Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Mar 2006 11:11 UTC, submitted by jeanmarc
BeOS & Derivatives People love screenshots. It's probably because humans are a very visually orientated species. When it comes to software, people claim to be able to judge entire products, just by looking at a few screenshots. Especially for those people: 85 screenshots of Haiku running all sorts of applications. For the people who've been living under a rock the past 5 years: Haiku is an attempt to recreate BeOS as an open source product. And for the people who don't know BeOS-- click here.
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RE: Hmm
by Beta on Thu 16th Mar 2006 12:07 UTC in reply to "Hmm"
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1, Not too tricky, Haikus app_server has been designed with a "backend" system, so you'd just need to replace its current workhorse, "Painter", afaik.

With all of Rudolf's work on nVidia 3D drivers, we're getting more and more native 3d calls (which means mesa does less in software).

2, As far as Haiku Inc is concerned, they wont be releasing commercial versions of Haiku - that'll be up to distro producers. Things could change though.

3, (just Haiku)

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