We recently discovered some flaws in the code for “Jason 1.3”. We are working on the bugs and hope to have a new and improved “Jason 2.0” available for beta testing soon. After some testing, Jason 2.0 will be available to the public.
Jason OS Change Log and Bug Report-
Jason 1.1 (released Aug 27, 2005): This release was generally good, however a bug caused the CPU to concentrate too much on its occupation, which didn’t leave enough time for interoperability connections with the companion Melissa OS.
Jason 1.2 (released Sept 14, 2008): The CPU issue carried over and a new kernel panic bug was discovered when the OS was left with newer, less developed, OSes. This often required one to be offloaded to the Melissa OS, causing unnecessary strain on that OS.
Jason 1.3 (released Aug 12, 2012): The OS suffered a fatal crash shortly after deployment. The cause may date back prior to Jason 1.0.
Jason 1.35 (released Jan 7, 2013): This patch fixed the fatal error as well as the kernel panic found in 1.2 and improved issues with 1.1. However, this patch was rolled back on Sept 1, 2014 causing complete system failure.
Jason 2.0 is currently in development.