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patricktaylor
stephen_mcd
ashugg
rogerclark
jeffself
shywolf9982
PaulM
ntoll
tpherndon
greyfade
Kanru
bitprophet
patricktaylor - 2 years
stephen_mcd - 1 years
ashugg - 2 years
rogerclark - 2 years
jeffself - 1 years
shywolf9982 - 1 years
PaulM - 1 years
ntoll - 18 years
tpherndon - 1 years
greyfade - 3 years
Kanru - 2 years
bitprophet - 2 years
1997–1998
Played with PR1. Lots to like but hated the thought of working in C++ and fell in love with NeXTSTEP and WebObjects.
1999
Tried this out briefly when I was exploring a lot of different OSes.
1999–2000
It was fun and then it stopped.
1999–2000
2000
Played with this off and on. Was already too much into Linux to get serious with it.
2000
I installed it, played with it a few days. Then it was gone. But it looked cute.
2000
2000–
For the purposes of testing/experimentation.
2000
Played with this a bit just around when it started to go downhill. Was a fun alternative - the first non-windows I really gave a chance.
2001–2003
Dabbled a little bit with it when 5PE came out. I miss it.
2002–2003
Once I moved on to desktop Linux on my main PC, my spare PC got to explore even more esoteric lands, such as QNX and BeOS. BeOS was really neat! I'm sad it (BeOS, not the PC) died.
2002–2003

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