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Tuesday
31 March, 2015


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SketchUp Make

Se você precisa utilizar o SketchUp Make no seu sistema, veja aqui como instalar a versão para Windows no Linux, usando o Wine.

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Como he comentado en muchas ocasiones en el blog, el impulso definitivo que hizo que me uniera a la Comunidad KDE fue Akademy-es 2010 de Bilbao. Hasta ese momento, el mundo KDE era simplemente Software y a partir de ese viaje descubrí la humanidad que había detrás de los proyectos y empezar a creer que yo podía aportar muchas cosas a esta gran Comunidad. Así que para mi es gratificante escribir sobre este tipo de eventos  y más para anuncuar que KDE Blog estará presente en Akademy 2015.

 

KDE Blog estará presente en Akademy 2015

Este año Akademy 2015 se celebrará del 25 al 31 de julio en A Coruña, y recordemos que Akademy-es 2015 también los días 23 y 24. Evidentemente será una gran semana de promoción para la Comunidad KDE y una oportunidad única para reforzar lazos entre los miembros que ya se conocen o crear nuevos.

I'm loving Akademy

Y este año puedo anunciar con gran alegría que como ocurrió en Akademy y Akademy-es 2013 de Bilbao, no faltaré a ambos eventos.

Si no pasa nada, cogeré el coche, la cargaré de gasolina, acomodaré lo mejor posible a mi querida familia (cargaremos de películas los ordenadores) y realizaremos el largo camino que hay desde la costa mediterrána hasta Galicia en un extenso viaje de más de nueve horas.

Esto significa que buena parte de mis vacaciones (que espero que no todas) las pasaré en una de las zonas de la Península que más ilusiones teníamos por visitar y más bonitas de la península, al tiempo que que también significa que  KDE Blog estará presente en Akademy 2015 y os ofrecerá las vivencias del evento de primera mano.

Y para recordarlo, voy a poner el típico banner “I’m going to Akademy” en un lateral del blog y espero que os animéis a asistir al evento y así poder conocernos de forma personal.

I'm going to Akademy

¿Qué es Akademy?

Para los que no lo sepan, Akademy es el evento de la Comunidad KDE que aúna en una gran conferencia todo tipo de simpatizantes de KDE como desarrolladores, diseñadores, usuarios, traductores, promotores. Allí se reunirán a lo largo de una semana para compartir charlas, cenas, ponencias, talleres y, en definitiva, para trabajar juntos.
Es una gran semana que sirve para unir más fuerte los lazos que unen nuestra Comunidad, así como para crear nuevos.


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Google discontinues their OpenID 2.0 service, which is responsible for authenticating you using your Google Account in Studio.

So what does it mean for you ? First of all, you are still able to use your Google Account as usual to logon. Since Google OAuth 2.0 replaces OpenID 2.0 for authenticating your account, you might be prompted to re-consent Studio to verify your Google Account. In your user account information page in Studio an additional Google Account using OAuth 2.0 will show up after successful logon. You might delete your old account marked as deprecated.

Enjoy building!

Your Studio Team

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Google OpenID 2.0 deprecated information: 
https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OpenID2
 


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Greetings, green portion of the GNU/Linux web! It’s been a while since you last heard from us, so let’s say we give you something special this time around.

Wanna Play a Game?All of us users of open and free operating systems tend to celebrate the flexibility of our systems and desktop environments so we can tailor our systems to work best with our specific workflows. Often, we like to show off our desktops to the web vastness. So, how about we play a little game? How about we fill up the web with the best, most innovative desktops, and show off the power and flexibility of our geeko-powered mean machines?

