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Chromium OS Coming to the Pine64 Soon!
#31
Tohipfortheroom answered my query today.
He's alive and well, but totally swamped in work and simply hasn't had time to work on the project since before summer. He sends his regards, and we had a chat about the pine board. He showed great interest for the gentoo image and builds, as he said the chromiumos base is mainly gentoo. I sent him Xalius' contact info so they can chat about it. He's also very interested in getting Vulkan accelleration on the A64, so I assume we will see a lot more to him once he has time to spare for diving back into the dev sea. :-)
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#32
(12-09-2016, 01:49 PM)CaptainZalo Wrote: Tohipfortheroom answered my query today.
He's alive and well, but totally swamped in work and simply hasn't had time to work on the project since before summer. He sends his regards, and we had a chat about the pine board. He showed great interest for the gentoo image and builds, as he said the chromiumos base is mainly gentoo. I sent him Xalius' contact info so they can chat about it. He's also very interested in getting Vulkan accelleration on the A64, so I assume we will see a lot more to him once he has time to spare for diving back into the dev sea. :-)

Thanks on approaching Tohipfortheroom and glad to know he is well and busy.
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#33
(12-15-2016, 05:50 PM)tllim Wrote:
(12-09-2016, 01:49 PM)CaptainZalo Wrote: Tohipfortheroom answered my query today.
He's alive and well, but totally swamped in work and simply hasn't had time to work on the project since before summer. He sends his regards, and we had a chat about the pine board. He showed great interest for the gentoo image and builds, as he said the chromiumos base is mainly gentoo. I sent him Xalius' contact info so they can chat about it. He's also very interested in getting Vulkan accelleration on the A64, so I assume we will see a lot more to him once he has time to spare for diving back into the dev sea. :-)

Thanks on approaching Tohipfortheroom and glad to know he is well and busy.

I sorry for going MIA on you guys
2016, well was not one of my best years, i had a string of health problems all the way from April till just recently in December, personal problems and of course 70 hour weeks at work. 
this year i hope to spend more time on projects, i think the pine platform is going to be a wonder place to keep developing for, TV64 and Chromium OS are going to be my key area of focus this year. i got very close to releasing a alpha of the Chromium, however i have no luck, its basically been like hateful eight, but instead of bullets and death, its been errors and crashes, i would like get it working hopefully in the first part of this year, fingers crossed. TV64 is going to be something i can work on sooner, i like working on things i see useful, media and browsing are both area's i want to work on. keep in mind, i have to use a personal server and these suck because they are not that fast. So with that in mind, i am still working towards the same goal, crawling at the moment, should be running pretty soon.  Alpha maybe July 4th?

so that's a quick update, it mean't a lot to me that you guys noticed and cared, i felt like i did a lot of good in the raspberry pi community, they never cared if i the personal was doing good, they only cared if tohipfortheroom had published more free software, well software isn't free it cost time, time is money, memories and energy. i have a little bitterness that they just kept expecting more, and didn't care when i obliviously had more going on. that is enough ranting. what I'm trying to say is that I care about a community that cares about me, i want to give back the best i can, so with that in mind i would just like to thank you all.
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#34
Great to have you back onboard, m9! Smile
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#35
Been lurking here since I don't do much development. But my hopes always were raised when this thread received a new post as I'm really interested in a chromium build.

Sorry to hear you've had a tough go of it, but glad you are doing better. It's always interesting to see how different online communities have varying collective personalities. Hopefully life evens out for you now.
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