Category Archives: clutter

In the Mood

well, I failed at blagging each day of the User Experience hackfest, but mostly because of the sheer amount of discussions, designs and work done. during the first common session on monday we all decided to split off into four … Continue reading

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Stuck with me

guadec 2008: I’m late, but I wanted to thank everyone in the GUADEC team for making this edition of the conference really rocking. thanks to everyone. clutter: well, after the 0.8.0 release during GUADEC things have slowed down — but … Continue reading

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Odalisque/2

so, it turns out that the plans of releasing Clutter 0.8 right after GUADEC were a little bit on the conservative side, since Clutter 0.8.0 has been released thanks to all the contributors for bugs opened, patches written, tests performed … Continue reading

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Odalisque

this GUADEC has been quite a ride, and we’re just halfway through. gtk+: the gtk+ team meeting on tuesday went really well — and part of the discussion was incorporated in Kris always excellent State of the union talk. the … Continue reading

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Finally Woken

the first, alpha quality release of Tweet is available here. I’d like to stress out that this is an alpha quality release; I’ve been using it for a while, now, and nothing serious like the destruction of my hard drive … Continue reading

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Pogo Stick

apparently, some people — and I’m looking at you, Pippin — said that the Tweet repository is hard to find: you actually have to search in my blog. well, not anymore: Tweet on GNOME Live complete with a screenshot of … Continue reading

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Road to Somewhere

well, after eating my dog food for a while, it seems that Tweet is starting to get more useful. first of all, now Tweet has an authentication dialog which allows you to enter your username and password the first time … Continue reading

Posted in C, clutter, fun, Hacking, tweet | 3 Comments

Some Things Come From Nothing

json-glib: 0.6 is out! please: download it, test it, use it. as far as I know, it has been packaged for Debian unstable, and has entered the NEW queue (kudos to Rob Bradford, esquire and fine gentleman). debian: with the … Continue reading

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Sincerest Forms of Flattery

tidy: they say that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery: the actual amount of code is quite small, and it’s already available in Tidy. challenges: Luca dared me into making a Clutter-based coverflow-like plugin for Rhythmbox, but it was … Continue reading

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Good Intentions/2

gtk+: I’ve been working again on the RecentManager and in trunk you’ll see some new stuff, namely: use GIO to determine the MIME type of a URI, on every platform supported use the file monitoring API to avoid polling the … Continue reading

Posted in C, clutter, crack, developer, glib, GNOME, gtk, Hacking, json-glib | 8 Comments