Christian Hieke <dasmoker@xxxxxx> wrote: > Axel Dörfler wrote: > > [...] It all depends on what you can do, and how much time you're > > willing to spend. > Hm... I use Linux (sometimes Windows) for my C++ "development", have > never done any BeOS programming (also no graphic-stuff). > This does not mean i'm a noob ;-) Okay :-) When developing BeOS/Haiku apps under Linux, this can be quite annoying, though (because you would need to test them in emulation). At least I can't recommend doing this under Haiku yet :) > > What kind of work would you be interested > > in? Etc. > Maybe some small (window) application, don't know if they are really > needed. > Anyway you should know what is easy for a user who can learn very > fast > (especially from existing code). > I'm sure there is something small to do... We have lots of ungrateful items in our bug list :-) One of those would be to make the rest of our existing (and partially not so well written) applications font sensitive. I don't think we have a whole application left to do, but you could of course have a look at our bug tracker directly; maybe there is something that interests you: http://www.haiku-os.org/bugzilla/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED There are probably other things left apart from this list, though, if you don't find anything (ie. additional translators or something like this comes to mind). Bye, Axel.