These days when asked what a moonshot was, most people would respond with blank looks and then ask if it had something to do with the moon. A few more knowledgeable persons might respond that it referred to the Apollo program. Still others would say it referred to any project whose chances of success were low or might take a very long time to show demonstrable success. The Reactive Operator System fell squarely in that third category and it was with some irony that with every success it achieved its future goals became ever loftier. Perhaps even more ironic, the firs
Thanks to Oldman, we're proud to announce that UltraVNC 1.0.5 is now running in ReactOS.
UltraVNC is a powerful, easy to use and free remote pc access software that can display the screen of another computer (via internet or network) on your own screen. The program allows you to use your mouse and keyboard to control the other PC remotely. It means that you can work on a remote computer, as if you were sitting in front of it, right from your current location.
Hello everyone! Long time no see!
As some of you will probably know by now, I had a cooking accident, wherein my hand was splashed by very hot olive oil. I will skip the shameful details, but I want to say that for the next 10 days, I was unable to code properly.
Hello, and welcome to my weekly report. I apologize for not having a report last weekend, so this week’s report will be longer than usual.
Reading the issues in the community-powered Shell TODO List got me thinking about some issues that I previously thought were too complex for phase 1. Biggest of all, was the implementation of the CMergedFolder class structure. This set of classes is almost completely undocumented, and I suspect it has multiple features that don’t really fit together.
Hello! Welcome back to my weekly status report. I want to finally start writing the reports on Fridays, so it hasn’t been that many days since the last report, and there was a holiday in the middle of this week and some craziness you may already be aware of, so this report may end up either shorter than usual, or at least different. Sorry about that!