It all started during our last FLISoL when Ricardo Chung commented, while looking at the calendars we sell with pictures from Wiki Loves Monuments Panamá 2012, that we were missing a desktop integration. In case you didn’t know, I’m head of the technical team behind WLMPA, which is a team comprised of… well, me, and [...]
Posted: May 20th, 2013
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First, my flame disclaimer: This is not a constructive post, it is just me letting off some steam accumulated while figuring out how to configure a Bluetooth microphone to record my voice in Gentoo Linux. You won’t find a HOWTO here (I will probably post one soon), just some ranting going over a topic a [...]
I my recent endeavor to shut down all warnings in Kig, I found myself in the need to compile the code in GCC 4.7, GCC 4.8 and Clang. It took me a couple of searches to find out exactly what I wanted and, although it is very easy to set up, it is probably not [...]
A couple of months ago Floss-Pa was invited to an event at Colon. I attended the event with fellow members Monica Mora and Alejandro Perez. The event was amazing (I should have blogged about it but was very short on time those days) and I actually had my slides ready before arriving (whoever knows me [...]
I try to follow Planet KDE as close as my buggy mobile RSS reader allows me to, and I frequently see posts start with phrases like I haven’t been able to dedicate much time to KDE lately because I’ve been busy with real life which is a very misleading phrase, for a number of reasons: [...]
Ever since I first wrote about KDevelop I’ve been using and contributing to this great IDE. While contributing, I have been focusing on making KDE Development as simple and integrated as possible, patching and improving the ReviewBoard plugin, the KDE provider for project imports, and other things here and there. But I had never really [...]
This is one of those things I have always wanted to say in a mailing list but it is not the appropriate place to do it because, you know, feelings and all of that intangible stuff. Fortunately, my blog is my own private place where I can actually rant about everything and be mean, so [...]
Posted: June 11th, 2012
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This is a guest post about Sozi, with a sample presentation made by my best friend Katherine Matthews. This should get you going with this amazing plugin for Inkscape.
Quick notes about developing plugins for ProjectPier 0.8.8. I expect to be able to merge these notes into the official documentation, but in the meantime, I’ll put these in my blog.