Mojitito: Mojito in Javascript

mojitito

So, I wanted to play a bit with Moblin’s Mojito just to know how cool and easy it is to use it on GNOME. So, tonight I ended up writing “Mojitito”. It comprises a Javascript wrapper that exposes Mojito’s DBus API and can be easily used in any Javascript-based app (GNOME Shell for example) and a crappy Clutter-based UI which just lists the items in an ultra-simple way (just wanted to write something to use the Mojito wrapper). Anyway, you can get the code here (you need gjs and mojito. Just run the “mojitito” script) if you want to play with it. I only configured a test Twitter account but a real UI implementation should be able to present items from Last.fm, Flickr, MySpace, etc in a fancy way. Anyway, it’s pretty simple to use Mojito and I’m really looking forward to seeing this kind of stuff being nicely integrated in our new shell!

GCDS #2

  • I’m eating too much. I’ll definitely some weight here. It’s funny that I haven’t heard of anyone getting sick because of any food here. There’s a lot “risky” food here… The “Sueco Especial” for example looked a bit scary at first :-P
  • Don’t believe in what Diego and Vincent are saying! I understand (almost) everything people say in spanish here. It’s amazing! Speaking spanish is another story though…
  • Could find any open restaurant at 1h AM last night! It was Sunday but still… Well, we ended up finding a open bar where we had some simple but good sandwiches.
  • I really liked the GNOME 3.0 talk today. It was useful to show how many cool things are happening for GNOME 3.0.
  • Went to a quick/informal GTK+ meeting today. I hope some the stuff discussed there turn into actual action soon.
  • Daniel is right, I’m 23 years old! :-P
  • For some weird reason, I ended up being the “official” photographer for the GCDS group photo! Terrible idea as I’m a lousy photographer! :-P (I’ll publish it soon bt the way)
  • GSettings looks pretty interesting. Client side windows in GTK+ seems very promissing. Love Moblin’s Mojito. GNOME Shell is moving really fast.
  • GNOME 1,2,3 talk was awesome!
  • More later!