Post subject: Exactly what's been taking Infinite so long. Posted: Mon Apr 26, 2010 11:09 pm
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So, some of you probably know about that extremely mysterious OS of mine. You know, the one where I made an announcement, then took down info, (although letting people know it's still alive & saying the taking down was only temporary,) then released a, "first build," without rereleasing the info, only to take it down temporarily & say it was just a fake April Fools build.
The OS I've been saying is so awesome but ya'll can't know that for sure since none of you know exactly what it is?
So, what's been taking so long? Under, "circumstances," I've planned to release an April 16th build on nighttime April 24th, then delayed it 'till morning April 25th, then summer, then, "I don't know when, but I'm trying to make it as fast as possible."
...Well, I've got 1 word for you. And it might seem very surprising in the BetaArchive Custom OS board of all places.
Now, before you all try to contradict this, here me out.
It all started with when I mentioned the announcement of this LINUX operating system to someone who would later help me with getting this copyrighted. She said that I, "might as well get it copyrighted before I continue having that info and letting everyone be able to steal my idea." I know you're all probably thinking that, "but this is the Internet Beta community," but who says it still can't be that way? Now here's the problem. Copyright, and no one I'm in regular contact with, has it as their area of expertise.
So you know what has been going on? There's been extremely careful planning on exactly how this should be executed within a manageable timeframe. There have been many points where it's gotten so close but, "No, it can't be that way." And more planning has to be done.
I hope ya'll got was I was saying. It's just that everything has to be somewhat close to perfect copyrightwise for all the conditions to be set for the reunveiling.