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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.

[GSoC 2022] Ham: A Jam Replacement

Blog post by Dominic Martinez on Wed, 2022-05-25 05:13

Introduction Hello everyone! I’m Dominic Martinez, a current rising junior at Duke University, USA. Being a personal victim of build system trauma (looking at you web-dev), I’ve become increasingly fascinated (and frustrated) by build system design, and have been waiting for the chance to build one myself. As such, I’m excited to have been selected to work on Ham - a replacement for the Jam build system - alongside my mentor Stephan Aßmus.

[GSoC 2022] Improving the Calendar Application

Blog post by HarshitSharma on Tue, 2022-05-24 00:36

Introduction Hello! I’m Harshit Sharma (GitHub : harshit-sharma-gits) a 2nd year BTech Undergrad from Harcourt Butler Technical University (HBTU), Kanpur. I will be working on improving the Calendar Application which was developed under GSoC 2017 by Akshay Agarwal. My mentors for this project are Niels Sascha Reedijk and Humdinger. Here is the link to my Proposal I am really excited for this project! Introduction to the project A Calendar application is a must have application for any operating system and is beneficial for end users as well as developers.

[GSoC 2022] XFS Filesystem Support

Blog post by Mashijams on Sat, 2022-05-21 00:00

Introduction : I am Raghav Sharma (Mashijams), an Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering undergraduate student at the Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science ( SGSITS ) pursuing a Bachelor of Technology in my second year. I am selected as GSoC 2022 student for adding more xfs support for Haiku. My mentors for this project are Pulkomandy and Saloni. Here is the link to my project proposal Current status of xfs on Haiku : As of now we have read support for xfs version 4.

Haiku Activity & Contract Report: April 2022

Blog post by waddlesplash on Mon, 2022-05-09 13:30

As has been the case recently, the Activity Report is hereby combined with my Contract Report.

This report covers hrev55992 to hrev56087.

Haiku Activity & Contract Report: March 2022

Blog post by waddlesplash on Fri, 2022-04-08 14:30

Just like the last few months, the usual Activity Report is hereby combined with my Contract Report.

This report covers hrev55917 to hrev55991.

Haiku Activity & Contract Report: February 2022

Blog post by waddlesplash on Mon, 2022-03-07 15:00

Just like last month, the usual Activity Report is hereby combined with my Contract Report.

This report covers hrev55836 to hrev55916.

Haiku Activity & Contract Report: January 2022

Blog post by waddlesplash on Sat, 2022-02-05 22:00

For a bit of a change this month, the usual Activity Report is hereby combined with my Contract Report. (Thanks to PulkoMandy for all his hard work writing the activity reports most other months, and for all the work he put into this one before turning it over to me for its completion. Now I get to write about myself in the third person!)

This report covers hrev55769 to hrev55835.

Haiku Contract Report: December 2021

Blog post by waddlesplash on Mon, 2022-01-10 18:00

For the first time, most of the work I did as part of this contract was not in the month’s activity report aside from a passing reference, as nearly all of it took place outside the main Haiku source tree. So, here I detail it; and thanks once again to the generous donations of readers like you (thank you!).