Yesterday I released version 0.1.4 of GNOME DVB Daemon. This release features mostly bug fixes and a timer icon is displayed in gnome-dvb-control if a recording overlaps with the event. Furthermore, a help message is displayed if no groups are configured.
I'm glade I could keep my promises.
Therefore, in this release gnome-dvb-timers, gnome-dvb-schedule and gnome-dvb-preferences UI clients have been merged into gnome-dvb-control. More importantly there's finally a tarball release of gst-rtsp-server.
As usual you can download version 0.1.3 at http://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-dvb-daemon/0.1/
- Grab the nearest book.
- Open it to page 56.
- Find the fifth sentence.
- Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions.
- Don’t dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.
That's in German:
Daher gilt für den Erwartungswert:
and in English:
Therefore, the expectation value is:
Today I made two releases. The first one was Deskbar-Applet 2.25.1 and the second GNOME DVB Daemon 0.1.0.
2.25.1 is the first version of the unstable series that will lead to 2.26. I got rid of all gnomevfs calls and replaced them with gio. Furthermore, glade files have been replaced by GTK builder's UI files. Please download it, test it, and most importantly report bugs you came across.
I was attending the Desktop search hackfest in Berlin last week.
It was sponsored by Nokia which did a very good job in choosing the location and organizing everything. Big thanks to Nokia for all the work and money they put in.
We are in UI freeze already and string freeze starts today. It's time to show the world what's new in Deskbar-Applet in 2.24.
There's only one major UI change in the new version. History is not in the main search window anymore but in a separate window as it was in 2.18 and earlier. New is that you can delete the selected item from history if you press the delete key.
As mentioned in last week's report, I concentrated on an assistant to setup DVB cards and a preferences GUI to create new device groups and edit existing ones. Currently, there are three GUI applications. One to manage timers, one to manage devices and one to setup your cards. In the next couple of weeks I'm going to make those UIs nicer and merge all of them in one single application.