Jorge G. Mare (a.k.a. Koki) wrote:
Timothy Brown wrote:As for attracting developers, I think they are less impressioned by flashy GUIs and more on a technical basis of what Haiku has the potential to offer them over other operating systems. In other words, developers don't need a demo CD, they are very much in user land.Right. And that's why Haiku has so many developers? Cheers, Koki
Please, let's be civil here. There is nothing in this but sarcasm, and fairly pointless sarcasm, at that.
Linux and 3 different BSD's have lots of developers. They sure aren't flashy. The problem is convincing the target market that Haiku is viable, successful and useful. If the target market is developers, well, wouldn't developers, by definition, know how to sell to developers?