Thanks SCollins for offering to help. At this stage, spread the word, report bugs etc.
I’m expecting the project to improve with every release, this is a young project, and in time there will be more effects, more features, more plugins, etc. I’m hoping that in a couple of years it will reach feature parity, and by virtue of it being fully open source will give it an edge.
This is a labour of love, of passion, and I’m not expecting any financial benefits. If it helps Haiku gain more users, that’s great, it benefits all of us. Haiku needs native apps. We all remember how great the small number of BeOS native apps were (eg. Gobe Productive), we only need half a dozen such apps to entice a lot more enthusiasts to come over.