On 15 aug 2011, at 00.33, Dean Landolt wrote:
Wow, had missed that one. Development is truly speed of light at the
> On 14 aug 2011, at 01.58, Sotonin wrote:
> I think the idea is a fantastic one. But not with jQuery. jQueryUI
> The licensing terms of Ext are a little too restrictive to allow for
> I'm not saying that jQuery might be the best technological solution,
> Just as Node I think the other winners of the JS race will be those
> Dojo. The engineering quality of Ext with a liberal license and
> FWIW I'm with Scott -- calling whatever you're trying to do an OSWell I'm mostly theorising at the moment and asking questions to avoid
> would probably be a mistake. I'm guessing you're going to need an OS
> to run node on! You don't plan on rewriting all the userland tools,
> right? You're probably talking about a desktop environment, right?
What's to say everything currently written in C can't/won't be
And I'm not the only one poking around asking questions:
Every OS has to be written in some other language before it can be
> In any event, good luck -- it seems to me like a great time for it.And to you too, exciting times we're living in! :)
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