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Sunday, November 28, 2004

Christmas @ BeOSRADIO

Each year BeOSRADIO makes a call out to their listeners and anyone else out there who's interested, asking for submissions of Christmas music to run during the holiday season.

If you have created your own original Christmas music, or your own version of a Christmas classic, head on over to their site.

Sunday, November 21, 2004

HaikuNews is Back !

Chris "Technix" Simmons writes "We're BACK. This time, due in large part to Hurricane Electric, and an anonymous donator in our fine, superb, very generous (hint hint) community."

He also states "The question is; for how long? That is where you come in. Anyone out there want to help us by donating the use of a credit card, for our hosting payments? The monthly charge is $24.95 USD." Whils,t we think it's great that this news resource is back, we would rather see any donation of monies directed towards Haiku.

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Nice new BeOS magazine!

Well, it looks nice. It's about Zeta, and it's in German, but it's still a good thing to see. It's at www.zemag.de the first one is on-line now. The introductory paragraph, translated quickly, says:

"Zemag is a new print magazine dealing with hardware and software issues for the Zeta operating system. While the focus is mainly on Zeta and its development, there will be many other interesting topics discussed, e.g. software development for Zeta with practical examples for developers; software tests; tips and tricks for users; interviews and news items."

Saturday, November 13, 2004

New gcc for BeOS

Oliver Tappe has published the latest version of gcc for BeOS/Haiku - version 2.95.3-beos-041111.

This is a package of gcc-2.95.3 and binutils-2.15 and is based on the work done by Takashi Toyoshima, which in turn is based on the official gnupro-releases done by Fred Fish and others at Be.

Click here to download.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Welcome to OzHug !

Greetings to you all from OzHug - the Australian (Oz) Haiku User Group.

We are dedicated to the promotion and use of the Haiku Operating System. If you are an Australian and would like to be involved in the OzHug movement, please feel free to drop us a comment below or email us here.