Issue 1. [Re: [ros-general] ROS-User-Issues]
jwalsh at bigpond.net.au
jwalsh at bigpond.net.au
Mon Oct 24 22:13:26 CEST 2005
In my preoccupation with separating USER from PROGRAMMER I stepped into a rather smelly issue of my own making.
However your response is making me aware of a number of issues which may have lain dormant, simply because nobody "in the know" would have had (myself included) the courage to ask such a seemingl silly question..
How many Users would know what NT even means: Afterall Users don't program or do they?
Cheers and rosuccess
---- "Robert Köpferl" <rob at koepferl.de> wrote:
> Seems to me like you missed the point (or I did)
> It's about updates, patches for win98 and their current apps still
> working on win98
> jwalsh at bigpond.net.au wrote:
> > Issue 1
> > Telstra Bigbond has announced that they are following Microsofts plan to drop support for Windows98 fron 17th August this year.
> > It is clear that Microsoft is no longer supporting backward compatability, only forward.
> > These are two entirely different Technologies, both at the OS and at the File level.
> > If ReactOS policy is to be plug compatibe with Windows, how does ReactOS plan to deal with it?
> > Cheers and rosuccess
> > Justin
> > ---- Justin Walsh <justin_2006 at operamail.com> wrote:
> >>---- Justin Walsh <justin_2006 at operamail.com> wrote:
> >>>I'm a little confused.
> >>Well not anymore.
> >>This may not be a Wiki, but I can make it look like one.
> >>All I have to do is comply strictly with the ReactOS Code of Conduct.
> >>I think ROS-User-Issues or RUI is pretty clear.
> >>If you need to talk code then got to:
> >>ROS-Programmer-Issues or RPI.
> >>We already have Mingw-Msys for those don't just read or talk code,
> >>but seriously do it.
> >>Kicking off RUI.
> >>I recommend taking a look at http://www.pcpitstop.com
> >>He has some interesting things to say about Microsoft.
> >>Not that I agree entirely with him.
> >>Any objections or recomendations are welcome
> >>Cheers and rosuccess
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