Sound Juicer Bazaar Mirror
If anyone out there fancies hacking on Sound Juicer (hint hint) to tackle the large number of feature requests in Bugzilla (hint hint), then its just become easier if you don't have a GNOME CVS committer account: Launchpad now mirrors the Sound Juicer module into a Bazaar (bzr-ng) repository. To grab it, simply do:
bzr branch http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~vcs-imports/sound-juicer/main my-sj
When that finishes, you'll have a branch of the SJ module called my-sj, which you can edit, commit, and otherwise hack on as you want, and you can either easily generate diffs for submitting into Bugzilla, or publish the branch online.
Devil's Pie "Simmer To A Sizzle Like The Days Of Old" 0.18
Devil's Pie (someones favourite window manipulation tool) 0.18 is out. Features galore in this release!
- Add window_property matcher (Nigel Tao)
- Add set_viewport action (James Willcox)
- Add opacity action (Pavel Palat)
- Add sticky action (Steve Leung)
- Add unmaximise action (Alex Menk)
- Add unminimise action (Richard Neill)
- Fix negative offsets in geometry action (Vincent Ho, Midred)
Downloads are in the usual place.
Contact Lookup Applet 0.15
Contact Lookup Applet 0.15 is finally released. Forgetting to release the fix to let it build with recent Evolution tells me quite nicely how many people actually use this: None. If there are any real users out there, please say so!
- Build with recent EDS (Ed Catmur)
Translators: Christophe Merlet (fr), David Lodge (en_GB), Francisco Javier F. Serrador (es), Gabor Kelemen (hu), Iñaki Larrañaga Murgoitio (eu), Jovan Naumovski (mk), Luis Matos (pt), Mahesh subedi (ne), Valek Filippov (ru).
You can grab it from the usual place. Debian packages heading towards Sid now.
It came to our attention at the Summit that people were not aware that OpenedHand had hired GNOME theme master, Thomas Wood. Well, we have, he started at the beginning of the month and has been rocking since.
Tomorrow I fly to Boston for the Summit and the embedded GNOME hackfest. Packing clothes took about five minutes: pants, socks, tees, jumpers. Packing the electronic toys was a bit more complicated...
- ThinkPad X60 plus charger
- Canon EOS plus charger
- Canon IXUS plus charger (for Vicky)
- Nokia 770 plus charger
- Zaurus SL-C1000 plus charger and wifi card
- USB card reader
- My Nokia phone charger
- Vicky's phone charger
Please can people start using the same chargers? I'm impressed that the Zaurus charger is actually a PSP charger, but I'm not happing having to take two Nokia chargers and two Canon chargers.
I've finally got around to making a 0.1 release of Postr, my Flickr uploading tool. It has a few nice features:
- Supports drag and drop, of both files and raw image data (upload straight from the GNOME screenshot tool without saving to a file)
- Set title, description and tags across a selection of multiple images
- Supports new-style Yahoo! accounts
- Displays the remaining upload quota for heavy/non-pro users
I'm making a 0.1 release now as I've been working on a new Flickr library using Python and Twisted for asynchronous operation, and want to get a 0.1 release out before I rewrite everything. You can follow the development in the Bazaar branch, or get the Postr 0.1 tarball.
Sound Juicer "Now Every Fool In Town" 2.16.1
- Fix profiles where the output frequency isn't 44.1Khz (thanks Tim-Philip Müller)
- Listen to the strip special characters preference and update the label (thanks Peter)
NP: Mad Season, Matchbox 20