I just found this pre-feb11 gPodder/QML on a N900 on 2011-02-04 video and someone on TMO recently asked me about the status of gPodder for the N900, so I thought I’d try the current version of gPodder on the N900.
At the recent GNU Hackers Meeting , I gave a talk about Woodchuck . (I’ll publish another post when the video is made available.) The talk resulted in a lot of great feedback including a question from Arne Babenhauserheide whether Woodchuck could be used to automatically synchronize git or mercurial repositories.
At the recent GNU Hackers Meeting , I gave a talk about Woodchuck .
As part of some Woodchuck -related work, I’ve done a fair amount of Python programming on Maemo. Python, being an interpreted language, runs the source code; there is no need to compile it to some binary representation as is the case with C
A couple of weeks ago, I was chatting with Michael Banck about DebConf. He told me that one of the sponsors provided everyone a SIM card with 5 units of credit, and that the first time he established a data connection was also his last: he got bit by Maemo’s automatic repository update misfeature ; because, he had gone more than 24 hours without checking for software updates, Maemo checked even though he was using a cellular data connection and only had a few megabytes worth of data transfer credit. A simple workaround for this bug is to disable updates .
Ed Page recently blogged about his idea to improve the Swipe UI.
/ 0 votes – 0 downloads Updated 2011-08-12 15:00 UTC – Stable Quality Free & Open Source license Common UNIX Printing System(tm) – client programs (SysV) The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS(tm)) is a printing system and general replacement for lpd and the like. It supports the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), and has its own filtering driver model for handling various document types