2.2.2 / November 1, 2001
The browser's haiku error messages were noted among BeOS users, which led to the name of Haiku, an open-source operating system inspired by BeOS. A late 1990s email joke which claimed that Microsoft was moving to Haiku error messages in Japanese versions of Windows was almost entirely made up of NetPositive error messages. For instance, a user might see the following error message if they try to access a website that is unavailable:
Cables have been cut
Southwest of Northeast somewhere
We are not amused.
If the user tried unsuccessfully to authenticate against a website, they might see:
Server's poor response
Not quick enough for browser.
Timed out, plum blossom.