Monthly Archives: May 2004
Got a Linksys WRT54G? You’re the proud owner of Disruptive Technology! Don’t have one yet? Here’s a buyer’s guide to the hardware versions available. The vestiges of community work on alternative firmware images is pretty h0rked though. Between basic misunderstandings … Continue reading
In one of the strangest acts of delegation I’ve seen in GNOME to date, Jonathan asked me to publish a list of Cool GNOME Hacks, originally authored by a secret keiretsu of Ximian and Red Hat hackers — ten in … Continue reading
Haven’t wet your pants over the AdTI (Alexis de Tocqueville Institution) paper, Samizdat, yet? Martin Pool has written a thorough analysis on his blog, along with some humourous background. Google-say AdTI!
Steven Garrity’s blog was the inspiration for my Planet subscription keywords hack. I read an article about GNOME on his site a while back, noticed that he had a search box, and found all his previous articles about GNOME. Disappointed … Continue reading
Mary is taking Spanish lessons but finding it tough because there’s very little in the way of daily exposure to Spanish here in Australia. This morning, while dreaming, I concocted a plan for her educational salvation (and advancement of Free … Continue reading
Herbert’s resignation demonstrates why GNOME doesn’t ship flags at all. Herbert is a reasonable guy, who lives only a few kilometres away from me in Sydney, and happens to have a more personal, deeply-held perspective on the China/Taiwan issue than … Continue reading
Computer World gives GNOME the thumbs up: “But I’m finding that Linux, especially with GNOME, is a lot more user friendly than the Unix I remember. […] There are probably people in your organization right now who could become more … Continue reading