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June 01, 2018
GSoC again :)

Last year, I worked on the project ‘Pitivi: Color correction interface using three chromatic wheels’ as part of my Google Summer of Code. This year again, I’m working on Pitivi under the GNOME organisation. Mathieu Duponchellle and Thibault Saunier are mentoring my...

May 31, 2018
The current state of the room directory

For now, when we are searching for rooms with the “Default Servers” option, we are requesting 10 rooms from the homeserver for each protocol (by “protocol”, I mean non-Matrix protocols that are bridged to the user’s home servers, like IRC, Gitter, Slack, etc…) that is bridged to the homeserver. This can be quite slow. For instance, we are fetching about...

May 30, 2018
I haven’t been blogging so much in the past months as I actually promised myself I would have but given the fact a lot has been done on the GNOME Infrastructure lately it’s time for me to announce all the updates we did since my latest blog post. So here we come with all the items we’ve been looking at recently: Our main LDAP istance was moved from a very ancient machine (which unfortunately...
May 30, 2018
It’s been more than a month now since I started looking into the many outstanding items we had waiting on our To Do list here at the GNOME Infrastructure. A lot has been done and a lot has yet to come during the next months, but I would like to share with you some of the things I managed to look at during these weeks. As you may understand many Sysadmin’s tasks are not perceived at all by users...
May 29, 2018

I’m planning to do a day trip to go scuba diving at GUADEC this year. If you’d like to join me, drop me an email or find me on IRC. There’s a few of us interested in going, so the more, the better! This is not an official GUADEC event. For the official schedule, see this page on the website.

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May 29, 2018

I am very happy to see that Benjamin Tissoires work to enable the Dell Canvas and Totem has started to land in the upstream kernel. This work is the result of a collaboration between ourselves at Red Hat and Dell to bring this exciting device to Linux users.

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May 28, 2018

In the last two weeks I have been working on the user account settings for Fractal. I can’t wait to get to the point where Fractal will work stand-alone without needing to use Riot for certain things, and getting complete account settings is a major step in that direction.

Let’s start with the status of Fractal before I started my task. The only thing Fractal did was loading the display...

May 28, 2018

Had the pleasure to attend the GStramer Spring Hackfest taking place in Lund Sweden May 6 – May 4, here follow some reflections.

There is likely no overstatement that multimedia development is probably one of the more complex areas of software development so to be present while  what must be some of the more competent in the domain hacking was quite an experience.

The atmosphere...

May 28, 2018
Tanu, CCo

We have this week had the pleasure to interview Tanu Kaskinen about his work as PulseAudio maintainer

Do you want to introduce yourself?

Hello, my name is Tanu Kaskinen and I’m a PulseAudio maintainer (and also involved in the OpenEmbedded project a little bit...

May 27, 2018

It’s been four months since I announced Epiphany Technology Preview — which I’ve been using as my main browser ever since — and five months since I announced the availability of a stable channel via...

May 27, 2018
I bought my old Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon (1st gen.) when I entered grad school for my Master's program, in 2012. And after six years, the Thinkpad still ran well, but it was getting old, so I figured it was time for a change. I went back and forth about what kind of system should replace my laptop. I don't travel that much, so I figured a desktop would be better. And I could get a bigger screen...
May 27, 2018

Before jumping right into the Five or More implementation plan and details, I would like to keep you updated with the progress made thus far.

I started working on some project-related tasks during the community bonding period, to cover up for the upcoming exam and research session and any other time frame in which I might not...

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