Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 1st Jan 2010 17:03 UTC, submitted by jeanmarc
BeOS & Derivatives As I drag myself from cup of coffee to cup of coffee, led by the soothing sounds of The Eagles, still recovering from last night (happy new year everyone!), it hit me that there is this thing I normally do, this website. Anyway, we've got some good Haiku news on this first day of 2010.
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Asthetics
by Seth Quarrier on Fri 1st Jan 2010 21:57 UTC
Seth Quarrier
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2005-11-13

I have no idea as to how the Qt apps feel in Haiku, but from the screen shots, they have done a very nice job matching the Haiku look. Perhaps not as pure as apps developed with the native API, but this could make Haiku much more viable. Now only if my WiFi worked, it really is amazing how a machine that cannot get online just feels useless if it cannot connect the the Internet, what a crazy modern world we live in. Happy New Year and good one to Haiku as well.

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RE: Asthetics
by v_bobok on Fri 1st Jan 2010 23:18 in reply to "Asthetics"
v_bobok Member since:
2008-08-01

Some Qt-apps are works really well on Haiku. On the WiFi side - http://joomla.iscomputeron.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=vi...

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RE[2]: Asthetics
by memson on Tue 5th Jan 2010 12:49 in reply to "RE: Asthetics"
memson Member since:
2006-01-01

w00t! My Netbook has a ralink chipset. I wonder how likely it is to work (MSi Wind u100)... I *think* it has one of the supported chipsets, though I can't remember ottomh.

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