personal at juleos.co.uk
Sun Dec 18 15:59:45 CET 2005
Rick Langschultz wrote:
> I have an idea - each version of windows is code named. Does anyone
> remember: neptune, whistler, longhorn, blackcomb? Nobody remembers
> code names they remember the innovations, improvements, and
> annoyances provided by the stable or released version. I have a copy
> of whistler on an old machine and I would rather run that as opposed
> to XP.
> Why not call the releases ReactOS (Zeus) or any other naming scheme.
> Linux distributions are released through naming. Also providing
> something like 0.2-12182005 would statisfy my check-out needs.
> But I do like the code naming idea best. Since 0.3.0 may not (Or will
> not) be the next release. Besides it is tiring to hear people bicker
> about versioning. Just say the next release, or the next version.
I think that's a brilliant idea - it'll get more in to the Windows
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