OSNews has posted an interview with Sven Jorg, the leader of a new project called BNX which aims to combine the work of the Haiku project with the QNX kernel. The rationale appears to be that it will take too long to recreate the BeOS kernel, and then bring it up to “modern” OS standards. The interview is an interesting read, although it seems to raise more questions than it answers -the obvious one being: If the proejct is licensing a commercial kernel, does that mean they also have commercial aspirations for the OS when it’s completed?
We’ll post any new details on this one as they become available.
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