Category : pgo

GNOME Marketing in Greece

Something that the Greek GNOME community has been missing was a good marketing effort to promote GNOME in Greece, both at local FLOSS conferences and online on the Twitters and Facebooks. Efstathios Iosifidis came in to fill this marketing void. He is currently an active member of the Greek OpenSUSE team and helps with GNOME.

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guadec, gsoc l10n-el, ellak-conf

guadec I am attending GUADEC this year, thanks to the sponsorship by the GNOME Foundation! I am organising the GNOME Localisation BoF, which takes place on Friday, 10th July, 2009, at 17:00. I am also having a session on the GNOME translator command line tool gnome-i18n-manage-vcs on the same day at 15:00. gsoc A few

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Generating multilingual PDF files out of GNOME documentation

Robert describes how to generate PDF files from GNOME documentation source files. We describe here how to manually generate PDF files from translated documentation. The relevant gnome-doc-utils files for documentation generation is at http://git.gnome.org/cgit/gnome-doc-utils/tree/tools. As far as I understand from reading the makefile, there is no support yet to build PDFs out of localised documentation.

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Git clones vs Shallow Git clones

When cloning a Git repository, there is an option to limit the amount of history your clone will have. If you set the parameter to –depth 1, you get the least amount of history, and you create a shallow clone. The git clone man page says that you cannot push your commits if you have

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Towards a GNOME CLI translation management tool

Update 7/June/2009: The repository was moved to https://github.com/simos/gnome-i18n-manage-vcs/. There was some confusion between this script and intltools, which now is a general localisation tool, not tied to GNOME. In Designing a command-line translation tool for GNOME, I described how a CLI translation management tool would be used to ease the work of a translator with

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Features for the killer VoIP app

I see two issues that plague FLOSS VoIP apps and do not allow their widest adoption. The first VoIP app that gets these, should get fame and glory. First, the majority of users are broadband users, with a router that protects the inside systems. It is not possible for an outsider to initiate a network

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GUADEC 2008 presentation slides

It appears that Google has not found yet the page of the GUADEC 2008 presentation slides. If you have slides, put them on http://live.gnome.org/GUADEC/2008/Slides, alphabetically by title. GUADEC slides.