The Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Object-Oriented: (Syllable Object-Oriented )


Syllable was started in July 2002 as a fork of the AtheOS Operating System (OS). Several AtheOS developers, concerned about the continued long term development of AtheOS, created Syllable to ensure that development would continue. Goal: create a reliable and easy to use Open Source OS for home and small office users, encourage developers to create an OS that is intuitive, easy to use, powerful. Syllable Object-Oriented Operating Systems Software Computers.

Syllabic writing began several hundred years before the first letters. The earliest recorded syllables are on tablets written around 2800 BC in the Sumerian city of Ur. (wikipedia)