Looking for GNOME geekettes! (June 14, 2006, 0) - Chris Ball wrote:
If you might have any contacts to help get the word out about a project
we’ve just launched over at GNOME — we’re going to sponsor three female
students to hack on GNOME for two months.
Lots more details at:
It’d be awesome if you could pass this on to anyone who might be
interested — we have
Deskbar applet – GNOME coolness! (April 15, 2006, 0) - If you’re on the GNOME windowing environment, check out nafai77′s blog entry about Deskbar. Totally cool. It’s almost like Quicksilver for non-Macs.
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Debian pre-installed laptops (September 15, 2003, 0) -
Doh! Debian.org already has a page that lists vendors that will
pre-install Debian here:
Finite-state automata in LaTeX (March 24, 2003, 0) - In a really old post on email@example.com“>firstname.lastname@example.org (Jan 27 2003),
Mark Zimmerman suggests the use of metapost to generate pretty finite
state automata in LaTeX. Peter Jenke suggests xypic, which Nori
Debian’s still alive! (February 27, 2006, 0) - What do you know… Debian’s still accepting applications after all! =)
I just got e-mail from the Debian Account Manager, months and months
after I finished all the Debian Developer requirements. I’m not
knocking Debian. It’s a volunteer thing, and I know what it’s like to
run out of time/brainspace… Anyway, I’ve since then passed my main
package to a