haiku Tales


Haiku R1/beta2 has been released

Haiku R1/beta2 has been released

After about 20 months of hard work, the Haiku team has finally released, a few days ago, the second beta version of Haiku, the BeOS-inspired open-source operating system that aims to offer a fast, simple to use, and powerful alternative for personal computing. This time, I am particularly happy, even a bit proud myself, because I have also been contributing with Portuguese translations for the user interface, and this is the first beta which includes those translations. So, let’s celebrate!
Reading time: 12 minutes
Get started with Vim!

Get started with Vim!

This is the tutorial I wish I had around some years ago, when I first tried to learn how to use Vim. If you’re just beginning to know this amazing text editor, please keep reading, I am writing this tutorial right for you!
Reading time: 7 minutes
Haiku R1/beta1 review - revisiting BeOS, 18 years after its latest official release

Haiku R1/beta1 review - revisiting BeOS, 18 years after its latest official release

Having experimented and used BeOS R5 Pro back in the early 2000’s, when the company that created it was just going down, I have been following with some interest the development of Haiku during all these years. While one can argue that both the old BeOS and Haiku miss some important features to be considered modern OSes these days, the fact is that a lightweight operating system can always be, for instance, an excellent way to bring new life into old, or new but less powerfull, hardware.
Reading time: 12 minutes