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Hello World! I’ve been wanting a to start my own blog for a while now. Time and other constraints have been preventing me, but I finally sat down over the last week-end and hacked together what you actually see.
I have decided to license the content of this website under a Creative Commons license; CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported, to be exact. This means that you can take what I will write on this blog, reuse it for whatever you see fit, or combine it with other content under the same license, e.g. from Wikipedia. The only requirements are that :
- you quote where you got it from, i.e. from me (Adnane Belmadiaf) and this website (daker.me)
- you share the result under the same license
So feel free to leave a comment or tweet me @AdnaneBelmadiaf.
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Here’s all the goodies for the week:
- Charm Auditing! Marco will be providing list of things and charms not up to snuff, post to list in order to get fixes (or eventually remove from store)
Please check out the blueprints, there’s a ton of detail there!Charm Tools
- Fixed dependency to recommend juju-core or juju, fixes Jono’s bug.
- charm-helpers being split into it’s own project: https://launchpad.net/charm-helpers
- Rewriting a bunch of them into python instead of a mishmash of bash and python, gives us cross-OS compatability, better templating, easier testing.
- Rolling out a single charm-helpers package
- Pre-beta live site (Nick hates it when we link it. :))
- Current docs not generating, filed RT, IS to complete by the end of this week.
- Code: lp:~evilnick/juju/go-juju-docs -[arosales] Todo to make a better docs staging site
- Rewriting the jitsu test code so it works as a juju plugin to enable easier testing.
- node.js - Jeff Pihach linked up with Mims, experienced node.js dev. Good things on the roadmap here. We’ll get a better status when Mims returns from Gluecon
- rails/rack - Follow up with Pavel?
- Django, someone mentioned in UDS that it’s nearly ready to be submitted to the store.
- Mark Mims is at Gluecon! Go get em!
- Submitted to Strata in NYC. (mims)
- Strata in London submission in progress (jamespage)
- TexasLinuxFest, arosales to present.
- Next Friday is Part 2 of “How to write a charm”
- We’d like to have a roadmap for charm schools
- Over the next day or so Jorge to publish a schedule for charm schools, will be on the Events.
- We’d like to be responsive to user needs.
- Keep biweekly cadence, be flexible enough to do on-the-spot charm schools.
- Jorge to add more detail to charm schools on the web page, show what topics were covered in more detail.
capture the IRC Logs (duh!).
Topics people want: Puppet/Juju, Charming from Scratch, Improving an existing charm (including the workflow to submit it back)
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Today, I am happy to announce the release of Homerun 1.0.0. This new version comes with a few new features.
Let's start with the biggest one: favorite reordering by drag and drop. This is one of the most wanted feature requests for Homerun. It lets you reorder your favorite applications and places by holding down the left mouse button and dragging items around.
This short video demonstrates how it works:
This was surprisingly difficult to get right with QtQuick 1, so I am glad it's now done.
Note that while this feature is currently only available for the "Favorite Applications" and "Favorite Places" Homerun sources, it is actually possible for any source to provide reordering via drag and drop if it makes sense for this source to do so.
Another new feature is the ability to customize shortcuts. This started with the idea of creating a cheatsheet of Homerun shortcuts, but I was worried the list in the cheatsheet would not be kept up to date with the actual shortcuts so I looked into generating the content of the cheatsheet from the code handling the shortcuts. At one point I realized kdelibs already provided what I wanted and more in the form of the standard shortcut dialog, so I scraped my code and went for exposing the standard KDE shortcut dialog. You can reach it from the configure menu in the top-right of the screen.
Finally, other minor improvements have been made:
- The context menu of the "Trash" folder now has an "Empty Trash" entry,
- When an application or place is marked as a favorite, a short message appears on the top of the screen, reassuring you that your request has been taken into account.
As usual, this new release is available on download.kde.org.Moving On
As for me, I am going to return to what I enjoy most: working on applications. In the next months I plan to get more involved in KDEPIM, starting with what I do best: obsessing beyond reason about widgets layouts and margins. Once I feel familiar enough with the code base, I'll try to get a bit out of my comfort zone and help fixing underlying bugs.