of the Wired News Vaporware 2000 awards in reverse order are..."
"4: A New Linux kernel: Linus Torvalds promised a new kernel for Linux, version 2.4, by December. Where is it? Er ..."
"1: Mac OS X: Last year's winner of the Vaporware Awards was Microsoft for Windows 2000, the oft-delayed update to Windows. This year, the crown passes to Apple, for Mac OS X, the oft-delayed update to the Mac OS."