Category Archives: planetGnome

Post-Triage

I’ve spent the last five hours triaging the open bugs of recent-files. Some of them were in bugzilla since 2003, and many were marked UNCOFIRMED. First of all, I scanned the bugs with patches, and created a first batch with … Continue reading

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Taking My Part

recent-files I’ve began assuming maintainership of all the bugs inside Bugzilla for the recent-files component of libegg. The listed bugs are basically issues against API unfriendlyness towards language bindings; segfaults for being too optimistic against user intervention on the storage … Continue reading

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Blue skies from pain

ork: These last two months of working at $WE_TEACH_TO_TEENAGERS will kill me… I’ve been wiping out disks (which have seen too many months without a format) since last week; Windows9x is Pain and Suffering to maintain. Unfortunately, we still have … Continue reading

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Back from GUADEC

Yesterday I came back from the GUADEC 2005 in Stuttgart. It has been freakin’ awesome! The talks, the people, the organization… Simply amazing. I enjoyed every talk I attended: the Cairo talk by Owen Taylor; the Keith Packard’s talk on … Continue reading

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Stuttgart here we come

Travelling: Tomorrow, after work, I’ll be leaving for Milan where I’ll pick up my girlfriend Marta, and then we’ll be heading Stuttgart for GUADEC 2005. Yay! Since Stuttgart is 500 kilometers (for youn non-metric-system people, roughly 310 miles), we’ll be … Continue reading

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