At this point, I’m announcing the beginning of openSUSE’s monthly screenshot contest! Yes geekos, all of your online screenshot boasting will not be in vain. From the 1st of April onward, you’ll be able to enter into the openSUSE’s screenshot contest through one of the official channels described in the rules, which you can read below. Basically, it will work like this: You post a screenshot of your über-pimped desktop to one of the official channels. After three weeks, we’ll gather all of the contestants and create a week-long poll which will decide the desktop-pimp of the month. The winner will then be announced on the news site, with his/her screenshot posted on it, and politely asked to send his/her information so you can receive a small reward to your physical inbox. The reward for your openSUSE love spreading will be a choice between two openSUSE sticker packs. But that’s not all! At the end of the year, will pick-up the year’s monthly winners, and put them up again for public scrutiny, and that way we’ll get our world screenshot champion of the year. The yearly winner shall also be rewarded accordingly. The yearly reward will be announced when the time comes and after we deliberate on how much we should beef it up for the screenshot world series. :)

So the rules are quite simple:

– On the 1st of every month, there will be an appropriate topic opened in the screenshot section of the forums.

– Also, there will be a topic or group opened on the openSUSE Connect site, where you can post your screenshots.

– Since it’s a geeko competition, we kindly ask you to proudly sport your openSUSE desktops.

– You will be able to post your screenshots for three full weeks (3 x 7 days).

– The remainder of the month will be left for a poll on the openSUSE Connect site. The poll will decide a winner. It is entirely possible for the monthly title to go multiple ways, if the voters decide so. Poll will be closed on midnight on the final day of the month, and you’ll be already able to compete the very next day for the next month’s title. Ideally, the winner will be announced on the 1st of next month, along


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Алексей Федорчук Несколько дней назад в блоге разработчиков Cinnamon было объявлено о старте нового проекта — mint-dev-tools. По мотивам этого на Блогосайте был размещён перевод первоисточника, а также пара заметок — личные впечатления от указанного пакета и первые результаты знакомства с новшествами Cinnamon, полученными с его помощью. Ну а знакомство с комментариями к этой новости […]


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vacation 其實是一個很簡單的技巧,讓使用者可以在家目錄中配置回信訊息,讓系統可以在收到信件後自動回覆給寄件者,設定方式如下所示:

  1. 首先確認是否有安裝 vacation 套件
  2. 接著在需要自動回覆功能的使用者家目錄中產生 .vacation.msg 檔案,範例如下:

    Subject: Re: $SUBJECT

    內容

  3. 若是自動回覆的內容需要輸入與顯示中文時,則必須在表頭部分添加如下描述:

    MIME-Version: 1.0
    Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
    Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
    Subject: Re: $SUBJECT

  4. 接著初始化 vacation 資料庫,操作方式如下所示:

    vacation -I

    初始化後你可以在使用者家目錄下產生一個 .vacation.db 的檔案

  5. 最後我們再透過 .forward 檔案將收到的信件透過 vacation 處理,直接在使用者帳號目錄內產生一個 .forward 檔案,內如容下:

    \USERNAME, "|/usr/bin/vacation USERNAME"

    請將 USERNAME 改為使用者的帳號名稱


Monday
30 March, 2015


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And once again, it’s time for another Limba blogpost :-)limba-small

Limba is a solution to install 3rd-party software on Linux, without interfering with the distribution’s native package manager. It can be useful to try out different software versions, use newer software on a stable OS release or simply to obtain software which does not yet exist for your distribution.

Limba works distribution-independent, so software authors only need to publish their software once for all Linux distributions.

I recently released version 0.4, with which all most important features you would expect from a software manager are complete. This includes installing & removing packages, GPG-signing of packages, package repositories, package updates etc. Using Limba is still a bit rough, but most things work pretty well already.

So, it’s time for another progress report. Since a FAQ-like list is easier to digest. compared to a long blogpost, I go with this again. So, let’s address one important general question first:

How does Limba relate to the GNOME Sandboxing approach?

(If you don’t know about GNOMEs sandboxes, take a look at the GNOME Wiki – Alexander Larsson also blogged about it recently)

First of all: There is no rivalry here and no NIH syndrome involved. Limba and GNOMEs Sandboxes (XdgApp) are different concepts, which both have their place.

