"Niklas Nisbeth" <noisetonepause@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: ... > Great point. I have mixed feelings about the PS3 - they should sell > it > under a different name with more RAM and call it the next-generation > PC/workstation, I think - but it's an obvious target, in that it's > here in volume and has some very interesting features. Haiku might be > able to draw in a very exciting crowd of geeks if we got this > working, > too... though I suppose buying PS3s for all the devs might be a bad > move in the short term:) Hehe.. :) ... > > > I'd welcome anything that moved Haiku closer to > > > running on my SGI O2, though... ... > it is 10 years old, mind. It's not an obvious target though, > unless Haiku wants to be the next the NetBSD... The SGI- > specific firmware would mean a lot of work that wouldn't > really benefit anywhere else. Agreed. The SGI workstations, while beautiful, are probably better left to a Unix. I suppose people interested in them are most likely to run some unix. Being the next NetBSD is nothing to be ashamed of IMO, on the contrary, but I don't see that happening with Haiku. /Jonas Sundström.