[ros-dev] Life after audit
twotailedfox at gmail.com
Sun Jan 29 22:03:20 CET 2006
Some would say tha Audit is a good thing. Time to go through code like
rbuild, and make it better in the process.
On 1/30/06, David Hinz <post.center at gmail.com> wrote:
> I personally don't think the audit will take years, I would say it will
> be something around three months, until we have a ReactOS that installs
> and boots up into explorer.
> And anybody who wants to develop something for ReactOS can create system
> utilities that don't depend that hardly on ReactOS and would run on
> Windows (like my idea for a new setup system and a package manager).
> And I think ReactOS will be more solid after the audit and development
> will be easier as everything is reorganized and more intuitive for new
> And considering Microsofts development speed, it won't be that hard to
> avoid such lags... ;-)
> David Hinz
> Mikhail Y. Zvyozdochkin schrieb:
> > Hi all,
> > Steven Edwards wrote at http://www.reactos.org/xhtml/ru/news_page_14.html:
> > "One final note, this audit of the code is going to take a long time. It
> > could take years, but it will happen, this project will come out better
> > than it was before".
> > Whether means it, what all development will be suspended for the period
> > of audit? I understand necessity of audit, but I am afraid, that in a
> > year the urgency of the project will catastrophically fall, and it will
> > hopelessly lag behind from Microsoft :(.
> > I want, that ReactOS have survived...
> > WBR,
> > DarkHobbit
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