Monthly Archives: October 2002
GNOME Metric shitload of GNOME work conquered recently. Lots of running around to the various authors looking to get their software into the Desktop release, making sure they know what to expect, whether they’re ready or not, encouraging them to … Continue reading
pfremy Just give it up. The GNOME and KDE hackers have a healthy respect for each other which far outweighs your trolling in value for the Free Software community. Perhaps you should learn from your peers and contribute positively. The … Continue reading
Uraeus Please don’t fight trolls with trolls.
The Ever Astounding Advogato Employment Status Update With this post, I am now an Advogato cliché! Hooray for me! Ahem. This whole "shifting from consulting to permanent employment" thing is both exciting and irritating all at once. I’ve done consulting … Continue reading
Silver lining… … or this week’s most significant evidence pointing to the systematic cynical oppression of the metaverse? So, today has been a nice little package of bad news… But at the tail end, a silver lining in the acceptance … Continue reading
habes There is no good reason to throw away so many years work on X – it’s such a good platform. Your specific points are so close to being solved: Too hard to configure: Work is being done to make … Continue reading