Monthly Archives: February 2008
remaining 2.22 showstoppers.
translations adding “just one additional string” to a module two weeks before a major release does not sound bad at first sight. but keep in mind that most of the modules have about 20 completely translated po files. it means … Continue reading
Google Highly Open Participation Contest results.
The Google Highly Open Participation Contest (GHOP) concluded a few days back. Google had invited 10 Open Source projects, GNOME being one of them, to set up a list of tasks for high school students. GHOP was a great success … Continue reading
GNOME 2.22.0 will probably not be GNOME 2.22
well. KDE 4.0 is not KDE4. GNOME 2.22 will also have some regressions because of porting from gnome-vfs to GIO. two of them are listed in the latest GNOME showstopper review: the missing “network:” backend implementation and the missing ftp … Continue reading
die musiklage der letzten tage.
Fad Gadget’s Collapsing New People. Zwei Fad Gadget-CDs besaß ich ja bereits, aber mir kam erst letztens die Idee, nach Videos zu schauen. YouTube ist toll, wenn man sich dort die Auftritte bei der ARD-Hitparadensendung “Formel Eins” nochmal anschauen kann … Continue reading
some (software) plans for 2008.
evolution at the beginning of the 2.23 cycle, i want to take a look at evolution’s user-visible messages. a lot of non-crasher bug reports (and especially support questions in forums) deal with error strings that are hard to understand for … Continue reading