The spring is comming, the GSoC applications closed just today, and it is time for a new monthly report!
This report covers hrevs 50989 to 51063
Drivers tqh is working on improving wifi performance. He identified some sub-optimal code in the FreeBSD compatibility layer which he replaced by much simpler and faster functions that the compiler can actually inline. This improved performance of all IO access to network devices, fixing some real time problems.
Let’s see what happened in Haiku this month. This report covers hrevs 50928 to 50988.
waddlsplash worked on enabling real subpixel rendering in Haiku. This used to be protected by Microsoft patents, but they are all expired or will expire really soon. So, it is time to start experimenting with this and getting ready for enabling it.
waddlesplash also reworked the JSON API, and fixed several bugs found by the “JSON Minefield” tests.
Let’s see how 2017 goes in Haiku. This report covers hrev50830-hrev50928 (almost 100 or about 3 pushes per day).
Happy new year everyone!
Here is the last report for commits in the year 2016. It covers hrev50718-hrev50829.
The autumn season is here, and the winter is coming soon. For Haiku this means
several things. In particular, this month there was the Capitole du Libre with
two talks about Haiku (you can read more about that in mmu_man’s short report),
and also the start of the Google Code-In, with the first students claiming their
Anyway, let’s have a look at what’s cooking in the source tree. This report covers
Life continues in Haiku, with bugfixes and slowly getting prepared for the beta release. Not much in terms of new and exciting features, but Haiku is getting more stable and the bugs slowly fade away.
In terms of Haiku commits, this report covers hrevs 50577 to 50664.
Hey there, time for a report! (I’m really out of ideas for taglines. Any suggestions?)
This report covers hrev50529-hrev50576
Hello there, it’s time for the monthly activity report again!
This report covers hrev50456-hrev50528
The work on the intel_extreme driver continues. In the previous month there was a large refactor, merging an old branch originally started by mmlr. kallisti5 updated it and tested it on the early intel models (everything up to SandyBridge).
Here comes the activity report for July of 2016. It covers hrev50388-hrev50455
Finally the reports are back to normal monthly schedule!
The summer is coming, which in my case means a little more free time for Haiku hacking. Anyway, on to the interesting facts. This report covers hrev50367-hrev50387 (yes, only 20 revisions this month, but some of them are large-ish with several commits from Barrett).