The main difference between both projects is the handling of runtimes. A runtime is the shared libraries and other shared ressources applications use. This includes libraries like GTK+/Qt5/SDL/libpulse etc. XdgApp applications have one big runtime they can use, built with OSTree. This runtime is static and will not change, it will only receive critical security updates. A runtime in XdgApp is provided by a vendor like GNOME as a compilation of multiple single libraries.

Limba, on the other hand, generates runtimes on the target system on-the-fly out of several subcomponents with dependency-relations between them. Each component can be updated independently, as long as the dependencies are satisfied. The individual components are intended to be provided by the respective upstream projects.

Both projects have their individual up and downsides: While the static runtime of XdgApp projects makes testing simple, it is also harder to extend and more difficult to update. If something you need is not provided by the mega-runtime, you will have to provide it by yourself (e.g. we will have some applications ship smaller shared libraries with their binaries, as they are not part of the big runtime).

Limba does not have this issue, but instead, with its dynamic runtimes, relies on upstreams behaving nice and not breaking ABIs in security updates, so existing applications continue to be working even with newer software components.

Obviously, I like the Limba approach more, since it is incredibly flexible, and even allows to mimic the behaviour of GNOMEs XdgApp by using absolute dependencies on components.

Do you have an example of a Limba-distributed application?

Yes! I recently created a set of package for Neverball – Alexander Larsson also created a XdgApp bundle


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En poco más de un mes tendremos la versión de 15.05 de Kubuntu, que nos ofrecerá Plasma 5 como escritorio por defecto. No obstante, si alguien tiene mucha curiosidad o ganas de hincarle en diente al nuevo escritorio de la Comunidad KDE tiene una opción muy válida con KaOs. Y para demostrarlo hoy os traigo 2 vídeos de KaOS KF5.

2 vídeos de KaOS KF5

De la mano de he visto en Youtube un par de vídeos en los que demuestran la perfecta adaptación de esta distribución al nuevo escritorio Plasma de KDE.

KaOS-FK5-UP

KaOS KF5. ¡Particionado e Instalación!

El primero de ello está especialmente recomendado para los que se incian el mundo de KaOS ya que nos enseña a instalarlo en un equipo particionando el disco duro, uno de los puntos más complicados de las instalaciones.

 

KaOS KF5, ¡Siente su potencia!

En el segundo vídeo viene con un artículo de vinculado. Se trata de “KaOS KF5, ¡siente la potencia y la belleza del nuevo Plasma 5!” del mismo autor,  , en el que analiza como funciona Plasma 5 en KaOS.

Del artículo destaco la siguiente frase:

“¿Recomendamos instalar KaOS con Plasma 5, o es temprano todavía? Este sistema operativo nos gusta mucho, pero ahora mismo necesita que el nuevo KDE termine de pulirse. Aún así no os dejará tirados y funcionará a la perfección. Sin duda es una opción muy a tener en cuenta y al ser Rolling Release todos los pequeños defectos se van corrigiendo rápidamente.”

Lo cierto es que queda algunas cosas por pulir aunque es alentador ver como ha mejorado todo muchísimo respecto al anterior gran salto. Recordemos que de KDE 3 a KDE 4 tardamos casi tres años para poder disfrutar de un escritorio decente, y un poco más definirilo como excelente.

Por cierto, los vídeos ha sido realizado con el siguiente equipo:

  • Procesador Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 a 2.5 Ghz con 6 Mb de Caché
  • 8 GB de RAM DDR2 a 800 Mhz Kingston Hyper X
  • Gráfica Radeon HD 5750 con 1 GB de RAM

 

Más información:



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El software libre es algo más que bits. Es una comunidad que en torno a diferentes temas y con un interés común se juntan, debaten, comparten y se divierten hackeando.

