With this post I basically like to thank all developers of Haiku for their food job.
A few days ago I installed Haiku successfully on my laptop hdd and it runs stable. I haven’t seen the KDL yet.
I’m running a Nextcloud for more then 3 years now at home as my personal cloud for all office documents of the whole family. All new documents and letters will be scanned and as pdf files saved. As pdf is an universal and “official” standard for document storage I can do my office tasks on nearly every computer. In fact I use my chromebook for office work.
Haiku provides everything I need for my tasks. I use Calligra Suite and BePDF or Okular. WebPositive open most of the web sites and if not, I try Otter. VLC Media Player plays almost all music and TV streams.
I like Haiku very much because it is not Linux. It has its own flair and own design. It is simple to use (I use parallel FreeBSD 12 and their are plenty of config files to adjust.) and “just works”. That is for me a big point.
I know, there is much too do in Haiku and I’m looking forward to the next beta 3.
Again: Thank you, devs.