Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Aug 2009 09:34 UTC, submitted by moochris
BeOS & Derivatives I had been following the mailing list for the Haiku project the past week with growing interest. The topic of discussion? Why, the alpha release, of course! What needs to be done, who needs to prepare what, and most importantly, what schedule are they going to settle on? Well, after numerous insightful back-and-forths, the community has settled on a schedule.
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RE[3]: Good and bad
by phoudoin on Fri 21st Aug 2009 15:59 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Good and bad"
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First, Haiku is not a kernel but an operating system. There is no point at focusing only on kernel side.

Second, they stressed icons *format*, *builtin* cursors *overlay* and several graphics *support* features because Haiku is, yes you guess it, NOT only a kernel.

In the last few hours, several commits were on the "kernel" thread scheduling policy. Considering they don't even notice your remarks, is that enough *kernely* for you?

Last but not least, feel free to jump with us.
Be our guest.

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