Monthly Archives: June 2002

30 Jun 2002

atai Dude, GARNOME is a haw-haw-acronym for GAR and GNOME.

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29 Jun 2002

GARNOME Now I get to do all the cleaning up I wanted to do before the G2D release but didn’t have time for. Part of that is getting GARNOME optimised and cranky for my new hardware – I got myself … Continue reading

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26 Jun 2002

GNOME It’s just past 7am. I’m going to sleep. Very well.

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25 Jun 2002

snorp Hey, your gnome-recent stuff might be appropriate for libegg, which is a staging library for stuff we intend to move into libgnome (or other platform libraries as appropriate). Talk to jamesh or andersca.

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23 Jun 2002

recentlog.html Man, reading recentlog is getting depressing. So much… angst. Advogato is for sharing, not for posturing. That’s why I love reading raph‘s entries. It seems he’s taken to weblogging, but without the piecemeal approach – he actually fleshes out … Continue reading

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22 Jun 2002

malcolm When I look at release notes for software, and want to check if I should lodge a bug, or find out if the particular behaviour I’m seeing is meant to be there, I look for the “Known Issues” section. … Continue reading

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15 Jun 2002

GNOME jfleck: I used to do a lot of theatre. After every performance run – without fail – I would feel horribly and excruciatingly empty. If I’ve felt anything similar to this in another situation, it would be the quiet, … Continue reading

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04 Jun 2002

GNOME So, Nat tells me I should go to the Boston Summit. I didn’t think I’d be of any use, so hadn’t even thought of planning the trip. A few hours later and I’m waiting keenly on my travel agent’s … Continue reading

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