BluePad for Windows

Don’t worry, this was a Fool’s Day joke.


OK, late news from my BluePad project.

Me and Valério were contacted by Microsoft which had interest on having us porting BluePad to Windows XP and Vista.

We had a meeting that lasted for 5 hours but we came out from there happy.

So, conclusions, we are gonna port BluePad for Windows XP and Vista and the further versions of BluePad will be closed source which means that it will no longer support Linux or anything else than Windows.

With the deal we got from the giant company I am gonna spend a few years drinking mojitos by the beach in a remote but sunny island.

6 thoughts on “BluePad for Windows”

  1. Well, if everything goes well BitRock will make up for the deal that did not go through and you will get to have your mojitos 😉

  2. dear sir,

    i want to know that the bluepad softeare does support windows xp or not?.

    help me sir please.

    how to run Python file in windows xp.

  3. Hi aruna,

    BluePad is available only for GNU/Linux and we do not intent to port it to Windows in a near future.

    About running a Python file on Windows, well, after installing Python, you just do as you would on Linux:
    C:\python file_to_run-py

    About your second comment, you weren’t hoping I would reply within one minute after your comment were you?
    August 9th, 2008 at 11:27 am
    August 9th, 2008 at 11:28 am


  4. BluePad is a great application.thank you.i don’t mind if you never port it to windows at all

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