[osflash] Announcing FC64
claus.wahlers at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 14:00:00 EDT 2006
I think we're at a point now where we could make at least the boot
screen show quite easily (and maybe add a keyboard handler so people
can actually use the Basic interpreter). The kernel boot sequence
seems to run fine already.
I hope i'll have some free time next week so i'll give it a shot.
On 4/25/06, Darron J. Schall <darron at darronschall.com> wrote:
> Edwin van Rijkom wrote:
> > I'm able to access the repository, but I still get 'forbidden' on trying
> > to access Trac. Is that just me, or is it still protected?
> Eh, there's nothing really in Trac right now. Just some documentation
> Claus and I used to build the code. You're not missing much :-)
> Just as an aside, the main reason this is open source at the moment is
> that I don't have the time I used to work on it. After getting married,
> my "free time" has drastically been reduce (I know, cry me a river). It
> got to the point where I'd find a few hours every few weeks to work on
> the emulator, and then discover that I didn't remember where I left off,
> or that I had to re-learn everything to keep going, and the time spent
> re-learning and re-reading documentation left me with no time to make
> any progress. At that point, Claus and I got together and things have
> been moving forward a little faster since then, but don't expect this
> project to produce anything useful for awhile unless we can get some
> extra hands.
> The main thing is, the initial work is done, the code is out there, and
> there's a lot of very intelligent c/c++ coders that would hopefully find
> a project like this fun to work on. I'm really hoping for someone more
> into hardware than I am to pick up the project and run with it.
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