Issue 1. [Re: [ros-general] ROS-User-Issues]

jwalsh at bigpond.net.au jwalsh at bigpond.net.au
Mon Oct 24 12:12:33 CEST 2005


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: 
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> ---- 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
> 
> Justin
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