Archivi categoria: development

GSOC 2012 – Revamp of the Activity Journal – Final report

The GSoC 2012 program is drawing to a close. Today is the firm pencils down date and we have to submit evaluations to Google. First, let me say that it has been an incredible learning experience and I’m very happy … Continua a leggere

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Designing the Journal … and sure: Prototyping it!

This is my second update on my Summer of Code project. In these weeks, I’ve been pretty busy because of Univ. exams, but I’ve hacked as much as possible. Before I’ll demonstrate my prototyping progress, let’s first consider some picks … Continua a leggere

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Say Bye-Bye to Activity Journal! And please welcome the Journal!

Hello everybody! Great news: I’m very proud that this year I’ve been chosen by GNOME to be one of their 29 GSOC students. My work will focus around the application formerly known as Activity Journal. Citing my proposal: The proposed project is about combining support for overviewing and re-finding past, current and … Continua a leggere

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Emesene2 gets MeMenu support.

Some times ago I wrote a patch for the Ubuntu MeMenu adding the support for Emesene chat client. Emesene it’s the first open-source project I’ve worked on and I’m glad to announce that my patch has been accepted and will … Continua a leggere

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GAJ getting some love

Finally i’ve found some time for hacking on GAJ. While preparing my thesis ( on IMS, SOA and services  compositions — maybe i’ll write a post about these awesome “technologies”– ) i’ve worked on some mockups that the great Dave Richards … Continua a leggere

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Hurray! I’ve landed on Planet GNOME!

I’m so glad my blog has landed in such an awesome blogging platform that Planet Gnome is. It’s awesome having the opportunity to  communicate with the large and enthusiastic audience that the GNOME community is: this is my “Hello World” … Continua a leggere

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Gnome Activity Journal 0.6.0 released!

On behalf of the Gnome Zeitgeist team I am proud to announce the release of Gnome Activity Journal 0.6.0 “Pink Unicorns don’t exist”. 2011-1-23: GNOME Activity Journal 0.6.0 “Pink Unicorns don’t exist” ————————————————————————————— * General New features – Added drag … Continua a leggere

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Zeitgeist gains the XChat Dataprovider

During these last days I’ve implemented the dataprovider for the famous multiplatform irc client XChat. If you don’t know what a dataprovider is, please check these links: https://devcando.wordpress.com/2010/11/23/me-and-zeitgeist/ http://zeitgeist-project.com/download In simple word: Dataproviders are small plugins for applications whose work … Continua a leggere

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GAJ towards a new view

Great news dudes! Some days ago “big Seif Lotfy” asked me to write a new view for GAJ. In his imagination this view should help the user to see when and how much he has worked on a particular item/file/anything … Continua a leggere

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GAJ gets an App Indicator

Nowadays almost every applications has an app indicator. Why GAJ shouldn’t have it? Well, i’ve answered to that question  and today i’ve pushed to trunk this new feature hoping to do a good thing for all GAJ/Zeitgeist users. Obviously it’s … Continua a leggere

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