We constantly build and and release new, bleeding edge versions of Haiku for testing purposes. You can download and install these versions to check out the latest features and bug fixes.
Be aware that nightly images may be unstable. Additionally, some packages included with official releases need to be installed separately.
If you're OK with this, you can find further instructions at our Nightly image page.
Nightly and Beta2 users will need to “re-add” their release repositories to update to newer versions of Haiku and beyond. This change is part of a long-term improvement of our Haiku/HaikuPorts repository identifiers.
These commands need to be run in the terminal.
Check your current repositories: pkgman list-repo
Nightly Users Nightly users will need to “re-add” both their Haiku and HaikuPorts release repositories to be able to update to hrev55184 and beyond.
The release timeline for Haiku R1/Beta 3 has been approved after a 7 day RFC (Request for Comment) period on the mailing list.
Access the release timeline on the Trac wiki. Note that minor changes to the dates may occur. If all goes to plan, Beta 3 will be released sometime after the 24th of July. Note that the release will only happen when everything is ready, so there are no final dates and the timeline may change to account for delays.
As we get closer to the release of Beta 3, it is important we ensure our translations are updated.
Current State of Translation Work As of now, no new language has currently reached over 60% since Beta 2 was released last year. Croatian translations are at 58%. If no progress is made, this translation risks being removed from Beta 3! Korean, Hindi, Bulgarian, Czech and Norwegian were already under 60% in beta2 and are still under 60%, somewhere between 45% and 60% complete.
It’s the end of the first GSoC period, so it’s about time I clutter the blog again!
A good few changes have been made to Caya― most obviously support for multi-user rooms and some UI changes. Multi-protocol add-ons are now supported, the program is oriented around “Conversations” rather than “Contacts,” basic moderation (kicking, banning, muting) works, etc.
The protocol API‘s expanded because of these general changes, and I don’t think it could be called “stable” for another couple weeks at least― I still need to document it, and some of the new additions might still be consolidated into others.
Hey everyone! I am Hrithik (ritz), You can find about my project in my introductory blog. Here’s what I have done so far.
I started by reading Concourse CI documentation in order to get myself familiarise with ci pipeline and various schema involved in it. I also looked at other resources provided by my mentors i.e. Suhel Mehta @suhel_mehta and Alexander von Gluck @kallisti5 . Below are some links if anyone wants to check out.
Hello, it’s time for the May activity report!
Before starting the report, we would like to thank our donors for their donations. Your donations help us cover our expenses and help us reach our goal to hire people to work on Haiku full-time. We would also like to thank all the community for their countless hours of effort of implementing new features, triaging bugs, translating, supporting other users, and spreading the Haiku word all around.
We recently moved our IRC channels from Freenode to OFTC. I almost forgot to register my IRC nickname at the new service, and having just done that, I take the opportunity to describe how that’s done for my fellow - maybe newbie - IRC user.
Configure Vision First, you’ll have to configure Vision (or another IRC client) to connect to the OFTC network.
Enter the Network setup and add a new network with the popup menu at the top.
Introduction Hey everyone! I am Hrithik Kumar, a sophomore at National Institute of Technology Agartala, India majoring in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE). I am happy to say that I will be working on creating a Coding style checker bot for Gerrit as part of the GSoC 2021 project. My mentors are Alexander von Gluck and Suhel Mehta.
IRC nick: ritz Matrix: ritz (@ritzkr:matrix.org) Project Haiku has its own coding guidelines which describe how the code should be formatted.
Introduction Hi! I’m Jaidyn Levesque (jadedctrl on IRC and elsewhere), a 2nd year Computer Science student. I’ve been using *nixes for several years now, and just moved over to Haiku as my main OS a little over a year ago. I’m lucky enough to be a mentee this summer, and I’m excited to get started!
Project My GSoC project is to modernize Caya, a multi-protocol chat program. “Modernize” here means a couple different things: General updates, multi-user chats, and libpurple support.
Introduction: I am Saloni B.Tech.(3rd year), Computer Science and Engineering(CSE) student of Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, India. I have been selected for Google Summer of Code 2021 to work with Haiku on the project Improvements to clang-format and clang-tidy to format code according to haiku coding guidelines. My mentors are Preetpal Kaur and Adrien Destugues.
About my project: Haiku has its own coding standards which describe how the code should be formatted.