Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 13th Jul 2009 20:44 UTC
BeOS & Derivatives It seems like only yesterday when Haiku was nothing more than a mere promise. Oh how the times have changed, as evidenced by yesterday's news: Colin Guenther has ported the FreeBSD WiFi stack to Haiku, and managed to get a connection, browse the internet, and download a large file.
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RE[3]: So I was wrong
by umccullough on Sat 18th Jul 2009 00:21 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: So I was wrong"
umccullough
Member since:
2006-01-26

I am sure much info is in the air on the mailinglists, which I followed for a while, but I really think you need to advertise all small improvements on the front page, or at least as a news ticker or something.


Here, I have a new frontpage for you:

http://cia.vc/stats/project/OpenBeOS

:)

Seriously, most of the individual bugfixes and commits just simply aren't newsworthy...

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RE[4]: So I was wrong
by wowtip on Sat 18th Jul 2009 16:49 in reply to "RE[3]: So I was wrong"
wowtip Member since:
2005-07-14



Here, I have a new frontpage for you:

http://cia.vc/stats/project/OpenBeOS

:)



Thanks, that is more like it. ;) Maybe this could be included in a side frame or something at haiku-os.org? Shows that there is lots of activity in the project which would otherwise be invisible.


Seriously, most of the individual bugfixes and commits just simply aren't newsworthy...


Yes, I know. Not too much, not too little. But as it is now I think there is more to the "to little" side of things.

I am not trying to be a pain in the **** here, just think you could sometimes get the impression from the official web page that development is at a standstill, which we who are a bit involved/interested know is not the case...

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