As mentioned in the previous report, two weeks ago I attended the RMLL conference. As usual this was quite interesting, and an occasion to show Haiku to more people in the free software community. We got only about 10 persons attending our conference and 4 attending our workshop on making Haiku packages. However, the main event was the “Libre Village” where we got to meet people and try to get as much of them as possible to try Haiku. I played Critical Mass with some people there, and also helped porting PyTouhou to Haiku. Last week I worked only 3 days (back on WebKit) so I’ll be reporting about the changes made in these two weeks now.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.haiku-os.org/blog/pulkomandy/2014-07-25_webkit_weekly_report_38/