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Re: AROS homepage down?

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Thanks. Any chance they'll end back up on the homepage?

Posted on: 8/24 12:42
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Re: AROS homepage down?

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Too bad, following the commits gave a good idea of progress being made.

Posted on: 8/24 5:31
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Re: Folio - text editor

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A bit harsh to describe everything that's not Libre Office as a waste of time. Libre Office has a large amount of dependencies that would need to be ported.

Posted on: 8/18 17:02
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Re: More than a week in AROS...

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Thanks for the update! I do wish the front page updates would resume.

Posted on: 8/17 11:55
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Re: Folio - text editor

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That looks very interesting!

Posted on: 8/12 1:21
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Re: a cheap motherboard and cpu for aros

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Tech news outlets really need to stop calling everything a Raspberry Pi competitor because this isn't that, it's a semi-industrial board.

However, the Apollo Lake Atoms are quite performant and sip energy compared to most Intel CPU's. They'll make great AROS boxes.

Posted on: 7/25 0:48
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Re: AROS platform: Parallela 18-core credit card sized computer

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Problem with the Parallella boards is that each of the epiphany cores is quite weak. To support such an exotic architecture when the performance isn't there yet and when most applications wouldn't really be able to leverage it's architecture would be a wasted effort.

Maintaining the ARM port, where many cheap quad- and octa-cores are available is a better course of action I believe.

Posted on: 3/28 0:13
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