OSNews writes at
that there are new Screenshots of the Fuchsia OS.
Fuchsia is Googles new Operating Systems for mobile devices. It will be the successor of Android.
The kernel of Fuchsia is called "Magenta"
and was initially written by Travis Geiselbrecht.
Travis Geiselbrecht was one of the developers of the BeOS-kernel and later develoiped its own operating system called “NewOS”, which Haiku later forked and used that code base for its own kernel.
So have anybody of the Haiku kernel developers looked at Fuchsia? Is there something better implemented, then in NewOS/Haiku ?
Or differs Fuchsia too much to NewOS, that it makes no sense to look at it?
It is nice, that on mobile deveces, Linux will be replaced with an other OpenSource operating system, with some ideas of BeOS I hope (because the author of the kernel).
Next step is then, replacing Windows with Haiku, Fuchsia or something else. Linux have never found its way on the desktop for the majority of the desktop users.
Linux can still be on Server and Supercomputer.
It is nice, that more Open Source operating systems comming up, which are not all-rounder, however specialized for one special area.