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Este domingo 5 de Abril de 2015 se celebrará en la localidad de Villadiego en la provincia de Burgos en España un encuentro con el sotware libre como denominador común y AmayaOS como pieza clave. Estás invitado ¿te apuntas?

Compartir y conocer a la comunidad que está detrás del software libre es una manera de difundir, de “cargar las pilas” y de sentir que esto que nos gusta es algo más que un sistema operativo, o un programa.

Y el Open Event es una de esas ocasiones para juntarse, aprender, difundir, y conocer más hackers que gustan de una pasión común. Este evento (a pesar de su nombre foráneo) se llevara a cabo en pleno corazón de la meseta Castellana. En Villadiego en la provincia de Burgos.

El encuentro empezará a las 10:00 y durará hasta las 15:00. Es decir una mañana completita con muchos temas, que puedes consultar aqui. Y de entre todos ellos hoy destaco la conferencia que dará Dani, un hacker de 15 años, sobre un proyecto que está desarrollando desde hace ya más de un año. Se trata de un incipiente sistema operativo llamado AmayaOS, del que ya el amigo Replicante habló en su web:

Conocí a Dani en la pasada conferencia de Stallman en Oviedo, donde coincidimos. Me llamó la atención lo primero su juventud, y sus conocimientos, y la pasión con la que hablaba de todo este mundillo. Sin duda la semilla está plantada con jóvenes hackers como este y otros…

Para conocerle un poco más y conocer su proyecto, ¿quién mejor que él mismo para hablarnos sobre él? Así que Dani amablemente me respondió unas cuantas preguntas, que por aqui publico. Espero que os resulten interesantes, y espero que si tenéis la oportunidad de asistir al Open Event os acerquéis para compartir… y quizás nos podremos saludar!! ;)

Y si no puedes asistir podrás escucharlo en esta web: http://radiolibrevigo.piesnegros.org/

Pregunta: ¿Qué es AmayaOS, cómo lo definirías para quien no lo conozca?

Dan: AmayaOS es un Sistema Operativo libre basado en FreeNOS pensado para funcionar en ordenadores considerados “obsoletos” pero que realmente se pueden realizar con ellos múltiples tareas.

¿Cuando y cómo empezaste este proyecto?

Dan: Publiqué la primera versión de AmayaOS en Febrero de 2014 aunque llevaba varios meses cacharreando con FreeNOS. Lo comencé como un hobbie para aprender sobre sistemas operativos básicos aunque poco a poco me di cuenta de que si quería podía forkearlo y hacer mi propio sistema operativo.

¿Cuales son tus metas a corto y largo plazo con este proyecto?

Dan: Mis metas a corto plazo son


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pale moon no linux

Já conhece o Pale Moon, um navegador que é o Firefox mais rápido que o Firefox? Pois se você quiser experimentar esse programa, veja a seguir como instalar o Pale Moon no Linux manualmente.

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Sunday
29 March, 2015


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Linux (Ubuntu) vorbereiten


Für alle weiteren Schritte nötig
Benötigte Pakete wie scons und build-essential installieren:

sudo apt-get install scons pkg-config libx11-dev libxcursor-dev build-essential libasound2-dev libfreetype6-dev libgl1-mesa-dev libglu-dev libssl-dev libxinerama-dev

1. Godot Pfad anlegen und Godot-Source herunterladen:

mkdir ~/godot
cd ~/godot
wget https://github.com/okamstudio/godot/archive/master.zip

2. Entpacken nach ~/godot

unzip master.zip -d ~/godot
mv godot-master/* .

1-Zeiler – “Linux (Ubuntu) vorbereiten”:

sudo apt-get install scons pkg-config libx11-dev libxcursor-dev build-essential libasound2-dev libfreetype6-dev libgl1-mesa-dev libglu-dev libssl-dev libxinerama-dev && mkdir ~/godot && cd ~/godot && wget https://github.com/okamstudio/godot/archive/master.zip && unzip master.zip -d ~/godot && mv godot-master/* .

