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Old 17th Dec 2012, 12:15   #1
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Raspberry Pi gets an app store service

IndieCity-powered distribution platform launches.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/bits/20...pi-app-store/1
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Old 17th Dec 2012, 15:09   #2
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It shows how the Raspberry Pi foundation is differenciating the RPi from other offerings. Nice one. Works well and I am sure given the community it will be filling up soon.
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looks like the rasperry has taken off nicely, i'll prob jump on the bandwagon soon.
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Website is way too slow!
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It wasn't, until the Foundation posted the news on their website - now it's enjoying the traffic equivalent of a DDoS attack as every Pi owner in world tries it out. Give it a few days, it'll be reet.
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Old 17th Dec 2012, 17:28   #6
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I too may jump on the bandwagon, but I will probably wait for a more powerful version to be released first.
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It wasn't, until the Foundation posted the news on their website - now it's enjoying the traffic equivalent of a DDoS attack as every Pi owner in world tries it out. Give it a few days, it'll be reet.
Possible true, but this again is yet another reason why the Raspberry Pi and anything associated with it has been underestimated, anyone with ANY business sense would have seen these problems way before this.

At least one thing, this Raspberry Pi release has made me look at other superior products on the market, even if they cost more.
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Possible true, but this again is yet another reason why the Raspberry Pi and anything associated with it has been underestimated, anyone with ANY business sense would have seen these problems way before this.

At least one thing, this Raspberry Pi release has made me look at other superior products on the market, even if they cost more.
Theres hardly any point for a charity organisation to be able to handle that many requests when in a couple of days time it will be fine. It would just be a waste of money.
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