Re: Reloading Illume

2008-08-27 Thread Valery Febvre
Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote: Hello I often edit illume configuration/files that are loaded by illume only on startup. To apply my changes I've to restart X (and so and qpe and other X related processes). Is there a way to reload (or kill and restart it) illume without restarting X? I

Re: Switching the orientation of the screen

2008-12-11 Thread Valery Febvre
Clemens Dörrhöfer wrote: I am starting to learn pygtk and my helloworld Project is this primitiv gui, which lets you switch the orientatin of the screen. I don't like the automatic switching and with the help of this, I can do it manually. It's not pretty, but it works. If you find it

Re: Graphical GPRS launcher for FSO-based distros

2008-12-14 Thread Valery Febvre
Nathan Kinkade wrote: I recently started using SHR and am very happy with it. GPRS worked nicely, but I had no good way of launching it. Yes, I know, there is the framework-settings utility, and it works, but it doesn't tell me the current status or give any feedback other than showing the

[ANNOUNCE] Neon 0.9 : Code name 'Minimal'

2008-12-15 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi everyone, The first version of Neon has been released yesterday. Neon is a simple image viewer written in Python/EFL. It's designed to be lightweight, fast, and easy to use. This is the first usable version with minimal features and basic gui. Everything should work pretty well, you may

Re: [ANNOUNCE] Neon 0.9 : Code name 'Minimal'

2008-12-16 Thread Valery Febvre
Yorick Moko wrote: I like it! but could you include a fullscreen-toggle button? Sure. A new version 0.9.1 is available. https://projects.openmoko.org/frs/?group_id=239 Regards, Valéry ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: [ANNOUNCE] Neon 0.9 : Code name 'Minimal'

2008-12-16 Thread Valery Febvre
Nathan Kinkade wrote: 2008/12/15 KaZeR ka...@altern.org: snip 2008/12/15 Yorick Moko yorickm...@gmail.com: and maybe add a rotate option Just turn the phone sideways. ;-) Rotating an image is easy on a hand-held device. Nathan I guess that the point is that a landscape picture is

Re: [SHR] python-elementary API

2009-01-27 Thread Valery Febvre
Giorgio Marciano wrote: Hi, i want to play with enlightenment gui programming for SHR but i can't find such a documentation.. where can i find python-elementary APIs and some useful documentation? A nice article is available on enlightenment website wiki

Neon 0.9.6 is out

2009-02-03 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, A new release of Neon is available. This is a major feature enhancements release. Changes since 0.9.5.1: * Images can be now auto-rotated by images dimensions (not by EXIF data). In other words, image is rotated if image's orientation is landscape. A new command line option (-r,

Re: Neon 0.9.6 is out

2009-02-03 Thread Valery Febvre
kimaidou wrote: Is it possible to release a version for Debian ? Since it is written in python, it should run smoothly ? Yes, if EFL library (evas, ecore, edje) and python bindings are available, it should run without changes. I develop Neon under debian so I am pretty sure of that.

Re: Neon 0.9.6 is out

2009-02-03 Thread Valery Febvre
Tony Berth wrote: did you try it on the current SHR unstable cause it doesn't start! It crashes! Yes, I use SHR unstable. For a first install, I think there is no problem. If a previous release of Neon was already installed, it is perhaps neccessary to delete a file. Can you look if the file

Neon 0.9.8 is out

2009-02-27 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, A new release of Neon is available. Changes since 0.9.6 : * Smoother scrolling in filesystem browser * Added a scrollbar in filesystem browser. It doesn't allow to scroll the list, it's used only as an indicator of progression. * Window can be rotated now via accelerometers data. A new

Re: Voicenote - 3rd version - Can play wav files

2009-03-06 Thread Valery Febvre
Risto H. Kurppa wrote: On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 5:16 PM, kimaidou kimai...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all Sorry for the delay, but I am really booked ! I have checked my control file. Will the following be enough ? Package: voicenote Priority: optional Section: openmoko/PIM Version: 0.3

Re: MokoMeteo - need help to release

2009-03-12 Thread Valery Febvre
kimaidou wrote: Hi list I have just made a small python + Pygtk + glade widget wich get the basic meteo info from Yahoo meteo page. It is not very well written, and some more work has to be done the make it more user friendly (configurations, etc.), and it works pretty good on my

Anti-buzz application

2009-03-22 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, Because I want to use my FR as my daily phone and because I have no solution to perform the hardware buzz-fix yet, I decided to write an application which allows to quickly and easily change essential mixer settings. According to

[SHR] Podboy (0.0.1 - pre-alpha release)

2009-05-07 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, Podboy is a podcast aggregator/player written in Python/Elementary. Its interface aims to be easy and finger friendly. It uses Feedparser Python module for download/parsing of podcast feeds, Gstreamer for playing of episodes and SQLite for storing data. It's still pretty alpha. Everything

