I have to say wow. incredible that 360 homebrew is now becoming more easily available to the public, due to that cool hack. Excellent work to those people who managed to do it. I can imagine those people are geniuses. Now
However i'm still a little lost about the whole hack, even though i have quite extend computer knowledge. I'll catch on by reading anyhow.
With that new hack, what to expect when 360 homebrew comes?
I see endless possibilities, and the need to upgrade to an EVEN bigger harddrive
However, even though homebrew has been around for a while, isn't there support for sound missing? and isn't progress on this going slow, due to the lack of documentation on these chips?
I once had a look on http://www.free60.org/
the site is really old so it seems, but provides reasonable information.
What i hope to see that homebrew evolves quickly. I'm sure it will, because the XBOX homebrew was just amazing and very popular. My first bought console was the XBOX, pure for having Homebrew and all that cool stuff. simply great
And hasn't a while back a project started to port XBMC to Linux? I believe it was mentioned that once XBMC was ported, it'll work on the 360 as well. That would be simply mindwrecking. Anyway knows how progress is going?
My english sucks.
Just some general questions someone might be able to answer, and maybe a discussion about what you'd like to see when homebrew for 360 is widely available.