Adrien Destugues<pulkomandy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > If the people from the Haiku project don't want to do it,then who will ? > Do weneed to ressurect beunited for proposing standards ? Either I'm not able to follow the discussion, or you're mixing up two things here :-) There are certain guidelines to follow when writing (or porting) software for Haiku. Those should and will be written down at some point. If Ryan steps up maybe a little earlier than later. In any case, this has nothing to do with a certification program or a badge -- and this is the part where I see most people objected to. Ryan Leavengood<leavengood@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I think starting with a Wiki page would be good, which I'm sure other > developers would be happy to review. Then maybe we can put a more > official page on the web-site. > > I would appreciate help on the badge though. I'd suggest we create a > new badge, which can be somewhat similar to the badges Stephan created [...] Just in case I don't get it: the (Wiki) page with the guidelines would fit perfectly fine on (dev.)haiku-os.org, but the badge is not bound to the Haiku project, right? In any case, for things like Haikuware, I would think that a negative badge for software that does not fit the guidelines makes much more sense (and if almost every piece of software gets the "I'm good"-badge as it should be, it's pretty much useless anyway, as you'll then don't even notice it anymore). Bye, Axel.