Archive › February, 2006

Boo yah

Well, it seems my last blog entry was picked up on OSNews. I was under the impression that most people saw the similarities between the mock-ups and the videos, evidently not. I also posted to desktop-devel to clarify the position, and it seems the changes were not anywhere near as expansive as the full mock-ups. […]

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Help required. Apply within.

As many of you will be aware, the legendary David Watson has volunteered to package RaccoonShow for Debian. Anyway, I need your help again. I mailed Laurence Lessig about RaccoonShow, saying it could be a solution to his problem and he mailed me back, and is quite interested in it. Now, the man Lessig uses […]

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Groove brother

What a great weekend. After a nice lazy Friday night, I spent the early part of Saturday working on a few bits and pieces, and preparing for my presentation later this week. Then, later that day, Sooz and I drove to Nottingham for Aq’s 30th birthday bash. At a previous stag do I had been […]

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Raccoons and Schools

Wow, what a busy week this week has been. All kinds of things going on, and I have been preparing for my talk at the Southern California Linux Expo. My talk is going to be about building the next generation desktop. I am looking forward to doing it, and looking forward to getting over there […]

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Is the GPL all that free?

I have been meaning to blog about this for a few days, and the intention of this blog entry is to solicit some discussion from you ‘orrible lot. I would be interested to hear your thoughts, so scribe them down. In a previous blog entry some discussion arose about how the GPL regards the availability […]

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Second Life alpha client released

Got back in from the LUG meeting and popped on to check my mail. I saw that I had been subscribed to a list called Linux-alpha-users and was not entirely sure why. I then saw the following email: > Thank you all for participating in the Linux client alpha testing period =). We now have […]

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