The Dutch magazine PC-Active published an article on Haiku in their October issue, based on an interview I gave a few months ago. We are even on the cover! From the article: "Years ago, the alternative operating system BeOS had a small, but very loyal group of supporters. They had a strong belief in the future of 'their' operating system. In 2001, the company behind BeOS ceased to exist. Now, half way through 2007, there is a new group enthousiastic followers. Haiku followers, the reincarnation of BeOS." The article mentions the current status of the project, the history and the open source nature.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.haiku-os.org/news/2007-09-14_pc_active_haiku_the_rebirth_of_beos/