I am currently a Mac user who is considering jumping ship.
Whilst there are plenty of Linux distros around, I have fond recollections of a year spent using an operating system called BeOS at the turn of the millennium. Sadly I suffered a break-in and the BeOS computer was stolen and I went back to Windows, until switching to Mac. That my time with BeOS was so cruelly cut short makes me yearn to have another go at it. Now that Haiku - an operating system inspired on BeOS - is approaching its 1.0 release - I am looking at acquiring a system that can run it.
I am therefore keen to hear any experiences or research in trying to boot and run Haiku on the Framework. Is it even possible at this stage? I am thinking the Thunderbolt ports - amongst other things - may not yet be supported.
Otherwise I think Haiku would be an excellent match with the Framework. Of interest to those calling for different Framework mainboard architectures, there are active ports for ARM and RISC-V.