 

Java einbinden:


Für Android und Linux Compiling notwendig

Quelle: http://tecadmin.net/install-java-8-on-centos-rhel-and-fedora/

Linux x64 165.17 MB jdk-8u40-linux-x64.tar.gz  Download über wget Befehl

1. Download und entpacken:

cd /opt/
sudo wget --no-cookies --no-check-certificate --header "Cookie: gpw_e24=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.oracle.com%2F; oraclelicense=accept-securebackup-cookie" "http://download.oracle.com/otn-pub/java/jdk/8u40-b25/jdk-8u40-linux-x64.tar.gz"
sudo tar xzf jdk-8u40-linux-x64.tar.gz

2. Version als aktuell verwendete setzen:

sudo su
cd /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/
update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/java 2
update-alternatives --config java

optional (wenn nötig) – oft wird nur die oben heruntergeladene Java Version im System gefunden, dann überspringen:

There are 3 programs which provide 'java'.
Selection Command
-----------------------------------------------
* 1 /opt/jdk1.8.0/bin/java
+ 2 /opt/jdk1.8.0_25/bin/java
3 /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/java
Enter to keep the current selection[+], or type selection number: 3

3. Pfade setzen:

update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/jar jar /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/jar 2
update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/javac javac /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/javac 2
update-alternatives --set jar /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/jar
update-alternatives --set javac /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/javac
exit

4. Java Version überprüfen:

java -version

java version “1.8.0_40″

Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_40-b25)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.40-b25, mixed mode)

5. JAVA_HOME /JRE_HOME / PATH Variable setzen:

export JAVA_HOME=/opt/jdk1.8.0_40
export JRE_HOME=/opt/jdk1.8.0_40/jre
export PATH=$PATH:/opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin:/opt/jdk1.8.0_40/jre/bin

2-Zeiler – “Java einbinden”:

# 1. Zeile
sudo su && cd /opt/ && wget --no-cookies --no-check-certificate --header "Cookie: gpw_e24=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.oracle.com%2F; oraclelicense=accept-securebackup-cookie" "http://download.oracle.com/otn-pub/java/jdk/8u40-b25/jdk-8u40-linux-x64.tar.gz" && tar xzf jdk-8u40-linux-x64.tar.gz && cd /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/ && update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/java java /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/java 2 && update-alternatives --config java && update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/jar jar /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/jar 2 && update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/javac javac /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/javac 2 && update-alternatives --set jar /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/jar && update-alternatives --set javac /opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin/javac && exit

# 2. Zeile
export JAVA_HOME=/opt/jdk1.8.0_40 && export JRE_HOME=/opt/jdk1.8.0_40/jre && export PATH=$PATH:/opt/jdk1.8.0_40/bin:/opt/jdk1.8.0_40/jre 

Michal Hrušecký: OBS Screensaver

17:56 UTCmember

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screensaverSome of you might know that I was and in part still am a Gentoo user as well. I always found something reassuring in watching terminal with compilation going on. It is a nice sight. Compiler crunching all those sources and preparing something new for you. On some conference I even saw Gentoo guys showing a recording of Gentoo installation – a lot of compilation in there. I really liked it and I thought that it would make a nice screensaver.

So how can I have such a nice experience in binary distribution like openSUSE? All the packages are built by OBS and I get only binaries. No obvious way how to heat up my apartment with my computer. But I can still get the nice almost warm feeling of packages being compiled! Solution is pretty easy, I just configured xscreensaver to use my script and show me what OBS is working on! The outcome is, I have a screensaver that shows in the cool way compilation output of what OBS is working on right now. I still can smell fresh packages being baked, but without heating up my CPU.

