Another one of those very very short posts. If you have moblin installed on your netbook, and want to develop rpms on it, you can type in this command: sudo [ … ]
Another short post. I added some forums to my blog. Nothing much – if you have any questions, suggestions, or just want to talk away, feel free to do so.
Well, it’s a short post. Since I was around the area and was more or less free during the time, I attended a short meeting with a local Linux Users [ … ]
The OS which powers my E51 and E61i phone is now open sourced. From the Symbian.org wiki site, the whole system platform is ready for download and development. Amounting to [ … ]
An interesting development happened during the release of the 2.6.33 linux kernel and generated some heated discussions on the lwn comments section. The android code in the linux kernel tree [ … ]
Think about it. You don’t hide things from people you don’t know because you did something bad. It is more likely that you hide things from people you are not likely to trust because they would like to do bad things to you.
On my free time, I like testing out and playing games. This is because, as a wine applications maintainer in the past, I had to cross test between distributions (mainly [ … ]
I found this sooo strangely familiar to what happened on the ISO standards committee on the OOXML approval process.
Working for a company that allows you to experiment with different technologies can be a very satisfying (and sometimes stressful, considering the deadlines) experience.
This would be my first blog post about Open Source and Tech stuff. This would also be my personal blog site as well (I’ll try to be figuring out how to categorize these writeups in this blogging site, so please be patient with me 🙂 )