Over the next few weeks, I'll be trying to document some tangible non-C/C++ tasks.
They'll usually be things that I've wanted to do or have been meaning to do, but
for whatever reason haven't gotten around to doing them.
For each task, there'll a description of what it is,
how it helps the project, and hopefully some information to help you get started.
'Me' and 'We'. They're the same thing, just with a slightly different way of looking at it. There's always something to do, some way of helping further the Haiku Project ... though it's not all glitz, glamor, and fame. In fact, a good portion is, well, it's tedious; it's boring; it's stuff we'd rather not be doing. For a volunteer based project such as ours, that can be a death sentence for those tasks.
Some days ago, I realized that Haiku, Inc. never gave an official
status update on its progress. Looking back at where we were last
year, a lot of progress has been made. While this is not an official
statement from the BOD, these are just my personal observations and