Tag Archives: gnome-ux

Getting the Message

If you are lucky enough to be with us in tropical Las Palmas and attended Owen’s keynote today you saw a preview of some of the new ideas we’ve been toying with for the GNOME Shell.  One of these concepts, … Continue reading

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The Third Age

(with apologies to Toffler for the title – Third Wave has other connotations these days) In the early days of personal digital computing things were pretty wild.  After all it was the 70′s and California (where much of the [computing] … Continue reading

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Words are Water

Risk And then the day came, when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to Blossom. – Anaïs Nin For the last couple of weeks I’ve been working pretty much non-stop … Continue reading

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Presentity

We like to talk.  Sometimes we are willing to listen.  But not always.  Sometimes we are busy, sometimes we sleep, and sometimes we are just sick of listening to you. I’ve tried to look at some of the ways we … Continue reading

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Talk Like That

It has been a long while since I posted.  Let’s see what I remember. Worked on a new gnome-session.  XSMP is one step closer to the curb.  Mostly worked to make the logout handling more reasonable.  See http://live.gnome.org/SessionManagement/GnomeSession and http://www.gnome.org/~mccann/gnome-session/docs/gnome-session.html … Continue reading

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Ease of Access

One of our primary design objectives for the rewrite of GDM was to have accessibility features be well integrated with the login screen (known as the greeter) and available by default.  The previous GDM supported accessibility, but not by default.  … Continue reading

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