How to do it? Quite simple. You need the following simple script:

  1. #!/bin/bash
  2.  
  3. mkdir -p ~/.obs-saver
  4. cd ~/.obs-saver
  5.  
  6. while true; do
  7. URL="$(curl --connect-timeout 2 'https://build.opensuse.org/monitor/old' 2> /dev/null | \
  8. sed -n 's|.*/package/live_build_log/\([^"]*\)/\([^/]*\)/\([^/]*\)/\([^/]*\)".*|https://build.opensuse.org/build/\1/\3/\4/\2/_log|p' | \
  9. sed -n "`expr 5 + \( ${RANDOM} \* 10 / 32767 \)` p")"
  10. if [ "$URL" ]; then
  11. curl --connect-timeout 2 "$url" 2> /dev/null | tee "`date +%s`"
  12. LAST_BL="`ls -1 | tail -n 1`"
  13. if [ "`wc -l "$LAST_BL" | sed 's|\ .*||'`" -lt 5 ]; then
  14. rm "$LAST_BL"
  15. cat "`ls -1 | sort -R | tail -n 1`" 2> /dev/null
  16. else
  17. rm -f "`ls -1 | head -n -10`"
  18. fi
  19. else
  20. cat "`ls -1 | sort -R | tail -n 1`" 2> /dev/null
  21. fi
  22. done

Save it as obs-saver in your ~/bin and make sure it is executable. Then if you are using xscreensaver, select “Phosphor” screen saver and in settings -> advanced, use following command line:

phosphor -root -scale 3 -ticks 5 -delay 2000 -program ~/bin/obs-saver

Now if you are connected to the internet and you will wait for screensaver to kick in, it will randomly select one of the latest packages being build on OBS and it will start showing you it’s build log :-) I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do! Feeling of stuff being compiled without actually wasting that much of electricity is great ;-)


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Fieles a su calendario de lanzamientos que el mismo el equipo de desarrolladores de la Comunidad KDE se propuso hace unos meses, hace unos día  anunciaron que KDE lanza la versión candidadta  15.04 de sus aplicaciones. Como una buena versión candidata, simplemente presenta la posible versión final de sus nuevas aplicaciones con el objetivo de que pulir al máximo sus aplicaciones.

KDE lanza la versión candidata 15.04 de sus aplicaciones

mascot_konqi-dev-kde_620El pasado 26 de marzo de 2015 la Comunidad KDE se complació en presentar la tercera beta de les nuevas versiones de les aplicaciones de KDE.

En este momento se han congelado las dependencias y las funcionalidades, es decir, se ha cerrado el número de aplicaciones y no se van a incorporar más novedades. Ahora, y en las próximas semanas, el equipo de la Comunidad  KDE se centra en resolver errores y pulirla para que cuando se presente en abril sea lo más estable posible.

 

Y es que es testeo exhaustivo de las aplicaciones para su versión 15.04 ya que muchas de ellas están siendo migradas a Frameworks 5 de KDE. Así que los usuarios reals son más imprescindibles que nunca para mantener la calidad de las aplicaciones KDE, ya que los desarrolladores no pueden probar todas las opciones, configuraciones o acciones posibles que se pueden realizar con ellas.

Así que si tienes interés en colaborar con el equipo de calidad de KDE ahora tienes una oportunidad oro para hacerlo y para ello no olvides reportar los errores que encuentres a KDE Bugtracking System (lo cual me recuerda que os debo una entrada para explicar cómo reportar errores)

Más información: KDE.org

 

 


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Concluído o material atualizado para a palestra no evento CONSOLINE. O assunto será sobre realidade aumentada, onde menciono técnicas utilizando visão computacional junto à computação gráfica, a Realidade Aumentada disponibiliza uma inovadora interação homem-máquina, onde os objetos virtuais introduzidos no ambiente real podem ser manipulados com as próprias mãos, proporcionando ao usuário uma interação inédita e atrativa. O Material da palestra, encontra-se AQUI, e a seguir um vídeo.



