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Darkwyrm on the move

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Posted by:Yez on Wednesday, 29 Oct, 2003 @ 11:12 PM

It appears that the notorious OBOS app_server developer Darkwyrm is on the move again. This time he and his family are moving to a nice roomy house a little ways north of his current location. We can only hope that the new enviornment will still be conducive to code development. With this move, he may not be able to answer your emails immediately. You can get more information from Darkwyrm’s Webpage.

Zeta Shipping November 3rd

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Posted by:Ryan on Wednesday, 29 Oct, 2003 @ 10:36 AM

yellowTAB has recieved notification from it’s media production house that Zeta RC-1 CD’s are going to be done this week, and shipping will begin on November 3rd. Good news all around. IIRC, People who purchase RC-1 will be able to upgrade to the final release of Zeta at a reduced rate (media + shipping).

Other recent news from yellowTab includes a partnership with the Paragon Software Group to create a partition manager for Zeta - a lossless partition manager for Zeta would be quite an achievement, and would really help with the dual boot situation.

You can read a review of Zeta RC-1 over at OSNews.

We are still ALIVE!

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Posted by:Yez on Tuesday, 28 Oct, 2003 @ 4:23 PM
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