Hello there, it’s time for a new report!
There was no report in January as the month was somewhat quiet, with several of
the devs putting most of their effort in mentoring GCI students. But everyone
has recovered now and we are back to normal schedule.
Hello everyone, welcome to 2016!
After a break in November because of BeGeistert, the monthly reports resume on
almost normal schedule (yes, I start with this one being two weeks late!).
Anyway, let’s see what happened during the last two months in Haiku.
This report covers the range hrev49750-hrev50011. We just passed the 50000
revisions range, which mmu_man celebrated with a birthday cake icon in hrev50000.
2016 will also be the year of Haiku 15th birthday, but this will happen a bit later,
Detailed statistics will be available soon.
Hello there! Time for a new monthly report!
This report covers the revision range hrev49663-hrev49748. No detailed statistics were generated yet.
Hi there, here comes the report for the month of September!
This report covers revisions hrev49453-hrev49663.
The summer is there and it seems some Haiku developers had more time to work on
it this month. There were so much news that my article from last month isn't
even on the homepage anymore!
Hi there, it’s time for the monthly report!
Commit range scanned this month: hrev49209-hrev49344.
There are currently 38 tickets open in the beta 1 release. For the first time, we are below 40.
GCI winners trip 2014 report
Hi there! I’m reporting from San Francisco today. This week I was visiting Google, meeting with the two winner students from Google Code-In as well as the students and mentors from the 11 other organizations participating in GCI.
In case you missed it: GCI is a program run by Google for 13-17 year old children. The goal of the program is to introduce them to open source software and get them contributing there, and to get them interested in computer science in general.
A new month, a new report!
The commit range this month is hrev48952-hrev49106. I got bored of doing the statistics by hand, so I’ve run the repo through gitstats instead. This gives more information than what I could do manually, including a listing of the most active commiters this month. Be sure to have a look at the results!