Posted Dec 22, 2010 22:16 UTC (Wed) by man_ls (guest, #15091)
In Memoriam: the free software projects we lost in 2010
Posted Dec 22, 2010 23:44 UTC (Wed) by rasjidw (guest, #15913)
Posted Dec 23, 2010 10:37 UTC (Thu) by codefisher (guest, #64993)
In any case I don't think dead really applies in this case, it was never supposed to live long by itself, just a temporary fork.
Posted Dec 23, 2010 1:42 UTC (Thu) by n8willis (subscriber, #43041)
Posted Jan 29, 2011 11:14 UTC (Sat) by NikLi (guest, #66938)
We had hoped its failure to reach the stated goals would be its punishment, but apparently anything that's backed by lots of money never dies:)
Unfortunatelly, i can't explain to simple people why this is the fact with unladen swallow here, and i neither wish to do so since this would be a waste of my own resources. People who like big announcements ("We shall magically transform python to 100x faster through the use of Dynamic Adaptive Just Before Time Compilation methodologies, within the next 4 years -- yrs Google"), please feel free to do so!
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