We are happy to announce that the schedule for this years GStreamer Conference in San Diego, USA is available. You can find out more about the conference and schedule on the GStreamer Conference page. This year in addition to a lot of interesting talks about GStreamer we have talks about ALSA, V4L, OpenGL and the Opus Video codec.
GNOME.Asia 2013 is calling for papers. GNOME.Asia Summit is Asia’s GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia. The conference will be held in NIPA Business Center, Sangam-dong Seoul, Korea on May 24 -25, 2013. The conference follows the release of GNOME 3.8, helping to bring new desktop paradigms that facilitate user interaction in the computing world. It will be a great place to celebrate and explore the many new features and enhancements to the ground breaking GNOME 3 release and to help make GNOME as successful as possible.
Call for Papers
- Submission: March 8th, 2013
- Notification of Acceptance: March 15th, 2013
- Conference Date: May 24th - 25th , 2013
- Venue: Nuritkum Square - Business tower(3F, 4F), Sangam-dong 1605, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Korea
Possible topics include, but are not limited to
- How to Promote/Contribute to GNOME in Asia
- GNOME Marketing
- Promotion of Free and Open Source Software
- How to run a Local GNOME User Group
- Asia Success Stories/Local GNOME Projects
- GNOME and Education
- GNOME Outreach Program for Women
- Google Summer of Code
- Hacking GNOME
- Lastest Development in GNOME
- GNOME 3 & GNOME 3 Usability
- GNOME Human Interface Engineering (Icons and Graphic Design)
- Bugsquadding in GNOME
- GNOME Accessibility
- GNOME 3 Coding How-to
- Adapting GNOME to New Types of Devices
- Develop GNOME on mobile device, like smart phone, tablet PC
- Develop GNOME on embedded system or open source hardware
- On-going Projects, Success Stories
- Find FOSS Friendly Hardware Manufacturers
- Localization & Internationalization
- Input Methods
- Other topics
Any topics related to free and open source which are not listed above is still welcome.
A five-minutes presentation to demonstrate your work or promote an interesting topic. Reservation and on-site application are both accepted.
A standard session at GNOME.Asia 2013 will be scheduled as 45 mins (35 mins talk + 10 mins Q&A). Please take into consideration any time you will need for preparation. The session could be a technical talk, panel discussion, or BOF.
If you’d like to share your knowledge and experience at GNOME.Asia 2013, please fill in the form at http://2013.gnome.asia/cfp before March 8th, 2013. Please provide a short abstract about your proposal (under 150 words). Include your name, biographical information, a photo suitable for the web, a title, and a description of your presentation . The reviewing team will evaluate the entries based on the submitted abstracts and available time in the schedule. You will be contacted before March 15th, 2013 on whether your submission has been accepted or not.
All interested contributors are highly encouraged to send in their talks. Please help us to spread the invitation to other potential participants. Even you do not plan to be a speaker, please consider joining GNOME.Asia 2013. This is going to be a great event!
Overview of changes in Glib::Object::Introspection 0.015: Add support for array arguments to Perl callbacks; Allow Perl code to return Glib::Error objects; Register error domains; Support conversion to raw structs from unregistered libraries. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Glib-Object-Introspection/tag/?id=rel-0-01-5 or download the source release at http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Glib-Object-Introspection-0.015.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Glib 1.291 (unstable): Ensure timely destruction of initial wrapper of custom subclasses; Start changing module version numbers in all Glib Perl modules (Bugzilla #690464). View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Glib/tag/?id=rel-1-29-1 or download the source release at http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Glib-1.291.tar.gz
Hi, the first beta release of development cycle heading to GNOME 3.8 is finally available. Sorry for the delay, some technical and personal problems make the release to take more time than expected. With this release we are officially now in "The Freeze" : - UI Freeze: No UI changes may be made without approval from the release-team and notification to gnome-doc-list< at >gnome.org; - Feature Freeze: new functionality is implemented now; API/ABI Freeze for 3.7.x: Developer APIs should be frozen at this point; - String Change Announcement Period: All string changes must be announced to both gnome-i18n< at >gnome.org and gnome-doc-list< at >gnome.org. More details about changes and news for this beta are available here: core: http://download.gnome.org/core/3.7/3.7.90/NEWS apps: http://download.gnome.org/apps/3.7/3.7.90/NEWS The GNOME 3.7.90 release itself is available here: core sources: http://download.gnome.org/core/3.7/3.7.90/ apps sources: http://download.gnome.org/apps/3.7/3.7.90/ JHBuild modulesets to compile GNOME 3.7.90 by hand are available here http://download.gnome.org/teams/releng/3.7.90/ Check the Smoketesting document  for instructions about how to compile and test GNOME with these modulesets. WARNING! WARNING! WARNING! -------------------------- This release is a snapshot of development code. Although it is buildable and usable, it is primarily intended for testing and hacking purposes. GNOME uses odd minor version numbers to indicate development status. For more information about 3.8, the full schedule, the official module lists and the proposed module lists, please see our colourful 3.8 page: http://www.gnome.org/start/unstable For a quick overview of the GNOME schedule, please see: http://live.gnome.org/Schedule  https://live.gnome.org/ReleasePlanning/Freezes  https://live.gnome.org/Smoketesting -- Javier Jardón Cabezas GNOME Release Team
Dear all: GNOME.Asia 2013 is calling for papers. GNOME.Asia Summit is Asia’s GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia. The conference will be held in NIPA Business Center, Sangam-dong Seoul, Korea on May 24 -25, 2013. The conference follows the release of GNOME 3.8, helping to bring new desktop paradigms that facilitate user interaction in the computing world. It will be a great place to celebrate and explore the many new features and enhancements to the groundbreaking GNOME 3 release and to help make GNOME as successful as possible. Learn more: http://sakananote2english.blogspot.tw/2013/02/gnomeasia-2013-is-now-calling-for-papers.html * * https://live.gnome.org/GnomeAsia/2013Summit _______________________________________________ foundation-announce mailing list foundation-announce< at >gnome.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/foundation-announce