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Não lembro se foi em 2013, mas depois de uns 10 anos parada devido à faculdade, voltei a fazer aulas de violino. Para tentar minimizar o problema do som ruim característico de iniciantes comprei um violino elétrico. Assim posso fazer a desgraça que for: quem estiver em redor vai ouvir um som muito baixo (e os vizinhos provavelmente são poupados até disso). Sim. Comprei um Stagg. Porque não


Friday
27 March, 2015


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The schedule for the upcoming OpenStack Summit 2015 in Vancouver is finally available. Sage and I submitted a presentation about "Storage security in a critical enterprise OpenStack environment". The submission was accepted and the talk is scheduled for Monday, May 18th, 15:40 - 16:20. 

There are also some other talks related to Ceph available:
Checkout the links or the schedule for dates and times of the talks. 

See you in Vancouver!


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driver Nvidia 349.12

Foi lançada mais uma atualização do Driver Nvidia para Linux, nesse caso da versão de desenvolvimento. Se você utiliza um hardware suportado por esse pacote, veja aqui como instalar o driver Nvidia 349.12 Beta no Linux.

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oSC15The conference date is right around the corner. Part of schedule is out and the organization is running to have everything settled to host visitors and organize the best openSUSE conference ever.

You can still register to be part of the conference also apply for presentation.

 

But did you miss the first call of TSP? Are you still in dilemma? Go to the conference or not? Do you contribute to openSUSE and want to join the awesome community but money is an issue for you? Don’t worry because TSP is here to help you.

 

If you missed the first call, we will open the TSP tool to apply for sponshorship from today, March 27th until April 2nd. The results will be announced on April 6th and you have to accept the sponsorship until April 9th.

Send us a request using the TSP tool. Don’t hesitate to apply! the team will decide and help as many lizards as possible. So hurry up!

 

Remember:

  • The organization is providing a sleepover at the venue. It’ll cost 50Euros for all days.
  • We want to sponsor as many people as possible, so please check the best deal for the transportation.
  • Keep the deadlines and follow the rules. We don’t want you to miss the deadlines because we might not be able to help you.
  • If you are volunteer or speaker, please add this info into your application. It will be helpfull for the TSP to decide.
  • Do not forget to include the brief description and description. It helps on TSP decision. Also if you include your contribution for the past 12 months it’d be helpful. This is the first thing we check.
  • Fullfil all of your personal info.
  • You need to Register

 

We hope to see you there!!!


Thursday
26 March, 2015



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irfp2015-0

Chegou a hora de acertar as contas com o leão, por isso, se você quer fazer sua declaração do imposto de renda pessoa física no Linux, veja aqui como instalar o programa.

Para fazer sua declaração no Linux é preciso instalar o programa gerador da declaração (IRRF), que está disponível na página da Receita Federal em Versões para vários sistemas. A versão usada nesse tutorial será a binária (.bin), pois com ela é possível instalar em qualquer distribuição Linux.

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receitanet00

Agora que você já instalou o programa gerador da declaração (IRRF) para começar acertas as contas com o leão, veja aqui como instalar o Receitanet no Linux para enviar a sua declaração.

O Receitanet é o programa responsável pela transmissão dos dados, na hora de enviar sua declaração criada no programa gerador da declaração (IRRF).Ele também está disponível na página da Receita Federal em versões para vários sistemas. E assim como o IRRF, a versão do instalador do Receitanet que será usada nesse tutorial será a binária (.bin), já que a mesma permite fazer a instalação em qualquer distribuição Linux.

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tor no linux

Se você precisa de um navegador seguro e com suporte a navegação realmente anônima, veja aqui como instalar manualmente o navegador Tor no Linux.

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Michael Meeks: 2015-03-26 Thursday

11:00 UTCmember

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  • Mihai posted a nice blog with a small video of LibreOffice Online in action - hopefully we'll have a higher-resoluton version that doesn't feature some bearded idiot next time.
  • Out to the Dentist for some drilling action.

