I just thought I'd post a note on way I've
decided to work on a BIOS of my
own. The main reason is that we are getting no where. It's not that I
don't want to be a part of OpenBIOS, rather on the contrary.
This is a clear mistake of mine. I didn't do anything for OpenBIOS quite a
long time now.
time I come up with some suggestion, atleast a couple of people will point
of how wrong I am, and the result is that we stand still. I find this very
frustration, since I feel that we should act now so we can have working
BIOS in half a year or so. No one will be happy by us sitting here
arguing without reaching anywhere.
True. The problem I see is that we are so far at the beginning that we
have no clear way to go for now but a lot of ideas and understandings of
The greatest problem I see is that we
have no real (active) leader, that could take decissions for us and say
that this is how we are going to do it, now move!.
Hmm.. I see this problem. I will do this from now on an I'd like to have
anyone who could take this when I am unreliable because of my work.
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