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Sun Oct 9 21:19:50 CEST 2005
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ros-dev-bounces at reactos.org [mailto:ros-dev-bounces at reactos.org] On Behalf Of Max Well
> Sent: 9. oktober 2005 21:00
> To: Jason Filby; ReactOS Development List
> Cc: ea at reactos.org
> Subject: Re: [ros-dev] FreeWin95
> I think he wants to say, that we stick to close with Windows.
> ReactOS really looks like a clone of Windows NT and doesn't have many
> new features.
> In my oppinion he is right, maybe we should create something innovative,
> that is intuitive and compatible to Windows NT, but doesn't clone the
> whole UI.
> Maybe we should think of a redesign of the UI, but at the moment I think
> the kernel should have a higher priority.
> David Hinz
No one has said you can't be innovative, but you have to be realistic. Inventing
a whole new super-optimized driver model or a new user interface that makes users
more productive isn't easy and requires a lot of resources to do. So what do you want?
An OS that does more of what people have come to expect from a modern OS or an OS
that does much less of that and something in a completely new way. You can't do both
since ReactOS has limited resources like any other software project.
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