Tag Archives: openSUSE

GNOME Summit Wrap Up: openSUSE perspective

Owen Taylor of gtk (and these days mugshot) fame wrote up a nice summary of the GNOME summit for days 1, 2, 3 A few things I want to highlight from an openSUSE perspective: 1) Pulseaudio Takashi has had it … Continue reading

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Distributed Version Control

Jon on our OO team wrote a nice article about the usefulness of git workflows (although it would apply equally to any distributed version control system). N.B. there is an openSUSE GNOME meeting this Thursday at noon EDT, Please add … Continue reading

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openSUSE 10.3 and GNOME 2.20

Francis G. aka apokryphos wrote a nice article on GNOME 2.20 and openSUSE 10.3 which will be out in just a couple of weeks. With 2.20 and the 10 year anniversary of gnome, for nostalgia’s sake I went and dug … Continue reading

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Plumbing the Pipe

Christian, a leak is certainly possible depending on the version and distro you are running. openSUSE 10.2 had a leak that you need to run the updater for. At one point a big problem was also hal libraries leaking (and … Continue reading

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GNOME Updates in the openSUSE Build Service

Maw and mauro have 2.19 rolling into Factory for openSUSE 10.3. SInce that is happening, Stanislav has moved 2.18.x to the GNOME:STABLE channel of the build service. It should appear there in the next day or two.

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GNOME 2.18.1 and openSUSE

In keeping with our push to do more in openSUSE, maw has committed all of GNOME 2.18.1 to factory. Its started to show up now in the channels and the rest should appear over the next couple of days. Jump … Continue reading

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OpenSuSE and GNOME

The team at Novell responsible for GNOME have been quiet in openSUSE for sometime, even though we already have several great external contributors like James Ogley and Andreas Hanke and we’ve pushed in significant general technologies like Compiz/Xgl, NetworkManager and … Continue reading

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