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Sand-Labs come back !
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... after a long time

http://www.sand-labs.org/owb

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@samo79

so, what does it mean? that Joerg can continue his work?

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@samo79

so, what does it mean? that Joerg can continue his work?


Assuming that Joerg wants to. I thought that someone else here was interested in taking over.

I just had a quick look at the site and, while it was offline for a month or two, the last commit to the SVN was 23 June, 2010. That's over 5 months of no developer activity.

Hans

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@Hans

Then it seems that we have to wait if an update will take place.

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Don't know ... maybe

First we must see what happen with the original Sand-Labs devs, but website up is a good sign about

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As joerg said, he has stopped the OWB development

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afxgroup wrote:
As joerg said, he has stopped the OWB development


Is any developers out there willing to add a few features into OWB to get us by whilst we wait the unknown period of time if ever Hyperion release Timberwolf?

Features like.

1. Fast link buttons
2. History browsing
3. Private browsing feature
4. Download management with progress bar!

The list could go on but that would be a good start, I'd settle on number 1 and number 4.

cheers

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@Fairdinkem

The problem is trying to get owb to compile first.

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@Fairdinkem

it is simply. download OWB and compile it yourself. and add all those features....
In five months i have seen nobody that has at least tried to compile it..
you cannot expect that there is always someone that could do the work

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Some have tried,but failed.

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As joerg said, he has stopped the OWB development


And do you know why ?

I don't see Timberwolf on the way if we can consider this as an "excuse" and also why he didn't commit the latest OS4-part sources ? :-/

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I think it was becuase all people was complaining about lack of thins,and how mos version was,etc. And the fact that he only made it as a temp solution until firefox had arrived.

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And do you know why ?


Last news I have, his Amiga computer is broken (please confirm, read on a post somewhere). I'm interested to know because crisot could repair A1 module.

Samo79 and all: why not let Joerg make what he want (maybe developping to the AOS4 OS itself actually or just other things).

- Why not use MorphOS version and use the 1000 MUI sourcedode lines about the GUI for a fall back to MUI 3.8 and compile the result ? (The MorpHOS source is available and free and surely Fab1 will help).


For sure, a talented C++ developper is required for this work....

NOTE: C++


Edited by Mrodfr on 2010/12/7 14:59:16
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Quote:

Fairdinkem wrote:
Features like.

1. Fast link buttons

cheers


There is a fast link tool especially for OWB on OS4Depot, and believe me, it works very nicely and fast.

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@Mrodfr

Quote:
For sure, a talented c developper is required for this work....

C++ developer.

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Quote:
There is a fast link tool especially for OWB on OS4Depot, and believe me, it works very nicely and fast.

OwbUtilities.

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Exactly.

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