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Its the first Community Appreciation Day in the history of mankind Ubuntu, and I just want to say to the Ubuntu community: THANK YOU! I usually don’t like singling out people, but I’d like to thank Jorge Castro in particular, … Continue reading
That’s kinda an unfortunate place to be, isn’t it?
Its 3rd of May, 2010. Bilal is in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where its raining heavily, an unusual phenomenon. By the evening, flash floods strike parts of the city. Schools declared closed for the next day. I had a lot of … Continue reading
First of all, a hearty congratulations to everyone involved in the GNOME project for having released GNOME3, a really awesome desktop environment. My previous post about GNOME3 was about my partial experience with it, and as pointed out by comments … Continue reading
It has been quite some time since the Unity launcher API was opened; and though dynamic quicklists didn’t work until the release of Unity 3.6.4 (fix courtesy the awesome Michael Terry), many applications in Natty now have support for quicklists, … Continue reading
Today’s the 27th of March. Just 10 days to go for the release of the next version of the most popular X Desktop environment: GNOME 3. I decided to give its beta a try, and downloaded and installed the latest … Continue reading