Monthly Archives: June 2002
atai Dude, GARNOME is a haw-haw-acronym for GAR and GNOME.
GARNOME Now I get to do all the cleaning up I wanted to do before the G2D release but didn’t have time for. Part of that is getting GARNOME optimised and cranky for my new hardware – I got myself … Continue reading
GNOME It’s just past 7am. I’m going to sleep. Very well.
snorp Hey, your gnome-recent stuff might be appropriate for libegg, which is a staging library for stuff we intend to move into libgnome (or other platform libraries as appropriate). Talk to jamesh or andersca.
recentlog.html Man, reading recentlog is getting depressing. So much… angst. Advogato is for sharing, not for posturing. That’s why I love reading raph‘s entries. It seems he’s taken to weblogging, but without the piecemeal approach – he actually fleshes out … Continue reading
malcolm When I look at release notes for software, and want to check if I should lodge a bug, or find out if the particular behaviour I’m seeing is meant to be there, I look for the “Known Issues” section. … Continue reading
GNOME jfleck: I used to do a lot of theatre. After every performance run – without fail – I would feel horribly and excruciatingly empty. If I’ve felt anything similar to this in another situation, it would be the quiet, … Continue reading