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More news on ReactOS Community Edition!

http://community.reactos.org/index.php/ ... nd-my-work
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I use ReactOS on real hardware. Will you? My Computers: https://www.reactos.org/wiki/PC_ROS_Rigs Go all the way to the bottom.

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SP2 compatibility - very good. On an other point, I love the WALL background to the ReactOS logo as shown on that link.

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That WALL implies the absolute solidity of ReactOS - we should really use that in our publicity. I suggest we put the WALL behind the ReactOS logo whenever we use it in similar context.
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I made that one myself. :)
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I don't think solidness or stability are precisely the things ReactOS is known for,
even if certainly some strides have been made in that direction lately.

The art is fine, though. I also appreciate Jared's work.
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Swyter wrote:I don't think solidness or stability are precisely the things ReactOS is known for,
even if certainly some strides have been made in that direction lately.

The art is fine, though. I also appreciate Jared's work.
We can hope that stability will get even better as time passes. :)
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Swyter wrote:I don't think solidness or stability are precisely the things ReactOS is known for,
That is the WHOLE point.
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dizt3mp3r wrote:
Swyter wrote:I don't think solidness or stability are precisely the things ReactOS is known for,
That is the WHOLE point.
Sarcasm does not work well over text. Next time add some hint so that I can distinguish it from delusional posts.
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There is no sarcasm - I think you are just being a caustic troll. I will not listen to your twattling any longer.
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dizt3mp3r wrote:There is no sarcasm - I think you are just being a caustic troll. I will not listen to your twattling any longer.
Sorry. I didn't mean to sound antagonizing.
This is why reader interpretation has so much leeway.
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The way I saw it, the purpose of the graphic was to build a subliminal hint that it is solid. Maybe it has a ways to go, but it is certainly more solid and stable that it has been.

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Purplegurl - It did the job admirably. That was my point. It is a good marketing tool.

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dizt3mp3r wrote:(can't read swyter's posts anymore - blocked him)
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Swyter, on the 25 Sep 2015 06:22 wrote:
dizt3mp3r wrote:
There is no sarcasm - I think you are just being a caustic troll. I will not listen to your twattling any longer.
Sorry. I didn't mean to sound antagonizing.
This is why reader interpretation has so much leeway.
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