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CLT 2016 - A short summary

Hello guys, After some days went past I will now sum up the main events of the CLT 2016 for you. The event took place from 19th - 20th March at Technische Universit├Ąt of Chemnitz. This year the team was smaller than the years before and only Thomas Faber and me (for ppl that don't know me: Daniel Reimer) have made it. The hotel we booked was the Hoteloper Chemnitz.

February 2016 meeting minutes

2015-11-26 19:30 UTC irc.freenode.net, #reactos-meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:33 by Aleksey Bragin Point 1: Status Reports Point 2: Website Reports Point 3: 0.4.1 and 0.5.0 Release plans Point 1: Status Reports [TheFlash]: He'll work on the ntvdm bugs he took over in jira and after that he'll help with rapps_new. He's pretty much given up on writing NTVDM sound card drivers for now due to licensing problems he can't bypass and/or combine with his ideals.

November 2015 meeting minutes

2015-11-26 19:00 UTC dev.reactos.org, #meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:18 by Aleksey Bragin Point 1: Status Reports Point 2: 0.4.0 Release plans Point 1: Status Reports [TheFlash]: He started working on the NTVDM Sound Blaster emulation, however he realized that he's completely unable to test anything sound-related on ReactOS. KVM doesn't support the only card we have (CMI8378) and the rest would require non-free drivers, the use of which he finds contradictory to his ideals.

October 2015 meeting minutes

2015-10-29 19:00 UTC dev.reactos.org, #meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:01 by Amine Khaldi Point 1: Release plans Point 2: Special Report: Shell Point 3: Special Report: CE plans Point 4: Developers reports Point 1 Amine Khaldi built up on an email he sent to ros-priv about planning a 0.4.0 release now that things start to get in shape for it. He started the topic with asking for opinions and questions regarding what's still left to do.

September 2015 meeting minutes

2015-09-24 19:00 UTC dev.reactos.org, #meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:01 by Aleksey Bragin Point 1: Status Reports Point 2: Website upgrade proposal (Aleksey and Victor) Point 3: MSPL licensed code in our repo Point 4: Switching to new build process (Amine and Daniel) Point 5: Oldest CPU arch supported by ReactOS Point 1 Aleksandar Andrejevic: He is currently working on NTVDM. Soon, he'll finish translating a FreeBasic-based GPL Sound Blaster emulator (written by Mysoft, aka Gregory Macario Harbs) to C and include it.

June 2015 meeting minutes

2015-06-25 19:00 UTC dev.reactos.org, #meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:08 by Aleksey Bragin Point 1: Status Reports Point 2: Hackfest Point 1 Aleksey Bragin: His work on LDR code starts to have good results and a first patch was attached to a JIRA ticket. One crash was experienced in the tests, but it's not sure that it's caused by the patch at all. All which still has to be done is some reviewing by others and some clean up.

May 2015 meeting minutes

2015-05-28 19:00 UTC dev.reactos.org, #meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:17 by Aleksey Bragin Point 1: Report on the BRICS Operating System project proposal Point 2: Request to feature our official Dell laptop in a video Point 3: New Website Point 4: Plans for 0.4.0 Point 1 Aleksey Bragin officially submitted two project proposals to the Russian IT ministry (which is in charge of the BRICS operating systems development).

April 2015 Meeting Minutes

2015-04-30 19:00 UTC dev.reactos.org, #meeting Proceedings Meeting started at 19:09 by Aleksey Bragin Point 1: Developer Briefings Point 2: ReactOS Hackfest 2015 Point 1 Aleksandar Andrejevic: During the last month, Aleksandar has been fixing bugs in various parts of NTVDM, and is planning on fixing more bugs in the near future. Amine Khaldi: Amine was continuing the wine sync effort, while assisting and guiding some new comers that showed up recently, to make sure they contribute to the most urgent needs.

Back from CLT 2010

The Chemnitz Linux-Days 2010 are over and all ReactOS developers have safely made their way home again. We would like to give a summary, and share our impressions with those who were unfortunately unable join us: Contrary to our expectations, the stall and the presentation were a wow. Especially for ReactOS Deutschland e.V., the new German non-profit organization supporting the project, it was a promising start. A lot of interested guests visited our stall and wished us success for the future.