I’ve worked in a game called gsimon, a Simon clone for GNOME. It’s my first code using Cairo and I hope will be the fist project of many others.
I’ll code some educational software/games and propose to add a “gnome-edu” module in GNOME. GNOME needs educational stuff.
What do you think about it?
Thanks for all who gave me tips about my previous post. Now, I have another issue:
That’s a cairo widget with four paths. Is there a way to treat each path individually?
Is there a way to create a custom widget with Cairo so that it is “clickable” only in the painted area?
picture by Davyd Madeley
e.g.: capture the mouse click only in the white area.
We need suggestions which can be sent just replying those messages. Also, we need volunteers to do that work.
Let’s make the Bugsquad rock more and more!
It’s Clearlooks based and I’m using Tango icon theme.
Feel free to mail me (subject: “DARK GNOME”). I’ll send you the theme file (tar.gz) and the user-stylesheet.css (to make browsing easier).
Also, if you´re using Ubuntu, change the notification theme to GNOME default:
~$ gconftool -s --type=string /apps/notification-daemon/theme standard
or just change the key value using gconf-editor.
Can I have a “http://www.gnome.org/~brunobol” space to keep some files?
Dear Ubuntu developers,
Please!!! Give us back the GNOME foot into the GNOME default icon theme. I’m not asking you to change the Human theme, just to keep the GNOME theme with the foot! Please!
Is there a way to not change things in browser (Epiphany) when using dark themes? UPDATE: I want to keep anything as using a light theme.
Please, someone can add GNOME Brazil to the “GNOME communities around the world by region and language” list on Planet GNOME? Our new website rocks!!!
In times of Board elections, it’s a common task of Membership Committee (I’m part of the team now!!) elaborate some questions for the candidates. November 18th (announce of the candidates) is the date which the Committee will post the questions on Planet GNOME and gnomedesktop.org.*
I hope the debate will be very interesting this year, with some controversial topics.
Thanks Baris Cicek and Sankarshan Mukhopadhyay for being very receptive!
* why I can’t write posts with links on this blog using Drivel?