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icon3.gif  Cooperate with another interesting project: The Haiku Operating System! [message #13278] Fri, 28 December 2007 13:46 Go to next message
fleximus is currently offline  fleximus
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Hi,


I'm kinda new to Ultimate++ and like the approach taken by it. I also like it's liberal license.

What I think is missing is a cooperation with another very good project: Haiku, which is a operating system clone of the beloved BeOS. It uses the MIT/X license.

Both projects would have benefits from that and it would be a good PR announcement for both. A classic win-win situation Wink



Greets,
Flex

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Re: Cooperate with another interesting project: The Haiku Operating System! [message #13280 is a reply to message #13278] Fri, 28 December 2007 18:17 Go to previous message
mirek is currently offline  mirek
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fleximus wrote on Fri, 28 December 2007 07:46

Hi,


I'm kinda new to Ultimate++ and like the approach taken by it. I also like it's liberal license.

What I think is missing is a cooperation with another very good project: Haiku, which is a operating system clone of the beloved BeOS. It uses the MIT/X license.

Both projects would have benefits from that and it would be a good PR announcement for both. A classic win-win situation Wink



Greets,
Flex


I think Haiku is interesting project, but other than that, we share a very little in common...
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