Where are you from, Haiku OS / BeOS user?


#223

Don, Shasta Lake,CA

Thanks Caleb


#224

Yes for sure…


#225

Mount Airy, Georgia US


#226

Grand Prairie, on the Planet of Texas.


#227

Never heard about a planet called Texas?!


#228

Some call it a state, to others it’s a whole different country. But we’re our own big little world.


#229

With contemporary system of education, I am certain, many people do not know geography. I even would not talking about history, which is always twisted in some way by political system and national centristic or colonial view.


#230

Germany / Stuttgart


#231

I am from China


#232

Braga, Portugal.


#233

Auckland, New Zealand

I’m running Haiku Beta 1 in a VM at the moment, because

  1. it’s a fascinating OS, and
  2. the unique filesystem might be useful for an idea to help teachers cope with their insane paperwork.

#234

Niterói - RJ, Brazil.


#235

Medellin Colombia


#236

I’m from Wellington New Zealand


#237

Verona, Italy.


#238

Hello from Washougal, Washington.

Bought BeOS whenever it was, and I still have The BeOS Bible that came with it.


#239

Hello, I am from Carrollton Virginia. Been a BeOS user since 4.5 I believe. Very excited about Haiku!


#240

Niwot, Colorado, USA

Wow! I’ve been checking Haiku OS out every few years for a long time now. I’ve been running R1/Beta1 on my Intel NUC for a few days now and I’m really impressed and excited! I’ve been wanting a well-working release of this for a long time, ever since learning about the BeOS filesystem. Now I have it! Super!


#241

Perth, Western Australia

Running R1/Beta1 on tiny little HP Pavilion dm 1.
Learning to code from the beginning, again. Getting wind burn from the speed of this baby!!
Lovin It…:sunglasses:

edit: Haiku OS user. Never tried BeOS unfortunately.


#242

Sorry, I had not updated the map for some time, you should all be in now.
212 registered users :sunglasses: