Home | Forums | Submit   Haiku Generator | Quotable JLG | The Icon Tarot 


Looney updates on Java

Filed under the:  department.
Posted by:Deej on Wednesday, 10 Nov, 2004 @ 6:40 AM
 
Playin

Bryan Varner has posted some new entries to his blog The Looney Bin. He notes an important accomplishment on Java - a milestone (one of many yet to come) has been hit! Head on over and read the details. Following Bryan’s Waltercon influenced title, the category for this post is also a Waltercon reference - “When can I play Yahoo! Games?!?” ;)

Bryan also makes a good point in another post - don’t forget to thank your developers! They work very hard with little returns. Give them thanks, at the very least - they more than deserve it! Bryan specifically mentions the Firefox team. I’d like to second that -

Great work guys, keep it up, and a big thank you to current and past developers that have contributed to the BeZilla/Firefox efforts!

Can’t get Looney? Don’t turn to drugs, they aren’t the answer - bondage is… or rather ‘bind’ is. There is a server move scheduled, and it may take a couple days for the DNS to catch up.



3 Responses to “Looney updates on Java”

  1. Haicube Says:

    Lovely news, great work Bryan, keep it up and let’s hope we’ll see more milestones hit soon =)

  2. Bryan Says:

    Hahaha!

    Good one Deej. I’ll make sure to get a screenshot of a yahoo game the first time I can run one. That will probably be a while…

  3. scottmc Says:

    Cool. Keep up the good work. Let us know when it can run things like the D2OL project:
    http://app.d2ol.com/memberServices/teamProfile.jsp?id=6596 (Team Haiku’s page)
    I really can’t wait for the day that I can run DVArchive in BeOS too. It’s a Java program from interfacing a PC to a ReplayTV via network.

    -scottmc

[powered by WordPress.]

Random Haiku:

Other OS grunts
Evolution takes its toll
BeOS born fresh

Since 1998 - Until the Last User Leaves...
BeGroovy, established 1998

search BeGroovy:

BeGroovy Archives:

October 2017
S M T W T F S
« Jan    
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
293031  

other:

23 queries. 0.069 seconds

[powered by WordPress.]