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Where is Haiku R1?

With all the infrastructure changes and improvements, paired with the bug fixes in our master Haiku branch, we are slowly and steadily moving towards the R1 Beta 1 release which will live in its own R1(!) branch. R1 Beta 1 installations should slowly roll towards the final R1 release via package updates. R1 Beta 1 is going to be a ... Read More »

ChrysaLisp: an assembler/C-Script/Lisp 64bit OS

Assembler/C-Script/Lisp 64 bit OS. MIMD, multi CPU, multi threaded, multi core, multi user. Runs on OSX or Linux for x64, PI64 Linux for Aarch64. Will move to bare metal eventually but it’s useful for now to run hosted while experimenting. When time allows I will be doing a VM boot image for UniKernel type appliances and a WebAssembly target to ... Read More »

What nobody told me about the Netherlands

Some years ago, already working in ‘active transport’, and seeking to deepen my understanding around urban design, I took the opportunity to take a family holiday for a week in the Netherlands. Among many many reactions to the experience, one big one I experienced was simply surprise that nobody had told me about most of the amazing things I’d see. ... Read More »

Microsoft breaches Dutch data protection law with Windows 10

Microsoft breaches the Dutch data protection law by processing personal data of people that use the Windows 10 operating system on their computers. This is the conclusion of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) after its investigation of Windows 10 Home and Pro. Microsoft does not clearly inform users about the type of data it uses, and for which purpose. ... Read More »