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 the … 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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