I am no longer using GNOME but Xfce and this has nothing to do with GNOME Shell. I already switched a long time ago. But as the (co-)maintainer of several terminals in Fedora, I wondered how to enable users to easily switch their default terminal emulator in GNOME 3. In the past users could just […]
… for the Beefy Miracle! NOW!
Last weekend I attended the Chemnitzer Linux-Tage 2011, one of the biggest community events here in Germany. The reason I didn’t blog about it earlier is simple: I didn’t know what to write except: It was like every year. This doesn’t mean that the event was bad, by far not. It was just as […]
Finally – and right in time for CLT – the Fedora 14 Media for EMEA have arrived! I was shocked 😯 when the guy opened his truck and revealed an euro 6 pallet. I didn’t expect 3000 media to be so much! Last time I got 1600, but they were in 4 parcels of 4 […]
The spin-kickstarts repository is no self-service where you can just check in any random kickstart. If you want your kickstart file to be included in spin-kickstarts, please follow the spins process. Kind regards, your Spin Wrangler
From Fedora’s GNOME 3 feature page: Where has the appearance capplet gone? GNOME 3 is deemphasizing user customization, or ‚theming‘ in favour of a ‚just works‘ and ’slick out of the box‘ approach. Therefore, theme changes are no longer exposed in the core configuration UI, except for accessibility themes such as ‚High Contrast‘ or ‚Inverse‘, […]
I have updated my Xfce 4.8 repository at and it is fairly complete. Some packages however are now obsolete: thunar-shares-plugin: dead upstream, would needed to be ported from thunar-vfs to gvfs. xfce4-remmina-plugin: remmina now has a generic trayicon, however the new version is only available in F15 or my remmina backports repo. xfce4-stopwatch-plugin: dead upstream, […]
Day 2 of FUDCon was just as busy as day 1. First we continued with the talks and in the afternoon there were some lightning talks, before we actually started hacking.
It’s already the second day of FUDCon and I am writing about yesterday. I was just too busy to blog.
Me and Jörg just arrived at Phoenix. It’s still some hours until we can check in at the Four Points Sheraton, so right now we are sitting in the lobby of the Courtyard Tempe Downtown, the primary FUDCon hotel. There are quite a few Fedora people here already and it’s nice to see some good friends again and I am excited to meet more people that I only know by IRC or mail or SCM commits.