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19.10.2015 KWrite on Mac – Application Bundle
Hi, after one week of patching frameworks (and KWrite/Kate), the first success can be seen: a kind of working application bundle for KWrite. Still no icons, need to set icon theme + search paths right and bundle that, too, but need to investigate more how the icon lookup works. You can build the stuff on your own just following kate.git/mac.txt and calling once the macdeployqt tool afterwards on the /Applications/KDE/kwrite.app bundle (with -dmg to get the disk image file). For Kate, the macdeployqt still misses an additional switch to deploy own plugins in addition, will add that in the...
30.11.2015 Plasma Components on Android: Accelerating Subsurface Mobile Development
Marco has come over to the Netherlands to pay me a visit, and to hack a little bit together, in person. So with the weather clearly suggesting to stay inside, that’s what we did over the weekend, and how better to entertain yourself than to work on mobile software? Marco has been working for a while on components that follow Plasma’s human interface guidelines and make it easy to implement applications with a common navigation pattern and look and feel. Obviously, these components use a lot of Plasma under the hood, so they get excellent integration at a visual and at a technical l...
12.01.2016 QNX INTRODUCES HOLISTIC APPROACH TO MANAGING IN-CAR ACOUSTICS
"New platform offers unified management of all acoustics in the car, enabling customers to reduce the cost, complexity, and time-to-production of audio signal-processing systems. Las Vegas, International CES 2016, LVCC North Hall, Booth 325 - January 6 - QNX Software Systems Limited, a subsidiary of BlackBerry Limited, today announced the new QNXreg; Acoustics Management Platform AMP, a comprehensive solution that allows automakers to enhance the audio and acoustic experience for drivers and passengers, while reducing system costs and complexity.Modern vehicles contain multiple acoustic and au...
28.03.2016 Yokadi 1.0.2
Today I released 1.0.2 of Yokadi, the command-line todo list, it comes with a few fixes: Use a more portable way to get the terminal size. This makes it possible to use Yokadi inside Android terminal emulators like Termux Sometimes the task lock used to prevent editing the same task description from multiple Yokadi instances was not correctly released Deleting a keyword from the database caused a crash when a t_list returned tasks which previously contained this keyword Download it or install it with pip3 install yokadi.
17.05.2016 Embrace Open Source culture: the 5 common transformations.
Article originally published at Linedin on May 15th 2016. This is a story of what I have lived or witnessed a few times so far. A story of an organization that used to consume, develop and ship proprietary software for many years. At some point in time, management took the decision of using Open Source. Like in most cases, the decision was forced by its customers, providers, competitors... and by numbers.A painful but unavoidable transformation was required.1.- Open Source consumerEngineers had to learn a new system, adapt or re-write those features that used to made the organization unique, t...
24.03.2008 John Layt: Easter progress on printng
Well it's Easter, and rather than being somewhere warm or interesting (or both), I'm stuck here in cold and wet London. This is partly due to my own lack of organisation, but also due to some dodgy fraudster types who managed to clone my debit card and withdraw large sums of my cash from an ATM in Tunisia (I haven't even been there!). Ironic really, given the number of banking security projects I've worked on :-) Well the cash has been refunded, I've been waiting two weeks for the replacement card to arrive, and without easy access to cash I'm reluctant to board a plane or train to anywhere, ...
25.01.2016 New Year Calligra Words Sprint
When the streets are covered with snow and ice in many parts of Europe, it’s a good time to sit inside in front of our computers and to improve that software we are sharing here with each other. With the porting of the apps, plugins & libs part of Calligra to Qt5/KF5 roughly done towards the end of 2015, it is now also a good time to work on features again. Given a few Calligra developers interested in improving the text-handling modules, we looked into doing a developer meeting (a.k.a. “sprint”) on that quickly, and given January being a good candidate for snow and ice o...
25.03.2008 ports-mgmt/pkg_cutleaves - 20080320
Update to 20080320:
Implement a "visual" mode, where the user is given the complete list of leaf
packages inside his editor. He can then remove packages by removing the lines in
the file, save and exit. The now missing packages will then be removed.
Submitted by: Ulrich Spoerlein <email@example.com>
26.03.2008 Sune Vuorela (pusling): Slicehost– or why slicehost sucks.
I recently got a slice at slicehost (A so called virtual server) and moved my various services over there. Mail, web, this blog and so on. I have now tried to request a additional IP, as I need a couple of services running on port 443. Apparantly their silly automatic processes includes rebooting *my* virtual server and nuking my changes to files inside *my* virtual server. Any places having a virtual private server which are run by *clueful* people without stupid automated processes? I guess it is time to move before my next payment. Angry.
29.03.2008 Christian Wellbach: GSoC 2
This subject is complex. If you expect simple answers, go and find them somewhere else. As I have known before, I have been misunderstood in many ways with my last post. Therefore I would like to do a small analysis on my criticism and some additions to get the most important points clearer and finally I would like to ask why I have been misunderstood. Hopefully this will be enlightening. I am egoistic I have read that I am pessimistic and that not all is that bad. Google may profit and KDE profits from GSoC, too. My criticism is one-sided. My criticism is not constructive either and why am I...