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Oct 07 2008

Προβληματικές συμπεριφορές γύρω από το hellug

(σχετική δημοσίευση) Δε λαμβάνω τακτικά φαν μέηλ, ωστόσο όταν λαμβάνω, τα διαβάζω με προσοχή. (Κάντε κλικ στο σύνδεσμο παρακάτω για περισσότερα) Ενημέρωση 18 Οκτ 2008: Θα ήθελα εδώ να κάνω μια περίληψη όσων έχουν ειπωθεί. Η αντίδρασή μου είναι στο ύφος ατόμων που είναι γύρω από το Hellug, όταν συζητούν σε λίστες όπως public@hellug.gr. Μπορείτε …

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Jun 26 2008

What to see in OpenOffice.org 3.1 Writer;

At the User Experience mailing list at OpenOffice.org there is a thread to discuss & plan what new things should make it to OpenOffice.org 3.1. Here is the first email, From: Christian Jansen Date: Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 8:35 AM Hi, OpenOffice.org 3.1 planning will start soon, thus I’d like to collect some ideas …

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Feb 18 2008

Create flash videos of your desktop with recordmydesktop

John Varouhakis is the author of recordmydesktop and gtk-recordmydesktop (front-end) which is a tool to help you record a session on your Linux desktop and save it to a Flash video (.flv). To install, click on System/Administration/Synaptic Package Manager, and search for gtk-recordmydesktop. Install it. Then, the application is available from Applications/Sound&Video/gtkRecordMyDesktop. Before you are …

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Dec 11 2007

ert-archives.gr: “Linux/Unix operating systems are not supported”

ERT (Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation) is the national radio/television organisation of Greece. ERT recently made available online part of its audio and video archive, at the website http://www.ert-archives.gr/ When browsing the website from Linux, you were blocked with a message that Linux/Unix operating systems are not supported. This message was appearing due to User-Agent filtering. Even …

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Jul 23 2007

Important MO file optimisation for en_* locales, and partly others

During GUADEC, Tomas Frydrych gave a talk on exmap-console, a cut-down version of exmap that can work well on mobile devices. During the presentation, Tomas showed how to use the tool to find the culprits in memory (ab)use on the GNOME desktop. One issue that came up was that the MO files taking up space …

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Nov 29 2006

Improving DejaVu Serif for Greek

Vangelis Karageorgos  sent an e-mail to the DejaVu Fonts mailing list regarding his work on the Greek glyphs for the DejaVu Serif face. The original Greek glyphs from DejaVu Serif 2.12 look like The edition of DejaVu Serif (Greek) by Vangelis  Karageorgos look like Ben Laenen from the DejaVu project, an  gave the following comments/advice …

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Mar 11 2006

“Proposal for additional QA and localisation time on Dapper”

Mark Shuttleworth sent an e-mail titled Proposal for additional QA and localisation time on Dapper to request a six-week delay for the release of the next version of Ubuntu Linux. meeting on Tuesday 14th March – once at 09:00 UTC (for the Aussies and Asian communities) and then again at 18:00 UTC (for Europe and …

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Feb 14 2006

Greek layout code in Xorg

The current X.org source uses gr instead of el for the Greek layout. The change took place 19 months ago, according to http://cvs.freedesktop.org/xlibs/xkbdesc/symbols/gr?view=log in an attempt to introduce consistency in the layout names. There is currently a discussion at Simoshttp://simos.info

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