Category Archives: Geek
We might represent different distros, but we will always have GNOME in common. Jorge and I at the Ohio Linux Fest after-after party.
This was my first year attending the Ohio Linux Fest, and what a great event. I had a chance to meet lots of cool people and have some great conversations. The .ORG Desktop Corner, which consisted of Foresight, GNOME, Fedora … Continue reading
Michael K Johnson and I just made it into Columbus for Ohio Linux Fest. I am very excited, this is the first show that we will actually have a Foresight booth. Come stop by, we have some DVDs of 1.4 … Continue reading
Woot! Conary 1.2 has been released with many new features. Read the announcement for a run down of all new features/improvements. Foresight users will see it in their next update, enjoy!.
As Paul mentioned in his blog post, we are having a developer meeting on IRC (#foresight-devel on Freenode) next Wednesday, October 3rd at 1:00 p.m. EST. Anyone interested in giving back a little and helping to make the world a … Continue reading
PackageKit is still young, not quite complete, and the API is still in the works. However…. It has amazing potential and I am sure it will really rock. As of now, the conary backend is about 80% complete and needs … Continue reading
The GNOME 2.20 Live images are all available now, come check them out at http://torrent.gnome.org. This time around I cut out the VMWare ESX and Xen domU images, just no real demand for them. So if anyone has a specific … Continue reading
New Foresight and GNOME releases on International Talk Like a Pirate Day — how much fun is that! I am very pleased to announce Foresight 1.4 with GNOME 2.20. In honor of Talk Like a Pirate Day, we are featuring … Continue reading
Sri and I met up for the Sun Party at OSCON back in July. Here is a picture (crap quality, sorry) of him in the big wheel races… I wish I could say he was the big winner Me pushing … Continue reading