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January 13, 2008

Plum Blossom

srikanth @ 10:47 am, GMT +0000 ( 1200221262 ) Play
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Created from (1)
named after that said by (2).
What do they call me?

Cracked by:jayanth , madhur , udupendra , nishas thambi , prasanth , bobo , shashank and Dibyo.

Answer:1) BeOS
2) Net Positive, a browser for BeOS.

The connect: Haiku OS. The Haiku OS project was started to let BeOS live on after Be Inc stopped active development. It was named after Net+s error messages (they were Haiku).
Jayanth: Yup, the question was a Haiku in itself. I couldn’t resist :-)

10 Responses to “Plum Blossom”

  1. haiku.
    os from be inc and also
    error messages found in NetPositive.

  2. madhur

    1) Be Incorportaed
    2) NetPositive (also called Net+) is the default browser that comes with the BeOS operating system

    They call it Haiku operating system which is an open-source BeOS clone

    The name “Haiku” intends to reflect the elegance and simplicity that attracted many to the BeOS platform, and is also a direct reference to the distinctive haiku error messages (The hint Plum Blossom is one of them) found in NetPositive, the default BeOS web browser.

  3. udupendra

    Haiku OS. Nice question.

  4. nishas thambi


  5. “Created from (1)
    named after that said by (2).
    What do they call me?”

    was that also a haiku? im not sure on the excat rules of a haiku..

  6. Haiku

  7. Raman Jit Singh Chima


  8. haiku

  9. shashank

    Haiku – OpenBeOS
    Good one!!

  10. Dibyo

    Haiku (OS)

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