What is the Objective in developing Haiku?
The FAQ page states that: Haiku aims to be developed under a single unified vision for the whole OS. ....
Frankly the only distinguishing characteristic about the original BeOS was the fine grained and extremely effective task priority controls that ensured that foreground application always had priority.
All the current GUI OSes (Windows, MacOS, Linux etc.. I haven't tried Haiku yet) suffer form the same problem. The user is not the first priority. In all cases applications can bring the OS response to a crawl if the application misbehaves for whatever reason.
To have an OS where the system ALWAYS responded to my key press or mouse click would be a godsend.
Is Haiku that OS?