Archive for the ‘Planet GNOME’ Category

Zeitgeist 0.5.1 released!

On behalf of the Zeitgeist Project team, I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zeitgeist 0.5.1. What is Zeitgeist? Zeitgeist is an event-logging framework for desktop and mobile devices. Applications can push events into the log, and anyone can query the log via the rich query API. The logged events are semantically categorized […]

Experiments with image recognition

It’s summer, which means: I’ve got time for some crazy experiments! As you may know, two years ago I played around with voice recognition. My original idea for this summer was to do some robotics stuff, but unfortunately I’ve had problems getting the serial connection to work. But don’t worry, because I’ve found something else to do. […]

Yet another GUADEC post

I haven’t blogged for quite a few weeks, so I guess it’s time I revive my blog, and what better way to do this than writing about how awesome GUADEC was? :) Saturday 25 I went to the Barcelona airport to take a plane at twelve. The plane started almost two hours later because part […]

Zeitgeist 0.3.3 is out!

From the release announcement: On behalf of the Zeitgeist Project team, I am pleased to announce the immediate availability of Zeitgeist 0.3.3. It introduces an improved relationship algorithm, new sorting types for queries, a data-source registry (providing the possibility of easily disabling individual loggers) and several bug fixes and other enhancements. What is Zeitgeist? Zeitgeist […]

Automatic music rating

The problem I like listening to music while I’m programming. However, I have lots of music on my computer and I don’t really like all of it (or find it appropriate as background music for when I’m programming). I guess I could spend a few evenings going through my music collection, deleting anything I don’t […]

 
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