Tag: Linux

  • F-Spot and its new home

    As some of you might have noticed I’ve created a repo on GitHub for F-Spot under the mono umbrella – F-Spot on GitHub! I have left the repository on git.gnome.org/f-spot and will try to sync up changes in master regularly. I’d like to thank the awesome GNOME project for hosting F-Spot and want to be clear that I […]

  • GNOME & Mono Festival of Love 2012

    I get to hang out with several awesome developers this week in Boston to work on f-spot and other GNOME and Mono related projects.  It will be great to meet many in person and help improve these awesome apps.  GNOME & Mono Festival of Love 2012 Also, a huge thanks to the GNOME Foundation for […]

  • openSUSE 11.4 Release Party

    We are planning a community release party this coming Thursday, March 17, 2011 to celebrate the 11.4 release.  We are planning on having some media and usb thumb drives for anyone that would like to install 11.4. This time we are changing the location a little.  We are still having the party on Novell’s Provo […]

  • FireBreath 1.2 released

    This is an open source project that one of my friends at school started.  Here is a quick description of the project. FireBreath aims to be a cross-platform plugin architecture, targeting: NPAPI browsers on windows, mac, and linux: Gecko/Firefox Google Chrome Apple Safari ActiveX Control hosts: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6, 7, and 8 FireBreath is […]

  • Mono Accessibility 2.1 Released

    We just released our first 2.x series update this week.  This release brings a 127 bug fixes. Over the last several months a fair amount of attention has been paid to improving at-spi2 as well.  For those that don’t know what at-spi2 is its the next generation of Assistive Technology Service Provider Interface.  The new […]

  • openSUSE 11.2 release party

    Just a quick post letting everyone know that there is a release party here in Provo, Utah. The Open Source Technology Center, building A on the Novell campus, has been good enough to host us again.  It will be this Thursday, November 12 from 6 to 9. I do not have the replicated DVDs, but […]

  • Clear Center launched

    Clear Center is the resulting company/group/foundation from a company that I used to work for.  Its a full complete small business solution that gives and empowers small business with the big boy tools without the big boy costs (ClearOS features overview).  For those that have heard of clarkconnect, this is the next chapter for them. […]

  • SUSE Studio Launch!

    Its not every day something this cool is announced and released: SUSE Studio is finally ready to go live.  For those of you that don’t know what SUSE Studio is, it is a web based appliance builder.  It allows you to take either Novell’s SLE11 (Enterprise Server or Desktop) or openSUSE 11.1 as your base […]

  • The new Mono UIA Status page

    We just added a new site to our server.  Our new site is very similar to the Mono team’s status pages.  In fact its running the same software!  The link you ask? Well, here it is the Mono UIA team’s status pages.  This allows you to see the Mono UIA team’s progress with respect to […]

  • openFATE: Now with more open

    It was just announced that openFATE, openSUSE’s feature tracking system, will now be open to non openSUSE members.  What this means anyone can submit new feature requests.  For more info: openFATE – Adding New Features Now Open for Everybody.