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
Sketch website design (November 6, 2004, 0) - http://guir.berkeley.edu/projects/denim/
“Informal tool for early stage web site and UI design”
Might be _really_ fun on a Tablet PC…
E-mail indexing (December 21, 2004, 0) - I’m now using swish++ to index and search my mail. It’s really handy,
particularly with the patched nnir.el and
doc/examples/email_indexing/Email-Indexing-Mini-Howto.txt . I’ve set
it up to index my misc mail and my planner mail, as those are the
things I search rather often. Should set it up to incrementally index
things before I go to sleep.
PHP photo galleries (December 3, 2004, 0) - I’m looking for a file- or MySQL-backed PHP photo gallery that allows
you to tag photos for later searching (maybe like del.icio.us?), as
I’ll be tagging pictures with topic as well as photographer. Most
image galleries seem to be strictly hierarchical (if not flat).
I’d like it to automatically create thumbnails, too. I hope
http://www.ipowerweb.com has gd or imagemagick. If
OpenACS (November 20, 2004, 0) -
Work with programmers around the world on OpenACS projects. OpenACS is an
open source databased-backed website development tool kit. Projects are
primarily for US based nonprofits and educational institutions. Work from
home with a team based in Philippines, US and else where in the world.
Relevant experience includes:
Linux, emacs, PostgreSQL, SQL, Oracle. Tcl, web development, graphic design