Miranda, Linux and AOL
Life After v0.3: The New Roadmap Revealed
Now that v0.3 is finally out the door, it is time to reveal what the future of Miranda IM looks like. Many exciting things are about to happen. First of all, there will be no v0.4. Why? Earlier this year we reached the point where it is no longer possible to continue developing Miranda IM the way we want it. The limitations of the current code base are just too many.
Analyst: Linux Kernel Code Seems to be Copied
Our review of source code and documents appears supportive of SCO claims, though we are not legal experts and IP matters are not always transparent
AOL Changes Strategy On Software Rollout
America Online is abandoning its strategy of making major changes to its AOL software as part of a single annual release in favor of rolling out fresh upgrades as soon as the new features are ready, company officials said this week.
Reading this about AOL and knowing they refused XUL and XPInstall .... Ahlalalala....Comment by Daniel Glazman at August 7, 2003 11:26 PM | Permalink
Good Miranda news, thanks...
SCO sucks, I heard they got their ass kicked today by IBM :)Comment by Tom Sommer at August 8, 2003 12:45 AM | Permalink
I think that IP acronym here actually stands for "Intelectual Property", not "Internet Protocol".Comment by Pavol Vaskovic at August 10, 2003 07:53 PM | Permalink
You're right. But my acronym plug-in just takes all IP words and replaces the with the acronym. No context...Comment by Henrik Gemal at August 11, 2003 01:27 PM | Permalink