Monthly Archives: February 2005

jdub¡tv!

Flumotion is brilliant. I’ve been testing it for a while now, but only recently been able to stream to a useful number of clients, thanks to my new Linode virtual server. The Fluendo guys have done a fantastic job architecting … Continue reading

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So I thought I’d try out Kjartan’s performance-enhanced vte test tarball, and got some interesting results from a few entirely unscientific tests. find / on my laptop provided a 25M file, which I exposed to the terminal emulator via time … Continue reading

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Jorge “whiprush” Castro blogs about his second day at LWE, and captures the Luisnes of Luis perfectly: “Luis is the real deal … the first day, he talked about GNOME so much that he lost his voice and had to … Continue reading

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Dave, people learn, but you gotta teach the right things. 🙂 The wiki is fine for listing splash competition entries. The problem you guys had was that all the entries were attached to the pages, which inflicts scalability issues given … Continue reading

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Hula

Congratulations to the Novell crew, Hula is looking very sexy! This is a big step forward for groupware on Linux. Now to see how nicely it fits in with the rest of the FOSS messaging stack…

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Nat has been prankstering around with GnomeWorldWide, which resulted in the following email from Axel Liljencrantz: Saw your GnomeWorldWide, nice map. Spotted an error, though. You have accidentaly marked the location of Atlantis as north east of Madagascar. Actually, it … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Morgan, whom I really only know through ftp-release-list emails for java-gnome releases, writes about the very fresh-off-the-presses java-gnome 2.12 roadmap. Pretty exciting to see dbus, cairo and gtkmozembed bindings on the plan. Jeff (love a man who can spell), … Continue reading

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GNOME World Wide

I’ve always loved the Debian developer locations map, and for some time I’ve wanted to do a similar thing for GNOME. Presenting, GnomeWorldWide! With Moin, this is really easy. Everything’s on one wiki page, and my regeneration script sucks down … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Blog Update

the penguin-driven life recommends the Dialup Modem Howto on the Ubuntu wiki instead of using the Networking configuration dialogue. Totally agree – each uses a different subsystem to configure and execute the connection, which is very silly! Especially when the … Continue reading

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Ubuntu Blog Update

Roberto Lupi finds a cool new feature in Hoary Hedgehog’s very fresh GIMP 2.2: The Toilet Paper image template. Just in time for Valentine’s Day! Fernando Duran writes about Ubuntu on his Dell Inspiron 8200. Meanwhile, there’s a whole blog … Continue reading

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