Monthly Archives: July 2007

What Now?

Dear Lazy Web, would someone enlighten me on exactly what has changed this time in nautilus-cd-burner? Pretend I am an ISV, and we actually consume the public API in this platform component. It breaks for my application every six months … Continue reading

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Yay, Creationism!

I must visit this museum in the very near future. We then venture into the recreation of the Garden of Eden, where we get to meet the Beastmaster himself. Here, a creatively covered up Adam pets the friendly animals of … Continue reading

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Oh, the Gratuitousness

I have been spending most of my time in the last few weeks working on the new pieces of Banshee, namely the DBus support and the list view. The SourceManager and its sources are now fully exposed over DBus. Exposing … Continue reading

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Suboptimal Theming in GTK

I am a fan of custom widgets. I write a lot of them. Most are not over the top, or even noticeable, but are useful. In fact, most of my widgets I more often call “composite” widgets instead of “custom.” … Continue reading

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Rock on, Jono

I perhaps should disclose publicly now that the decision was made on November 1, 2006 to lift the proactive ban on Jono’s World of Metal, which was originally put in place during GUADEC 2006. We may have to re-evaluate the … Continue reading

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