Not really, just curb expectations. Some things are more simple like:
- Add PDF versions to important docs for multiplatform viewing (ex. BeBook, Welcome, Intro, Guide, Tutorial)
- Finalize XHCI stack updates for now (USB 3.x test)
Everything on the core CD works ‘good enough’ and finally Web+ is a bit better as of hrev52365. IMHO, I
use kiosks and browsing with ‘commercial-grade’ browsers still crashes or hangs within an hour of use. Don’t give Web+ the short stick so easily after weeks of someone’s efforts. Squirrel!
Seriously, Haiku has become ‘good enough’ for daily use and stable enough to compile/port large free open source software projects.
Test: I downloaded files using Web+, successfully compiled Mesa 18.2.1 on Haiku x86, wrote some notes in PE, and watched 4K/1080p videos. Besides doing academia work in LibreOffice and scan/printing-based
work… not too much to complain about to stop the momentum…
But, we should heavily test it for our own personal scrimmage…