> Haiku can be easier on older pc's but it still has to move forward, > taking Actually Haiku idling in VirtualBox uses more cpu than XP (with the guest drivers though, would need to assert how much they account for this)... > video...there are also many computers running distributed apps 24/7 > in order > to solve some of the world's toughest problems (and also give a nice > PR > boost to Haiku) :) 24/7 is probably not a good idea environmentwise, except for hw that must stay up 24/7 for other reasons. > The spirit of Be was to create the ultimate mediaOS. I hope the same > is also > true for Haiku. So do I. > I'm also in favor of planting more trees. For example: > http://www.dell.com/content/topics/global.aspx/about_dell/values/environment/tree?c=us&l=en > Beware of greenwashing, do not believe everything you see that is green :p François.