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Recently it's been reported that Transmission 1.61 is now running on Haiku. This is thanks to Eric Petit (titer on IRC). Here is a mini interview I ha
Here is our interview with Ma Jie, the GSoC student who will be working on Zeroconf support for Haiku.
1. Tell us about yourself I'm a 23-year-old se
This is interview number 2 of the GSoC applicant series. This time around I've interviewed Francesco Piccinno who had applied to work on Python bindin
A few Haiku news sites have gotten together and will be conducting a series of interviews with some of the GSoC applicants (both accepted and not). He
You can now get Haikuware updates on the popular microblogging/social networking site Twitter! If you have an account simply go to http://twitter.co
In a message posted today on the Haiku-Web mailing list Koki said the following: Howdy, I know I have said or implied this a few times in
Some news that a few people have been waiting for!"Uhm… this topic sounds familiar, right? But wait, Windows? Yup, so far it was only pos
The 15th episode of the Haiku Podcast is now available from haikupodcast.com. This is the most fun I've had recording it yet. I encourage ev
I am waiting for Sikosis to ring me up on Skype right now so you can expect another episode of the Haiku Podcast in a few days. Check out H
It's been a while, but there is finally a new episode of the Haiku Podcast available.
Once again, yours truely (TheNerd) is co-hosting alongside
As of today Haikuware has hit the 300 user mark. This comes just before our one year anniversary (May 19). Some may say that 300 users in one year i
Episode 13 of the Haiku Podcast is now available. Once again, yours truly, has made an appearance as co-host.
Sikosis and I talk a
1. Haiku has made it into the Google Summer of Code once again this year. Click here for more
2. Haikuware has given you a Hiki! That's right we have put up a Wiki and decided to call it a Hiki. Click here for more
We hope this will become a repository for all sorts of Haiku
information, how-to, tutorials and just about anything you can imagine.
The latest edition of the Haiku Podcast has been released with yours truely as a new co-host. Head on over to the site and have a listen!
I know I'm not the first to report this but there was an SVN commit made with the following comment.
"Well, that's all what I've come up with aft