Aemulor hypes mystery Guildford projectBy Chris Williams. Published: 16th Oct 2004, 10:36:00 | Permalink | Printable
We like CinoDVD, hint hintThe Aemulor team are busy hyping up a new project of theirs, one mysteriously named Geminus. Neil Spellings of Aemulor admitted that it's "not really news", but added "we love a bit of idle speculation".
We have no idea what Geminus is, and Neil wants to keep it hush hush until this month's Guildford show. We're a little concerned that it's still Neil and Adrian Lees (the Aemulor programmer) working on Geminus, when um, we thought they were working on Aemulor and, crucially, CinoDVD - which is now late. Now, we'll be the first to praise the development of new software, however we have just one word of advice: prioritisation.
Geminus was an astrologer and also a bit of a mathematician, so Geminus could be some new star mapping software, or perhaps a floating point emulator replacement. Either way, it better be good if it's going to trump CinoDVD development.
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