La tira de la semana: Software Hating Release Cycle http://www.linuxhispano.net/2019/02/19/software-hating-release-cycle/ vía @email@example.com
We've now test builts and beta in flathub: https://blogs.gnome.org/alexl/2019/02/19/changes-in-flathub-land/
I've just written about my new job at @firstname.lastname@example.org to work on @email@example.com, and about the end of @firstname.lastname@example.org in my blog http://danigm.net/endless.html
La tira de la semana: Publicidad dirigida http://www.linuxhispano.net/2019/02/11/publicidad-dirigida/ vía @email@example.com
La tira de la semana: Criptomoneda http://www.linuxhispano.net/2019/02/05/criptomoneda/ vía @firstname.lastname@example.org
La tira de la semana: Contraseñas http://www.linuxhispano.net/2019/01/28/contrasenas/ vía @email@example.com
I've written about the timetrack app http://danigm.net/timetrack.html
@jgarciao And it's really easy to package desktop applications!
@danigm This is what I love from Flathub: a new app can easily be installed by Linux users on day one from release.
Congrats for the app! I will certainly give it a try
or maybe better, we can try to add to the g-ir-scanner the ability to parse rust commets to generate the GIR XML file.
This is rather momentous... librsvg no longer has GObject boilerplate in C; it's all in #rustlang now - https://gitlab.gnome.org/federico/librsvg/blob/subclass/rsvg_internals/src/c_api.rs
This branch is not merged into master yet, because it needs glib-rs to have a new release with @slomo's subclassing code.
Timetrack is now on flathub https://flathub.org/apps/details/net.danigm.timetrack
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