Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Wed 16th Jul 2008 17:18 UTC, submitted by umccullough
BeOS & Derivatives In an interesting and exciting turn of events, Haiku was able to secure a space at LinuxWorld Expo 2008 by negotiating with LinuxWorld organizers (IDG) and ReactOS who will be sharing the exhibit space with Haiku this year. Average LinuxWorld attendance is more than 10,000 people, and represents a large amount of commercial and media interest. This should provide excellent exposure and opportunities for both projects alike.
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ReactHaiku
by SoloDeveloper on Wed 16th Jul 2008 20:24 UTC
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2008-03-16

Now that would be a kick butt OS. ReactHaiku.
it is funny, but besides SkyOS, they are the top three OSes that i follow along with, lots. I allways look forward to hearing any news about them.

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RE: ReactHaiku
by Gone fishing on Thu 17th Jul 2008 06:01 in reply to "ReactHaiku"
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2006-02-22

Obviously ReactOS isn't ready for ready yet (last time I installed it crashed all the time). However, it's getting closer and when its stable enough, I'd love to see to installed by default on other OSes in a fully pre-configured virtual machine so you could install and use Windows programs seamlessly.

Obviously in Haiku that be great but lets get Haiku R1 finished first please... and why not in Ubuntu too.

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