Totem, BZFlag, Rhythmbox, GNOME Screensaver, and the User Switcher applet. Definitely check out the rest of the GNOME 2.14 screenshots at art.gnome.org, this release is on track to follow it’s predecessors in the ass-kicking department, and though Xgl will definitely rock for Ubuntu’s Dapper, the biggest improvement is the fact that every single GNOME application […]Read More Roxxoring
So an issue came up with FUSA and GDM 184.108.40.206 earlier this week, and I need some help testing the patch to fix this issue. It doesn’t matter what version of GDM you’re running, as long as you’ve got a GNOME 2.14 setup. I’ve tested this on GNOME 2.14 against both the GDM 2.8 in […]Read More Testers Wanted
New FUSA release today: 2.13.92 (aka GNOME 2.14 RC2), miraculously ready before the deadline (sheepish *g*). It’s mostly translation work, but there’s also a tiny memleak fix in there. Of course, the fixes for a couple bugs will have to be worked on some more due to some (pixel-level) UI changes that just wouldn’t play […]Read More FUSA 2.13.92
Ok, so I decided to quite literally worry myself sick this weekend. Obviously in poor form. Mmm, indeed, indeed. At any rate, I’m going to ride the “fever train” for as long as I can. For example, I can blame the fever for making me forget that today was tarball-day after work, causing the tarballs […]Read More Yeah!!! Wooooo!!
So I splurged on a new UPS Saturday, an APC Back-UPS RS 1500—hopefully it’ll work, it’s been charging so-far, and hopefully the controller software works under Ubuntu. I have an UPS already, but it’s underpowered for my system. So when the guy next door turns on his (fire-code violating) microwave, it fluxuates the power just […]Read More UPS, Progress, Ooops
New release of FUSA for the 2.13.3 GNOME release, complete with funky UI suggestions from Matthew Thomas, lots of i18n work, and fixed global *.png faces. Rock on, dear translators. UpdateRead More The Pusher