Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 27th Jul 2006 17:38 UTC, submitted by Coldfirex
SkyOS The SkyOS team has released a long-awaited update to its operating system. This new update brings full desktop compositing, various toolchain updates (everything is now compiled with GCC 4.1.1), new versions of various applications, 440 fixed bugs, and much more.
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RE: Roadmap
by sogabe on Fri 28th Jul 2006 17:47 UTC in reply to "Roadmap"
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Haiku does not have a roadmap.

You are most likely referring to this:

This is just a development status chart on a kit basis. Addmitted by the project members themselves, this chart is not even up to date.

Edited 2006-07-28 17:51

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RE[2]: Roadmap
by makc on Sat 29th Jul 2006 13:49 in reply to "RE: Roadmap"
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dcibils indeed didn't refer correctly to Haiku roadmap, but it's not true it doesen't have one.
The page you linked (and the one dcibils was referring too indeed) shows the status of parts, towards Haiku first goal: R5 compatibility.

Having a roadmap means having defined plans for the future, and Haiku does have ideas on how to go beyond the first release.

Given the development model of SkyOS, I'd also like to know what is the readmap to the first release and if there are already ideas for the future - or if it's just too early to think about it.
Maybe someone has a link? ;)

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RE[3]: Roadmap
by sogabe on Sun 30th Jul 2006 06:55 in reply to "RE[2]: Roadmap"
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For a roadmap to be meaningful, it should show milestones and target dates (that can be adjusted over time if needed).

R5 compatibility may be a goal for Haiku 1.0, but to pretend that that alone is a roadmap for the project is a bit too simplistic (IMHO). Here is a good example:

Does Haiku have such a roadmap?

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