I read plenty comments about Haiku in the past what? 20 years and i haven’t seen any comments about webassembly, but on the other hand i have seen plenty great ideas to die.
I don’t really know if i want this idea also to die, because i hate to see everything built on top of webbrowsers, which is definetely a comfortable but disgusting and technically non-ideal solution or i want it to live, but then i don’t see the plenty great programs which would then run on Haiku, and as it would run everywhere, it wouldn’t make the product exciting.
I think WA is equally great and insane idea in the same time, but as it running on top of the webbrowser, then it should simply die, only because pragmatical reasons. Even, if it is possible to run in Terminal/doubleclick.
I simply think the computer users have already good enough solutions and they are bombarded with hype too much, so their stimulus treshold is just simply way too high. Their expectations too.