Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Aug 2010 21:40 UTC, submitted by koki
BeOS & Derivatives This summer, too, the Haikuproject is part of the Google Summer of Code event. One of the more interesting projects is the Services Kit (draft document!) by Christophe "Shusui" Huriaux, which is an API to facilitate the creation of native web-enabled programs using standard web protocols and data exchange mechanisms.
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RE[4]: Strain
by The123king on Mon 23rd Aug 2010 09:37 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Strain"
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As a note to my previous comment, I run Haiku on both a Desktop system and an eeePC 901 successfully. The EeePC has reasonable graphics speed with the Intel Extreme graphics driver (I can comfortably watch video on it), and Wireless (WEP only ATM) is supported using the wifi card out of an old 701. It's enough to get by at home and on unencrypted wifi networks in town.

In general, Haiku supports all my systems very well out of the box. I've yet to have any real problems with Haiku when using it as my main system, apart from the lack of software (Outdated Bittorent clients and alpha quality messenger software abound)

Overall, the current state of Haiku is a very positive one. I've had terrible experiences with Linux, and have never really seen eye-to-eye with X, which puts me on a prejuciding foot when coming to UNIX-like systems. Haiku is a very capable breath of fresh air when it comes to open-source operating systems, and things like the Services Kit mentioned in the article are starting to push it in a more desktop-orientated direction, which i think UNIX-like OSes provide very poorly in

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