Monthly Archives: October 2007

JHBuild and the Online Desktop

One of the things I’ve been working on over the last few weeks is creating a recommended JHBuild configuration for the online-desktop project. The idea here is to get all of us on the same page as to how they we developing and testing, and to have a straightforward and reliable way that we can […]

GNOME Summit, day 3

Day 3 started 10:00 with summaries. Rodrigo gave a detailed summary of the control center discussion the previous day, and we had quick reports from the other sessions of the previous day. The day was much like the other: people hacking and talking and a few sessions. I didn’t get to the *Kit sessions (PolicyKit, […]

GNOME Summit, day 2

I wanted to write a quick summary of yesterday … this isn’t going to be as detailed as my description of day 1, since I’m writing it while waiting for people to show up so we can start. On the other hand, with the beer summit last night, people might not be showing up too […]

GNOME Summit, day 1

Just got back home from day 1 of the GNOME Summit. So far, my overwhelming lesson is that if you put 50-odd GNOME hackers together in a couple rooms with power and network, they know exactly what they want to do. They want to a) hack and b) talk to each other. So, the bulk […]