I like this idea of small, couple of sentence updates too. As a professional developer wanting to get involved in the Haiku OS project, it is just nice to know that things are progressing, and what the current focus is. I suspect the main problem (or at least reason it isn't being done already) is that the progress at the moment is mostly just churning out code, and is probably deemed to be quite uninteresting. But that's not really the point of why I would like it implemented. The point is to show the community that something is going on and that the devs have a focus (even if it is only because component X seems to be unstable at the moment so we are going on a bit of a bug hunt). If it doesn't get implemented, it is not the end of the world since there is the blog page already implying activity is going on. Cheers, Timothy Brown (aka Stim) purposeless@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: >> >> But, if admin-group meeting summaries of non-sensitive discussion >> were posted regularly, I'm sure myself and possibly others would >> feel less in the dark. It doesn't have to be much. Just a couple of >> sentences. E.g. >> >> "The admin group welcomes member X. >> Component Y is bad and needs to be redesigned. >> We discussed distros and using the Haiku trademarks." >> >> /Jonas Sundström. >> >> > > How many others would like to have this implemented? > > I like this idea; Anything which gives news/updates is something that > will keep me interested and excited about Haiku--which translates into > my doing more stuff for it in some fashion or another, so it isn't just > a waste of time.