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Πρόσφατα έψαχνα κάποια καλά εικονίδια για τον υπολογιστή μου. Κατέληξα στα VAMOX. Η τρισδιάσταση φύση τους (δίνουν βάθος στο εικονίδιο) μου άρεσε ιδιαίτερα. Βρίσκονται σε τρεις αποχρώσεις.

1. Vamox MATE
2. Vamox Ceibo
3. Vamox Celeste

Σκέφτηκα λοιπόν, γιατί να μην τα πακετάρω σε openSUSE; Το εργαλείο προφανώς το obs. Ξεκίνησα λίγο διάβασμα, δοκιμές με πολλές αποτυχίες. Αφού απελπίστηκα, τα έσβησα όλα. Την επόμενη μέρα, το πήρα από την αρχή και μετά από 2-3 δοκιμασίες, πέτυχε. Τα δοκίμασα στον υπολογιστή μου και εγκαταστάθηκαν μια χαρά. Πρόσθεσα και Fedora και με την βοήθεια του Θάνου Τρυφωνίδη, πρόσθεσα και το Arch Linux. Πάμε να δούμε πως τα εγκαθιστούμε.

VAMOX MATE


Εάν σας άρεσε το οπτικό αποτέλεσμα, επισκεφθείτε το αποθετήριο και προσθέστε τα εικονίδια για την διανομή σας.

VAMOX Ceibo


Εάν σας άρεσε το οπτικό αποτέλεσμα, επισκεφθείτε το αποθετήριο και προσθέστε τα εικονίδια για την διανομή σας.

VAMOX Celeste


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Wednesday
25 March, 2015


Michal Čihař: Weblate 2.2

23:30 UTC

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Weblate 2.2 has been released today. It comes with improved search, user interface cleanup and various other fixes.

Full list of changes for 2.2:

  • Performance improvements.
  • Fulltext search on location and comments fields.
  • New SVG/javascript based activity charts.
  • Support for Django 1.8.
  • Support for deleting comments.
  • Added own SVG badge.
  • Added support for Google Analytics.
  • Improved handling of translation file names.
  • Added support for monolingual JSON translations.
  • Record component locking in a history.
  • Support for editing source (template) language for monolingual translations.
  • Added basic support for Gerrit.

You can find more information about Weblate on http://weblate.org, the code is hosted on Github. If you are curious how it looks, you can try it out on demo server. You can login there with demo account using demo password or register your own user.

Weblate is also being used https://hosted.weblate.org/ as official translating service for phpMyAdmin, Gammu, Weblate itself and other projects.

If you are free software project which would like to use Weblate, I'm happy to help you with set up or even host Weblate for you.

Further development of Weblate would not be possible without people providing donations, thanks to everybody who have helped so far!

PS: The roadmap for next release is just being prepared, you can influence this by expressing support for individual issues either by comments or by providing bounty for them.

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In past days, several new free software projects have been added to Hosted Weblate. If you are interested in translating your project there, just follow instruction at our website.

The new projects include:

PS: Added later during the week:

  • Boilr, a cryptocurrency and bullion price alarms for Android
  • SwitchyOmega, a proxy manager and switcher for Chromium

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After releasing Weblate 2.0 with Bootstrap based UI, there was still lot of things to improve. Weblate 2.1 brought more consistency in using buttons with colors and icons. Weblate 2.2 will bring some improvements in other graphics elements.

One of thing which was for quite long in our issue tracker is to provide own renderer for SVG status badge. So far Weblate has offered either PNG badge or external SVG rendered by shields.io. Relying on external service was not good in a long term and also caused requests to third party server on many pages, what could be considered bad privacy wise.

Since this week, Weblate can render SVG badge on it's own and they are also matching current style used by other services (eg. Travis CI):

Translation status

One last thing which really did not fit into new UI were activity charts. In past they were rendered as PNG on server side, but for upcoming releases we have switched to use Chartist javascript library and render them as SVG on client side. This way we can nicely style them to fit into page, they scale properly and also reduce server load. You can see them in action on Hosted Weblate server:

Weblate activity chart

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