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By mr on April 27, 2010
By mr on April 19, 2010
- Best Practices in Maintaining Vendor Specific GTK+ Branches
Submitted by Kris.
- Multitouching your apps
Submitted by Carlos (based on the new X input 2 work he has been doing for GTK+).
- Tracker’s place in the GNOME platform
Submitted by me.
Looking forward to seeing you all there!
By mr on April 1, 2010
By mr on March 2, 2010
We at Lanedo are currently looking at hiring people with development experience around GNOME and GTK+ related technologies again.
By mr on February 11, 2010
Managed to get 0.7.20 out of the door. Not long now before we start 0.8 releases. I want to start doing this within the next few weeks if possible.
Tracker is looking great right now though. The core team has been exemplary in recent weeks.
Roll on 0.8
By mr on February 5, 2010
This year we are sending everyone in Lanedo over to Brussels for FOSDEM. Looking forward to meeting up with old friends. It has been a few years since I last made the trip.
Most of us will be there by Friday evening in time to attend the beer event. We hope to see you there, should be good fun!
By mr on October 8, 2009
We have received many requests for work and we are still processing those. If we haven’t got back to you yet, we will. Thank you everyone who applied!
By mr on October 7, 2009
Bastien has been complaining that the Tracker plugin for Totem doesn’t work any more since 0.6. So I decided to see how quickly I could update it today. All in all, it only took me a few hours and here it is. You will have to excuse the crappy file naming and video tests I have to play with – normal users probably title these a bit better I think
On another note, we released 0.7.1 on Friday gone with some really nice fixes since the first release. We plan on doing another release this Friday too.
By mr on September 30, 2009
Finally it was released and announced last Friday.
As part of this work we added an applet called tracker-search-bar which is just a quick way to access your content.
Here is a video of Tracker search bar in action
So now developers can start getting stuck in!