[ros-kernel] Final Public Release(s)
Royce Mitchell III
royce3 at ev1.net
Sat Feb 21 17:15:12 CET 2004
absleadcoder at cox.net wrote:
>I think that ros is moving along pretty well, however talks of a final build or a future release of ROS should be out of the question. ROS lacks features that a majority of operating systems have. I am not trying to downplay the time and effort to the programmers or testers but there are serious flaws in the system itself. There is no networking enable, that is stable enough to support a users system. There is no notepad, write, or paint, it lacks a few libraries that newer windows programs finds essential to its operation. In order to have a release date and such there needs to be a better build of ROS. ROS needs to process much quicker also. My Pentium II with NT boots faster than my Pentium II with ROS on it. NT also has about 30 (user) services running.
I don't know about all of this, but I would agree attaching the word
"Final" to a release is misleading.
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