After the intrusion to the GNOME servers the Software Map has been down, but now we have gnomefiles.org, a resource for users and developers to post and find software related with GNOME.
The site is cool, it would be nice if it had a GNOME style header, like developer.gnome.org, gnomesupport.org, planet.gnome.org, or even my own website.
I’ve just submitted the GNOME CPUFreq Applet 😛
And between exam and exam I’ve found some time to do a release of GNOME CPUFreq Applet.
Rodrigo has approved my patch to GNOME Nettool.
William has done a commit before I applied the patch and I’ve had to solve many conflicts, mainly in the glade file.
|IPv4 Look and Feel
||IPv6 Look and Feel
I want to see GNOME Nettool in GNOME 2.8!
Yesterday I was in the music school seeing a musical show where alber sang. It was pretty funny, although alber only sang once.
|Alber in live
I’m glad to see alber doing what he really likes.
Today, I’ve imported the GNOME CPUFreq Applet to the GNOME CVS. If you want to get it, all you have to do is write:
$ export CVSROOT=:pserver:email@example.com:/cvs/gnome $ cvs login [when prompted for password press enter] $ cvs -z3 co gnome-cpufreq-applet