A short while back we mentioned that Dane Scott from BeOS Radio was looking for a quality scheduler app for BeOS. One idea was to develop a nice frontend for Cron. Le Buzz is now reporting that Brent P. Newhall has stepped up to the challenge of building such a frontend and he calls it “Cronan the Scheduler.” Head on over to LeBuzz to find out more about this app.
OK, Vasper has mentioned that BeOS Max v3.1 would be the LAST version that he puts together and now he is asking for any final requests before he builds the distro. Please, keep in mind that he is keeping it all as legal as possible so, any requests for illegal software such as BONE or the new app kit or Corum II will be ignored. So, get over there and make sure he has the drivers you need on his list of “things to include in v3.1.”
That’s right folks, another review of Zeta RC1 can be found at Zeta News and this one isn’t exactly glowing. It is an extensive review from a non-BeOS user. The review gives us a nice “what will new users think of Zeta” point of view. You can read the whole review here and comment on what you think of Zeta so far. If BeGroovy ever gets a hold of Zeta, we will give you our spin on it as well.
Yellowtab has just released information about the Developer’s Corner that will now provide help with the development of applications for Zeta. It appears that yT realizes the power of PR and we hope to see more efforts like this to bring developers to Zeta so that the applications can be built that will eventually bring more users to Zeta. Read more at yT’s website yellowtab.com.
Okay, just got back from watching the Matrix. I have only one thing to say…
F**K THE CRITICS!!! IT ROCKS!!!
Seriously, don’t listen to the negative hype. Just suspend your disbelief a little bit (as you would any sci-fi flick), and go see it! I’ll see it again, no doubt. Sure, there are a couple of unanswered things, but all in all, definitely a finale worth every moment. Go. Now.
[Disclaimer: MHO, obviously.]
Dane from BeOS Radio is looking for a good BeOS developer for an important app. In a nutshell, Dane feels that BeOS needs a quality scheduling app that will allow a user to setup events that run apps periodically. Dane’s solution is a nice BeOS app that servers as a Cron configurator. Click here to read the whole article over at LeBuzz.
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