Monthly Archives: July 2009
GNOME 3 cleanup status update
This is another (shortened) update about cleaning up the GNOME stack for GNOME 3. This has also been posted to the desktop-devel mailing list. This status report refers to the aims listed in the 2.27/2.29 schedule and the automatic statistics … Continue reading
GNOME Bugsquad meeting
The ever-active Javier Jardón initiated an IRC Bugsquad meeting on Monday 3rd of August, 18:00 UTC in #bugs on GIMPnet Click here for the agenda plus feel free to add any ideas that might be worth discussion with regard to … Continue reading
Die deutsche und tschechische Politiklandschaft.
Nachdem die deutsche Bundesregierung eine Internetzensur eingefuehrt hat (und damit habe ich grosse Probleme), die sich auch von technisch unversierten Computerbenutzern innerhalb von einer halben Minute einfach umgehen laesst, werde ich wohl bei der Piratenpartei landen (von der FDP fuehle … Continue reading
Nokia making it complicated
As Maemo 5 (Fremantle) gets closer I’m worried about Nokia implementing a buggy untested “3rd party policy” without having a dialog with the maemo.org community before. It was again the community running into problems and then finding out about it. … Continue reading
GNOME 3 Cleanup: How you can help
For those that did not attend the GNOME 3.0 Live Circus^WStatus Update at Gran Canaria Desktop Summit: As written in the slides (probably not that helpful if you did not attend the talk) I’ve set up a wikipage which provides … Continue reading
We’ve come a long way.
Exactly ten years ago we bought a modem as my sister had convinced my parents to not wait until my birthday in October (yes, I’ve never used anything like BBS and mailboxes). So I was able to send my first … Continue reading
Google Summer of Code problems, GCDS
GSoC and GNOME Today David J.Daniel G. Siegel and me gave a talk at GCDS named “Google Summer of Code & Highly Open Participation Contest: How successful is GNOME?”. The slides are available here (PDF, 5.2MB). The discussion after our … Continue reading