Overview of changes in Pango 1.224: Ignore MYMETA.*; Hush a few compiler warnings; Add gitweb link to old ChangeLog; Created %meta_merge which follows v2 of CPAN Meta Spec. View the git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Pango/tag/?id=rel-1-22-4 or download source at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Pango-1.224.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Gtk2 1.247: Require Glib 1.280 for the fixes to custom signal marshalling; Fix a test failure in t/GtkRecentChooser.t; Created %meta_merge which follows v2 of CPAN Meta Spec. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Gtk2/tag/?id=rel-1-24-7 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Gtk2-1.247.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Glib::Object::Introspection 0.014: Implement generic signal marshalling; Implement a generic constructor for boxed types and install it as Glib::Boxed::new; Generate error messages when functions are passed an incorrect number of parameters; Avoid using vfunc names that coincide with special Perl subs; Rework the way fallback vfuncs are installed; Correctly marshal out/in-out args when invoking Perl code and fix some other related bugs; Allow enums and flags to have class functions; Add API to manually convert between SVs and enums; Plug a few memory leaks. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Glib-Object-Introspection/tag/?id=rel-0-01-4 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Glib-Object-Introspection-0.014.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Glib 1.290 (unstable): Make Glib::Object subclassing more robust; Correctly handle utf8-encoded strings in GPerlArgv. IMPORTANT: This unstable release branch of Glib has been created to test changes in Glib::Object::* with changes to hash randomization that were introduced in Perl 5.17.6. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Glib/tag/?id=rel-1-29-0 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Glib-1.290.tar.gz
Overview of Changes in 1.14: Skip tests for pkg-config binary with the '--max-version' switch on
OpenBSD 5.2; Updated Makefile.PL to use a META_MERGE block with WriteMakefile(). View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-ExtUtils-PkgConfig/tag/?id=rel-1-14 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/ExtUtils-PkgConfig-1.14.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Gtk2 1.246: Improve the failure diagnostics of some tests. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Gtk2/tag/?id=rel-1-24-6 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Gtk2-1.246.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Glib::Object::Introspection 0.013: SV -> object: do some type checking; Fix building with perl <= 5.14; Convert invalid or void GTypes to undef. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Glib-Object-Introspection/tag/?id=rel-0-01-3 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Glib-Object-Introspection-0.013.tar.gz
Overview of changes in Cairo 1.102: Fix building with perl <= 5.14; Prevent crashes on exit with Cairo::Path on perl 5.6. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Cairo/tag/?id=rel-1-10-2 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Cairo-1.102.tar.gz
Everything went fine, please let me know if you notice anything strange either for /home/users directories and for /ftp on master.gnome.org. cheers, 2013/2/14 Andrea Veri <av-rDKQcyrBJuzYtjvyW6yDsg< at >public.gmane.org>
Recently Carlos added FTS4 and snippet support to Tracker. We merged that to master after doing some tests and have reduced the database size on disk by doing this. I released 0.15.2 yesterday with the FTS4 work, and today I decided to add a richer experience to tracker-search.
Below you can see me searching for passport and sue found in some of the documents indexed on my machine. The colour there is quite nice to separate hits and snippets/contexts where the terms were found. This search without any arguments really will search ALL resources in the database:
This second screenshot shows searching for love with all music in particular. So you can use this for all areas of tracker-search:
With any luck, we will be releasing a 0.16.0 in time for the next GNOME release with this all available in!
Hi, I've finally finished to move all the files from our old main NFS node to the new one. The switch will happen tomorrow, the services involved: - /home/users - /ftp - /mailman (mail archives) The services involved will be shutdown to prevent any data loss during the move, I'll make sure to run an extra rsync before switching to the new machine. Have an awesome day!
The move was successfull. Thanks for your patience. Bugzilla is back again but its DB is running on another host now. Have an awesome day, 2013/2/12 Andrea Veri <av-rDKQcyrBJuzYtjvyW6yDsg< at >public.gmane.org>
[ Regarding the new mail.gnome.org ] On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 04:10:52PM +0100, Andrea Veri wrote: That was a Perl script which failed because of a missing module. It didn't print any error message. Instead it just used 100% and that took Andrea+Owen a long time to figure out (script has not changed since 2002 or so :). I've rewritten the script in Python. It is not live yet, but over the coming days I'll be testing it. This script handles the URLs below: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/$LISTNAME/ (so not https://mail.gnome.org/archives/, just every link beneath it) In the new script I changed the layout. You can see it at: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/gnome-bugsquad/ though it'll be overwritten as soon as a new email is sent to that mailing list. If you notice errors please file a bug at: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=sysadmin If you want to see the old+new script: http://git.gnome.org/browse/mhonarc/tree/ (archive.pl and archive.py) UTF-8 archive problem: Note: there is another problem in where the archives are not in UTF-8. That is due to upstart (RHEL6) not starting Postfix with LANG=en_US.UTF-8. Proper way to configure that is welcome. Note that postfix is just a sysvinit service in RHEL6, so the job configuration does not apply AFAIK. See https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=693433 if you have ideas.