Monthly Archives: March 2007
“Love is an ugly, terrible business, practiced by fools.” — Gabe, from Little Manhattan
“Implement a Gtk# widget that brings the Office-like ribbons to Gtk#. Focus is on managed widgets, not in C-based widgets.” — Miguel de Icaza, Mono Summer of Code ideas (emphasis mine). Go team. It’s also pretty sad that they’re pursuing … Continue reading
This is why it’s clear to me that the E in GUADEC still stands for Europe: While some folks are trying to widen the scope by appealing to the faux fairness of sharing, I think the evidence pins true fairness … Continue reading
Just delicious. Simply beautiful. GNOME 2.18 shipped last week, right on schedule, and I’m enjoying the fleeting wonderment of running an even-numbered GNOME release. Not for very long of course, there’s work to do.
“[The covenant not to sue] was one of the business things [Microsoft] wanted out of it, and, in defense of them, it was really probably secondary or tertiary in the discussions and it took a little bit of time for … Continue reading
I’ve been very happy with GNOME’s mail services since performing major repairs in July… List administrators have had less spam to moderate, owners of gnome.org mail aliases have received less spam, we’ve had a consistent list turnaround time of between … Continue reading
Clare blogged about Ubuntu wine, and wondered if other FLOSS products had their own drop… How about the linux.conf.au 2003 Holy Penguin Pee? Apparently, it really does taste like penguin pee (and not of the blessed variety), so I’m keeping … Continue reading