A new and exciting GNOME version is out. Get it while it’s fresh! I haven’t been able to contribute as much as I would like lately, just barely keeping www.pygtk.org not too outdated, but…
GNOME 2.28 is here now with new awesome. Read the full release notes here. You can also read a bit more about future plans and a general overview about the direction GNOME is taking in an interview to Vicent Untz.
These days, some people on the PyGTK mailing list have showed their disappointment with the apparent lack of support for GTK+ on the win32 platform. As far as I can tell, the main problem lies in the lack of a convenient packaging due to lack of manpower, as the platform seems to build fine and […]
This is my first post after being added to the planet.gnome.org feed, so, thanks to Jeff Waugh for it and to Alberto Ruiz for putting his hackergotchi skills to my service! :). For those that don’t use to hang on the #pygtk IRC channel, I’ll briefly introduce myself. My GNOME related activities are mainly tied […]
Woohoo! I received this mail some days ago: Dear Rafael Villar Burke, We are pleased to inform you that you are now part of the GNOME Foundation Membership. You are now eligible to become a candidate for election and to vote in the annual Board of Directors elections held each November. […] For more information […]
This is my first post on the rvburke site blog and I’ll try to keep blogging here regularly. I expect the main topics will range from architecture, structural engineering and free software, so, if you’re interested in them, keep tuned!. Esta es mi primera entrada en el blog, que supongo que acabará tratando principalmente sobre […]