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Post details: Tech Humor, Subversion and some GNOME stuff

Dec 7
Tech Humor, Subversion and some GNOME stuff

Here, on Monologue again.

We @VTK also need to start using Subversion, lost some code yesterday thanks to the stupid "write-code-on-testing-server-then-move-to-live-server-using-some-cgi" method we're forced to use. Unfortunately AFAIK I'm the only one in there who ever worked with Subversion, knows how to set up a repository (on Apache), how to add files, commit stuff, get diffs,... I was planning to create a nice HOWTO today anyway, guess I should get started. It's not th


Comment from: Peter [Member] Email
Humm, that gnome startup notification looks also anoying to me. The KDE way is nice: a little icon of the application bouncing near the cursor, so you can continue other work without such a "block" in your way.
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Comment from: RubenV [Visitor] · http://www.Lambda1.be/
When interested in bleeding edge packages: Use Ubuntu, generally, when an upstream dev release happens, I can apt-get it within 3 days (and it works guaranteed, which can't be said about eg. BreakMyGentoo)
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/04 @ 14:19
Comment from: Peter [Member] Email
Yeah, Ubuntu is really cool. I just ordered a few CD's to test for myself and to share with friends. Ikke, if you need one, just ask, I've enough of them :-D
PermalinkPermalink 12/07/04 @ 19:25
Comment from: Cameron Clark [Visitor] · http://www.rockymountainnews.com/
gnome will soldier unconditionally: http://www.commondreams.org/ plane can make corner , bet rape double - that is all that table is capable of
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Comment from: Buy Euro Fragrance [Visitor] · http://www.eurofragrance.info
Excellent blog keep it up
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