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Pimp Your Playstation

by @ Wednesday, July 8th, 2009. Filed under How To Groove

On the Playstation 3 and Playstation Portable, one can download and install themes to personalize their consoles.  If you want to show your love for Haiku but don’t have the time to build your own Haiku theme, you are in luck.  Long time community member Serpentor has put together some pretty nice looking themes for […]

What Did We Miss At SCaLE?

by @ Wednesday, February 13th, 2008. Filed under How To Groove

Not sure how many of y’all were able to get out to the Southern California Linux Expo but just in case you didn’t make it, Koki has a great blog entry about what happened.  It sounds like they had a good time and it would have been a great time for community members to get […]

Haiku, Haiku Everywhere

by @ Thursday, January 10th, 2008. Filed under How To Groove

Last year Haiku got quite a bit of exposure all over the world and 2008 is shaping up to be another great year for pimpin’ all the great things about Haiku.  The Haiku web team has put together some great tools to announce and learn about announced events related to Haiku.  Head over here to […]

Haiku Documentation Team about to get their groove on

by @ Wednesday, April 18th, 2007. Filed under How To Groove

The Haiku Documentation Team is ramping up their efforts to put together the pages of information that would-be Haiku devs will use to learn about the Haiku API and would like some help.  So, if you are so inclined to help out Haiku Inc but are only good and writing, this may be the place […]

Helping out the community.

by @ Friday, April 21st, 2006. Filed under How To Groove

As I was clicking around the community, I realized how easy it is for folks to help out.  The answer is only a click away!  An excellent example of how to help can be found in this announcement over at the Haiku-OS forums.  Specifically this part “… has added Google Ads to the site. Please […]

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