Started by Chocofreak13, December 22, 2010, 04:19:44 pm
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Quote from: Life/Death Guidelines, by the Demon OverlordIn my view of OS-tan death, there are 4 stages.1: Operation death - there are no longer any pieces of hardware running the OS. This gives the -tan a few moments to say some last words (length dependent on the size of the final code pool and the maintenance/power level needed to sustain her equipment), whereafter she goes into a "dormant state" resembling a coma. This of course under the condition that any external power supplies have also kicked the bucket; a -tan with still-operative direct descendants, subordinates or a sizeable code pool available through other means (in possession of a family company, for example, that is willing to supply the -tan with power) will not cease operation until these link(s) are gone.2: Hardware death - there are no longer any hardware in good enough condition to run the OS. This marks a deepening of the "dormant state", where only porting can give the -tan a true return to life.3: Software death - there are no longer any pieces of the original installation mediums left, and the -tan starts to effectively decay into bits of code.4: Code death - the final stage of the deceased, when all vital pieces of code (source or not) is gone from existence. This is effectively the final death of a -tan.More later, for off to dinner nao.
Quote from: Chocofreak13 on May 26, 2011, 03:58:03 pmIT IS DONE. OS-CLASSES ARE AS FOLLOWS: WINDOWS MAC DOS LINUX UNIX OTHERS MOVING ON, NEXT TOPIC: SOFTWARE CLASSES. Application Website Program Antivirus (could fall under program, so this one's up for debate) Other (sidebar gadgets, ect)i feel that's getting too specific too quickly. i use "software" as the term because 1. it matches ^^ and 2. it's an umbrella term so we cover anything we might have missed.