Brilliant work, great to see QT and KDE working! Is is very good for marketing. Let me try to explain why I think so:
I agree that porting software makes Haiku not better but it shows that a lot of them can be ported and are able to run on Haiku... but with restrictions... not everything is working and some of them will be very, very slow without hardware rendering...
Again: Haiku is able to handle such big software and programs! But without hardware rendering.
Which means: Native Haiku Apps will work better and faster even without hardware rendering.
It is a very good argument to say: Yes Haiku is not finished and ready now, but with more manpower and developer Haiku is able to do much more than it proves already now!