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  • IsComputerOn - GSoC, HCD, Axel, a book... oh my.
    The Google Summer of Code is in full swing and reports have been posted mostly regularly by the student participating You can read the latest on IPv6 implementation Services Kit and LKL support over at the Haiku Blog o Sphere Also there you can read Pulkomandy s progress on the locale kit that he s been going through in this year s Haiku Code Drive He just updated the blog a couple of days ago and as you can see he s been working hard Also working hard as usual is Axel This basement dweller was hired once again by Haiku to work full time on the project and he s focusing his efforts on the network stack including for example WPA which should be coming soon He also updated the blog with the work he s done so far and what s in store for the upcoming hours and I for one can t wait to see the final result of the 120 hours On another note we d like to congratulate Darkwyrm for having the first that I m aware published book on coding for Haiku both in traditional format and ebook Congratulations and well done I hope

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1157-gsoc-hcd-axel-a-book-oh-my (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - Ars Gives a Retrospective to BFS.
    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

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1156-ars-gives-a-retrospective-to-bfs (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - Haiku Alpha 2 IS OUT!!!
    namely WiFi support with WEP encryption introduced WebPositive a native Webkit based browser New Locale Kit allows localization translation Improved USB mass storage performance ACPI enabled by default Bash command line shell updated to version 4 x Message Signal Interrupts MSI Increased POSIX compliance Increased performance Of course that s not all there is to Alpha 2 and you can read even more from the release notes What am I

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1155-haiku-alpha-2-is-out (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - Haiku Welcomes Seven GSoC Students.
    Niels Sascha Reedijk Project lkl haiku fsd Haiku file system drivers for any Linux supported file system Christopher Humphries Mentor David McPaul Project Improve and Extend Media Player Christophe Huriaux Mentor Stephan Assmus Project Creating Services Kit core elements Nathan Mentley Mentor Michael Lotz Project Haiku x86 64 port Alex Wilson Mentor Adrien Destugues Project Taking the Haiku Layout API public Of the seven projects one jumps at you straight

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1154-haiku-welcomes-seven-gsoc-students (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - Haiku Alpha 2 Date Has Been Set.
    as the release date for Alpha 2 starting the launch for the launch sequence Today he created the Alpha 2 branch in the code tree to which only the coordinator him if no else is chosen will have commit access He also proposes that this week a vote is carried out by the developers so that the optional features to include are chosen Great news for everyone and another milestone

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1153-haiku-alpha-2-date-has-been-set (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - Home
    today Matt Madia wrote a piece over at the Haiku site detailing the progress made so far in its first month of three by both Google Summer of Code 2009 and Haiku Code Drive 2009 students Progress has been made by the 6 students mentioned in Matt s piece some more than others of course which is only natural and we ll all be looking forward to the second month progress report Head over and read Matt s piece Good work everyone Native Browser and Webkit Progress Report Details Written by DaaT Published 20 June 2009 Google Summer of Code student Maxime Simon who was interviewd here at ICO last month wrote earlier today a progress report on his project including a couple of screenshots According to Maxime and to a comment posted by him to his own report he has now managed to build not only JavaScriptCore but the WebCore itself Lots of more work is to be done by himself and Ryan but this is awesome work by the two already Can t wait to see the final result Who am I kidding I can t wait to see the alpha result GSoC Interview Alexey Burshtein Details Written by DaaT Published 31 May 2009 Today we here at ICO bring you one more interview in the Google Summer of Code series with both accepted and non accepted students Today s interview is with Alexey Burshtein Israeli with Russian origins So without further delay click below and I hope you enjoy reading it Read more GSoC Interview Alexey Burshtein Another GSoC Student Interview Details Written by DaaT Published 20 May 2009 This time Haiku Italy gives us an interview with GSoC student Tom Fairfield As you may recall it was really recent Tom will be taking part of the Haiku Code Drive 2009 working on the Services Kit and the interview was conducted by his mentor Pier Luigi Fiorini Head over and enjoy the reading Soon we ll bring you yet another GSoC interview so stay tuned BePodder Now Freeware Details Written by DaaT Published 18 May 2009 Giuseppe Gargaro member of the Funky Idea Software company the company behind the software BePodder and Flickr Uploader wrote to let us know that they ll has released BePodder as freeware It s a really good aggregator software and you have no more excuses not to give it a spin You can download it along with a free license keyfile and start using right away Thanks Giuseppe and Fuky Idea Software for this Printing From Firefox Details Written by DaaT Published 18 May 2009 Last week Lelldorin whom I m sure you know e mailed me about a small tutorial he wrote over at BeSly on printing from Firefox sort of He uses an experimental FF add on called html2pdf which allows the user to save the page or according to him parts of it as PDF which can later be printed without a problem It s a clever workaround so

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php?start=160 (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - QT Port Updated.
    page a few days ago with the news that the port has been updated and work is being done to bring it up to QT version 4 7 He reports as well that the move to git has been completed Nothing more is said by Gerasim but he did include a screenshot Good job guys Who s Online We have 8 guests and no members online Links News LeBuzz BeGroovy

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1152-qt-port-updated (2016-04-27)
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  • IsComputerOn - BeGeistert 022 Report. (Updated)
    The name given to this edition was Return of the Cola Coder and Ithamar was there alright He brought with him a lot of code concerning printing which he s been commiting into the tree Another return remember I mentioned a surprise when introducing BeGeistert 022 a couple of weeks ago was the return of yellowTAB You read that right yellowTAB is planning something around Haiku and is will be

    Original URL path: https://www.iscomputeron.com/index.php/1151-begeistert-022-report-updated (2016-04-27)
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