One of the toughest challenges among people interested in Haiku is the lack of accurate information about the project, as well as documentation. This is particularly bad for people outside of the English-speaking world. There are initiatives within the Haiku Project to rectify this situation, and we are already seeing these efforts gradually coming to fruition. For example, a new Haiku website is now being worked on, which is designed to provide more and better information, and to make Haiku more accessible to more potential contributors.
Happy 5th Birthday, Haiku! Has it been five years, already? Seems like just yesterday. Let's celebrate with a new article. :)
Welcome, IBM. Seriously.
Apple created an ad with the above text when the IBM PC came out. That was pretty bold, considering that IBM had a market cap hundreds of times that of Apple at that time. That is the sort of marketing that either makes a huge splash or flops badly.
Since it appears that there may have been some confusion about the recently announced Haiku Icon Contest , we want to make a few clarifications in order to clear up any doubts about the contest.
The objective of the Haiku Icon Contest is to help develop design guidelines for the eventual creation of a full Haiku Icon Set. Just to give you an idea, the guidelines would look something like the Tango guidelines, but would be specific to Haiku.
Please help us create a nice theme for our new website which is based on Drupal, a popular community-oriented content management system with emphasize on navigation based on tags and relations instead of a static page tree. The website's structure is already in place (it's what you see in front of you). All we need is a nice theme.
You may add a smaller quick-links navbar for some of the main navigation entries (e.