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Darkwyrm Manning The Table

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Posted by:Yez on Tuesday, 29 Sep, 2009 @ 9:21 AM

Ohio Linux Fest was this past weekend and Haiku was represented by none other than long time community member Darkwyrm.  Everything went well and you can read about all the antics in his blog post.  With the alpha release, it appears that Haiku is beginning to gain some traction in the world!

Haiku Podcast #18

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Posted by:Yez on Sunday, 20 Sep, 2009 @ 10:43 PM

Haiku Podcast #18 is now available for you viewing pleasure.  This podcast features 55 minutes of Haiku information brought to you by Urias McCullough and Matt Madia, TheNerd and Sikosis.  Head on over to HaikuPodcast.com and enjoy the great work they have put together.

Haiku R1 Alpha1 is now out!

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Posted by:scottmc on Sunday, 13 Sep, 2009 @ 9:55 PM

After many years of development, there is now a first alpha release of Haiku. This release is mostly aimed at developers, but many will be checking it out to see just how far the project has come. So head on over to http://www.haiku-os.org and grab your copy, burn it to CD and mark it with September 14th, 2009. Give it a try out and come back and post your comments in our forums here. Congrats to all who were involved in making this possible, from those early developers who kicked off the project, to the ones who’ve just joined recently and everyone in between, and all the non-developers who’ve also pitched in to help out where they can. They have also done a refresh on the web site and it looks great.
Be sure to read the Welcome link on the desktop, lots of good info in there.

Haiku Alpha1 just days away

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Posted by:scottmc on Tuesday, 08 Sep, 2009 @ 10:28 AM

Work on Haiku has been progressing at a fast pace this past few weeks. They did a feature freeze on August 23rd and have been working on bug fixes since then. There’s been some minor features added mostly to improve the live CD experience. That’s right, there will be an .iso and it can be used either as a LiveCD or as a Haiku install CD. There’s been daily alpha builds and tons of fixes and a handful of regressions. There’s also many testers in the mix checking each day and reporting back their findings, with many of the regressions being fixed that same day. Most of the OptionalPackages have now been rebuilt/refreshed, with only a few of those remaining to be done. It still looks like they are on track for the projected September 14th release.

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