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Software News   Software News : Open source browser for AROS
   posted by deadwood on 11-Dec-2008 19:20:49 (3146 reads)
As can be seen on Power2People (http://www.power2people.org/projects.html, bottom of page) Stanislaw Szymczyk accepted the 'Port an Open Source Browser To AROS' bounty with the deadline of March 1st 2009...
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Stanislaw, who already completed the AROS Self-compilation bounty this year, selected the OWB as the target browser for the port. He already posted some very early alpha results in this thread: http://aros-exec.org/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=25173#forumpost25173

Please support his efforts by donating to the bounty: http://www.power2people.org/bounty_020.html
    

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Re: Open source browser for AROS
Posted on 12-Dec-2008 2:38:27
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Please give this bounty some love, it rightly deserves it!


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Re: Open source browser for AROS
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lol! Never! Better give the money to Jörg Strohmayer for work done in the past for OWB 1.x and 2.x...


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Re: Open source browser for AROS
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By all means do so, but one doesn't exclude the other...


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Re: Open source browser for AROS
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No, by all means exclude the others

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Re: Open source browser for AROS
Posted on 12-Dec-2008 19:14:30
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http://strohmayer.org/owb/#Donations
Please go ahead. AROS' OWB port might benefit
from that as well.

ciao

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Re: Open source browser for AROS
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HeeHee! whats with all this humour?
Whatever happened to good old flamewars.

I dunno, forum posters today! they just hav'nt got what it takes.

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Manu 
Re: Open source browser for AROS
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Aros bashing time ! Ok, go ahead have fun, just make sure it makes your day.


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Re: Open source browser for AROS
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Quote:
http://strohmayer.org/owb/#Donations Please go ahead. AROS' OWB port might benefit from that as well.


aros has mui as native gui, not classact

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Re: Open source browser for AROS
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Yes, lets exclude or include the otters

ehm.. sorry...


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Sure you're right, but it's not all about gui.

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Nah...!


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