On 07/31/2012 07:06 PM, Andrew Wafaa wrote:
There is indeed lots of interest, but as it uses what
is classed as an
old architecture there isn't a huge amount of future in it. This is
not to say it will not happen again, but as far as focus goes we are
indeed looking forward rather behind.
It is the most reasonable - means cheap - platform, isn't it? This is
something people just play with because they just can afford it for fun.
Looking back, Linux covered a lot of old HW, which was often used by the
programmers because money does matter.
I'm two-hearted, for commercial future it seems a bit less performing
platform, but for community use it looks like a real nice thing.
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