Archive for the ‘Tech’ Category
Woohoo ! After a long delays and issues (in the last few days) I’ve managed to install openSUSE 11.1 in my PS3. Running a full blown desktop is very sluggish. Reminds me of my first computer (amdk6 500mhz). Some screenies :
Now onto get the Cell SDK running … Synergetic Processing Elements (SPE) here i come !
I’ve written (incomplete) simple plugin for Evolution which provides a combo box + menu for switching folders. Now you can hide the sidebar. This really helps in freeing up some space in your screen and can have good vertical view layout. This would help computers with smaller screen size.
To try out this plugin / For more information : http://www.johnnyjacob.org/makespace.html .
One other feature that I would like to have is simple folder bookmarks. Bookmarked folders would appear in the top of the menu (You don’t have to navigate all the way down in the menus)
Let me know what you think and if you would like to have any features put it down in the comments.
Comments like http://blogs.gnome.org/sragavan/2009/03/18/announcing-anjal-the-new-mail-for-netbooks/#comments makes me do more at times like this
GDB : Compiling from Project Archer, you get to have python scripting inside gdb. This opens up numerous possibilities and nice tricks that helps you to debug faster. http://tromey.com/blog/?cat=17 has few example + demo scripts. Falling in love with these ..
We have started the tarball releases for evolution-mapi. It’ll be in sync with GNOME release schedule. evolution-mapi-0.25.3 is available for download .
Thanks to Suman , openSUSE repositories  are back online.
Matthew has repositories for Fedora