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News   News : Interview with AROS Developer Robert Norris
   posted by NovaBurst on 31-Jan-2007 3:46:15 (1389 reads)
Promising new AROS Developer Robert Norris is interviewed by The AROS Show.
    

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Re: Interview with AROS Developer Robert Norris
Posted on 31-Jan-2007 22:37:14
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That's the most interesting thing I've read about AROS for a long time. He explains himself well and seems to have a real vision for AROS. It's great to hear such optimism from a 'do-er'.

I hope he's able to take up the bounty for DOS packets.

Chris

Last edited by clebin on 31-Jan-2007 at 10:47 PM.


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