Posts Tagged ‘Ubuntu’

Confession

My dear Ubuntu, I think the time has come that I make a confession. You may be wondering why I haven’t spent much time with you those last months, and you have the right to know. The case is, I have another one. She’s called Debian. No, it’s not because of you. It’s also not […]

GNOME Activity Journal, and installing it on Ubuntu

As already announced by Seif, the first development release of the GNOME Activity Journal (what was formerly known as GNOME Zeitgeist) is finally out! While several sources have already propagated the good news, what doesn’t seem to be so widely known is how easy it is to get the Activity Journal running on Ubuntu. Because […]

espeak-gui 0.2

Yesterday I did a first release of espeak-gui, so while I’m still in practice I’ve decided to get out a second one! The main changes are fixing a crash bug and… internationalization support. So, if you like this project but you’re not a coder, now you’ve got a way to contribute: translating it into your […]

Introducing espeak-gui

I’m joining the hype of presenting little new projects there seems to be those days, unleashing the first version of espeak-gui, a graphical interface to let the computer read out text. Why, when, who? The project started almost a year ago when, out of curiosity on what writing Python bindings for C/C++ libraries is like, […]

No sound problem with Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory

I don’t really play much, but of the few games I know Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is probably the one with which I’ve spend the most time so far. By featuring multiple player roles (soldier, engineer, medic, etc.) and, even while being multiplayer, nice objective-based scenarios, it provides for much better experience that many other more […]

 
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