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Fantastic news — Mono 2.6 and MonoDevelop 2.2 are out! Be sure to read the detailed Mono 2.6 release notes. If you are running openSUSE 11.2, it’s quite simple to safely update your entire Mono stack and stay up to … Continue reading
At the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit last week I demoed my new work-in-progress Netbook-focused interface to Banshee called Cubano. Cubano is designed with the Netbook in mind, but is certainly not limited to such a device. I prefer this clean … Continue reading
I could not believe my eyes as I covertly snapped this photo, just a block from the Fataga Hotel.
Banshee 1.3.2 on Mac OS X 10.5 A huge amount of thanks goes to Eoin Hennessy for all of his efforts to bring Banshee to the Mac. Eoin singlehandedly fixed cross platform bugs in our core, worked out some kinks … Continue reading
While Scott is working on all sorts of awesome, Gabriel and I are hard at work in mostly bug-fix mode to prepare for Banshee 1.4, to be released on November 10th. Tomorrow we will release Banshee 1.3.2, the third release … Continue reading
Jason Smith, who has been driving GNOME Do forward these past few months broke his laptop and is in need of a new one. If you can send a few bucks for the cause please follow the link to the … Continue reading
Earlier I thought I’d be clever and use the pretty GNOME System Monitor to, I don’t know, monitor some CPU usage. I should have known better. Hopefully this can be addressed…. Until then, I’m going back to top.
It is my immense pleasure to formally announce the release of Banshee 1.0. After nearly eight months of vigorous, non-stop work (since the last major Banshee release), it’s here – and we couldn’t be happier! I’m not going to highlight … Continue reading