"The TuxBox team believes they can have a console ready to sell,
with several game titles available, by this fall, even though they
haven't been able to salvage any code from Indrema. That goal could
sound unrealistic, or even cocky, but the project's founders are
approaching the task with a matter-of-fact determination and a
passion for creating a better gaming console...."
"'We are letting the open-source community take more of a role
in this project,' says Riley, a high school student from New
Prague, Minn. 'Indrema basically kept to themselves and didn't
inform their community too much on what was going on; we plan to
update our community daily.'"
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