Ars Technica posted yesterday a retrospective on the BeOS File System, since its beginning to its latest incarnation in Haiku. They cover its technical advantages of the time (and present) and include a couple of interviews, the first with one of the original BFS coders (though he remains anonymous for the interview) and the second with Axel himself. It's a great article, very interesting to read and provides an insight into the file system us BeOS/Haiku users have loved (and sometimes hated) for a long time. Enjoy the reading everyone.