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Re: Android 4.3

Postby Odysseus » Sat Aug 31, 2013 8:59 pm

Robbie P wrote:Don't be cruel to Odysseus :twisted: :lol: :lol:
Amazing phone, amazing developer tytung. :D
Edit; Oh I just saw your link was to sportsstar89 rom with the 3.0.x jb kernel ;)


He's not being cruel to me. Everything I said in my previous post is accurate and still valid. As of today there isn't a single device in the world running a stable version of CM-10.2. There might be some running nightlies, but these are far from stable and there is likely to be a tremendous amount of code change before it goes "gold" with a stable release on any device.

Maybe it's because of my age and experience (I'm 50) I don't get too worked up over any alpha or beta releases of anything. I've been there done that. I was a long-time "official" beta-tester for Microsoft Windows going back to the old Compuserve days and the "Chicago" project that became Windows-95. I also worked on Windows-SE, Windows-ME, Windows-NT-3.51, NT-4, Windows 2000 and Windows XP before I jumped ship completely to Linux. I've been running Gentoo ~arch (unstable) as my primary computer OS since 2003.

Some of the folks here and xda get way too excited over unfinished "alpha" and "beta" code and are in a rush to install on their devices. My phone is my only personal communication device. I have no "hard-wired" phone service. So you won't see me installing any of these ROMs until they are proven stable and reliable. At least on my computer when I run software that's from Gentoo's unstable repository it's been deemed stable by the developers upstream. Here with the latest Cyanogenmod nothing could be further from the case. We're still some time away from stable 10.2 releases.
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Re: Android 4.3

Postby MarkAtHome » Sat Aug 31, 2013 9:51 pm

Odysseus wrote:Maybe it's because of my age and experience (I'm 50) I don't get too worked up over any alpha or beta releases of anything. I've been there done that. I was a long-time "official" beta-tester for Microsoft Windows going back to the old Compuserve days and the "Chicago" project that became Windows-95. I also worked on Windows-SE, Windows-ME, Windows-NT-3.51, NT-4, Windows 2000 and Windows XP before I jumped ship completely to Linux. I've been running Gentoo ~arch (unstable) as my primary computer OS since 2003.

I can certain identify with your general community perception, but to me, you are nothing but a young whippersnapper (feels good to be called that after all these years, eh?). :lol:

As a touch typist, I fought hand and foot trying to avoid taking my hands off the keyboard in favor of a freakin' mouse, but I did begin with IBM DOS 1.0 (prior to that, FORTRAN). I would not go around mentioning your age or you will be swamped with those your senior in both age and experience. :P
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Re: Android 4.3

Postby NYLimited » Sat Aug 31, 2013 11:04 pm

Odysseus wrote: it's because of my age and experience (I'm 50) I don't get too worked up over any alpha or beta releases of anything.

MarkAtHome wrote:to me, you are nothing but a young whippersnapper (feels good to be called that after all these years, eh?). :lol:


I see the young ones are reminiscing again!? Oh my..

Maybe we should start a thread on JCL or Burroughs MCPV or compiler output on punched paper tape or the IBM 29 card punch or.. Naw, forget the whole thing. I have no idea what you're talking about.

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Re: Android 4.3

Postby MarkAtHome » Sat Aug 31, 2013 11:17 pm

NYLimited wrote:

I see the young ones are reminiscing again!? Oh my..

Maybe we should start a thread on JCL or Burroughs MCPV or compiler output on punched paper tape or the IBM 29 card punch or.. Naw, forget the whole thing. I have no idea what you're talking about.

Just so you know, I modified Whac-A-Mole using your head, ageless one. :lol:

It is good to see you up and around. Am waiting for a call-back from TMO and will tell you about it later.
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Re: Android 4.3

Postby Robbie P » Sun Sep 01, 2013 12:49 am

Odysseus wrote:Maybe it's because of my age and experience (I'm 50) I don't get too worked up over any alpha or beta releases of anything.

I still do, as you can see.
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Re: Android 4.3

Postby ibericom » Fri Nov 08, 2013 10:06 am

Latest News on Golem.de: CyanogenMod Dev's are working on 4.3. So I'm pretty sure it's only a matter of time when the first nightly is released
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Re: Android 4.3

Postby tytung » Fri Nov 08, 2013 5:04 pm

ibericom wrote:Latest News on Golem.de: CyanogenMod Dev's are working on 4.3. So I'm pretty sure it's only a matter of time when the first nightly is released

I think you mean Android 4.4, right?
Let's wait and see what and how the CM team will do.
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Re: Android 4.3

Postby ariebower » Sat Nov 09, 2013 10:06 pm

tytung wrote:I think you mean Android 4.4, right?
Let's wait and see what and how the CM team will do.


I'm always waiting your's next release ROM for Kitkat 4.4 :grin:

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