Category Archives: GNOMEDeveloperKit
GNOME Dev Kit gets more help!
The GNOME Developer’s Kit is still alive, thanks to Zhang Sen. My free time has been getting tight, and I am very pleased to have been getting some great help from Zhang. In fact, he is doing the daily maintenance … Continue reading
GNOME 2.26, live demos available!
GNOME 2.26 is out, including live demos. We have an assortment of virtual machine formats as well as installable DVD isos. Come and get em’!
It’s a journey
No, not Journey the hit band from the 80s… wow that takes me back to damn near (or not that near) the beginning of my journey! I have spent a wonderful 3 years working at rPath, which ended in January. … Continue reading
Getting started with the GNOME Developer Kit
Joshua Hesketh has written some great documentation on how to use the GNOME Developer Kit. He has covered building, applying/creating patches, and contributing to the GNOME module of your choice . Thanks Josh! I would love to find a volunteer … Continue reading
Recent additions to the GNOME Developer Kit
I added a couple of new things this week, and of course they will track trunk. vinagre – (Very cool to see avahi support) conduit Keep those suggestions coming!
Keeping tabs on the GNOME Developer Kit
I finally got around to setting up a commit mail list for the GNOME Developer Kit. If you want to keep an eye on what is going on, check it out. You can of course subscribe, or just follow the … Continue reading
GNOME Developer Kit updates
It’s been a while since I have blogged about the GNOME Developer Kit. It has still been building daily, so plenty of updates. I have added some additional packages by request, hopefully they will help make it into an even … Continue reading