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BeGames, um, I mean, BGStudios, updates project page

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Posted by:Deej on Friday, 20 Jul, 2001 @ 1:01 AM

BeGames Studios has updated the Marathon DoomTrooper Project page with new images and descriptions. Joshua Dunham also reminds readers in the BG Studios Newsletter that the MDT Project is always looking for quality and dedicated people to help out with this ambitious project.

BeOS losing the MediaOS edge?

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Posted by:Deej on Friday, 20 Jul, 2001 @ 12:34 AM

So it looks as though time is passing, and other OSes are beginning to catch up with our beloved OS in areas that we were so many light years ahead of not so long ago…

Slashdot has a story up about DeMuDi, Debian Music Distribution, which “is the first distribution of GNU/Linux whose sole purpose is to create a stable OS for Multimedia.” With the use of specific hardware, combined with realtime kernel patches, Linux “can achieve hardware level latencies”. The distro includes multitrack hard disk recording software, physical modelling and virtual analog synthesizers, beatboxes, midi sequencers, and other audio related applications.

With such an organized effort to bring Linux in the “BeOS arena” of low latency multimedia, BeOS is endangered with pro audio (if BeOS ever could have held such a title). Too Little, too late? I think not - yet. But we do need to get things organized, here and now.

Borland Survey Mentions BeOS

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Posted by:Deej on Friday, 20 Jul, 2001 @ 12:05 AM
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Brian sent in this link for C++ developers - Borland has introduced a new developer survey that mentions BeOS.

BeOS devs, head over to the site and vote for BeOS as a platform for their C++ Builder product.

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