[openbeos] Re: Openness

  • From: Simon Taylor <simontaylor1@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 22:26:20 +0000

> From: "Ben Allen" <ben.allen@xxxxxxxxx>
> Date: 2007/05/15 Tue PM 05:39:27 GMT
> To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [openbeos] Re: Openness
> There is an RSS feed at
> http://dev.haiku-os.org/timeline?ticket=on&max=25&daysback=150&format=rssthat
> details all the submissions, changes, etc that go through the Trac
> system.  It's not exactly in summary form, but you can see bugs being found
> and squashed as it happens.
> -Ben

The cia bot is the best place to see progress, and is publicly available - the 
headlines appear in one of the right hand boxes on the website, but I tend to 
check the page with the commit logs at http://cia.vc/stats/project/openbeos

eNGIMa (Danny Robson) does occasional blog posts to summarise the source 
activity in a more human-readable form (see http://haiku-os.org/blog/engima), 
which I always found interesting. I might be able to help out a bit with this 
effort if Danny wants it - I follow cia pretty religiously and check the commit 
list archive to see what discussion's going on about the code. Is there much 
involved with getting a blog on the Haiku website? My user name's tangobravo, 


> On 5/14/07, Shane Moore <Shane.Moore@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >
> > >
> > > How many others would like to have this implemented?
> >
> > I must say, that when the RSS feeds were introduced, I had expected that
> > they
> > might be a source for something like a weekly or fortnightly summary of
> > 'what
> > have we achieved, what are we turning our attention to now.'
> >
> > So I would be happy for some kind of more-regular statement of what is
> > 'happening' so that those who are not fully engaged might get some sense
> > of
> > where the project is at, and is going.
> >
> >

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