Re: [SHR] Podboy (0.0.1 - pre-alpha release)

2009-05-07 Thread Valery Febvre
Angus Ainslie wrote: On Thu, 2009-05-07 at 13:19 +0200, Valery Febvre wrote: It requires a very recent version of python-elementary so I think Podboy can be run only under SHR :-( Hi Valery, Om2009 is using a pretty recent version of python-elementary 40284, is that recent enough ? Yes

Re: [SHR] Podboy (0.0.1 - pre-alpha release)

2009-05-08 Thread Valery Febvre
Robin Paulson wrote: 2009/5/7 Valery Febvre vfeb...@easter-eggs.com: Podboy is a podcast aggregator/player written in Python/Elementary. http://projects.openmoko.org/frs/download.php/816/podboy_0.0.1-r0_all.ipk great stuff, trying it out now will you be hosting it in a repository

Re: [SHR] Podboy (0.0.1 - pre-alpha release)

2009-05-08 Thread Valery Febvre
Marco Trevisan (Treviño) wrote: Valery Febvre wrote: Podboy is a podcast aggregator/player written in Python/Elementary. Its interface aims to be easy and finger friendly. I've just seen the screenshots but the interface is very cool. Compliments ;) Thx It uses Feedparser Python module

Re: [SHR] Podboy (0.0.1 - pre-alpha release)

2009-05-09 Thread Valery Febvre
Richy wrote: It would be really cool if there was a way to remove files from downloads as I already listened to them and there are 37 episodes in it now, slowing things down a bit. Yes, good idea Also the whole program locks up while connecting to the internet. It continues to run after

[SHR/OM2009] Podboy 0.0.4 (pre-alpha) release

2009-05-26 Thread Valery Febvre
A new release (0.0.4) of Podboy is available. Homepage moved to http://code.google.com/p/podboy/ Download url: http://podboy.googlecode.com/files/podboy_0.0.4-r0_all.ipk Happy listening, -- Valéry ___ Openmoko community mailing list

Re: [Shr-User] [SHR] Podboy (0.0.1 - pre-alpha release)

2009-05-27 Thread Valery Febvre
Russell Hay wrote: Hi, I'm using Podboy on my morning commute now (SHR-testing) - much appreciated! Two observations though.. - the image file associated with the rss feed isn't scaled properly in some cases and expands all the dialogs off the visible screen area... the example that

[SHR-unstable] Neote 0.1.0 released

2009-07-06 Thread Valery Febvre
Hello, I'm happy to announce the first working release of Neote. Neote is a note taking application. Its interface aims to be easy and finger friendly. It's written in Python/Elementary and uses SQLite for storing data. Notes can be organized using custom categories that you can add, rename and

Re: [SHR-unstable] Neote 0.1.0 released

2009-07-07 Thread Valery Febvre
Alex Teiche wrote: That is very cool! I have been looking for an app like this, thank you! Is it possible to import pictures or annotations(allow for a quick drawing maybe) into notes? No, but draw notes are in todo list. Valéry ___ Openmoko

Re: [SHR-unstable] Neote 0.1.0 released

2009-07-07 Thread Valery Febvre
Michele Brocco wrote: On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 1:51 AM, Valery Febvrevfeb...@easter-eggs.com wrote: Hello, I'm happy to announce the first working release of Neote. Neote is a note taking application. Its interface aims to be easy and finger friendly. It's written in Python/Elementary and

Re: [SHR-unstable] Neote 0.1.0 released

2009-07-07 Thread Valery Febvre
jeremy jozwik wrote: looks great, are the notes path savable or does neote just toss them in some corner of the system? Notes are saved in a SQLite database in ~/.config/neote/neote.db -- Valéry ___ Openmoko community mailing list

[SHR-unstable] Neote 0.2.0 released

2009-07-08 Thread Valery Febvre
Hello, Neote 0.2.0 was released. Changes: * Added Search through notes Package: http://neote.googlecode.com/files/neote_0.2.0-r0_all.ipk Neote is a note taking application. Its interface aims to be easy and finger

Re: Neon!

2009-08-07 Thread Valery Febvre
jeremy jozwik wrote: On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Marceltan...@googlemail.com wrote: Hello! I just want to praise Valery Febvre for her (? Sounds female to me... females are rare in here *g*) absolutely great picture viewer, namely Neon. yah, neon rocks. and its awesomely fast Marcel

Re: SHR-U: Mokonnect...

2009-09-16 Thread Valery Febvre
John Dowd wrote: I've run into a problem using Mokonnect. I configured it once and now I can't delete that configuration. I scanned for an AP, selected the one I wanted, entered in the connection information for it. I inadvertently did not add a password and now it will not let me change

[FSO based] NeoLight : Yet another application stupid but absolutely essential

2009-10-03 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, I'm proud to announce the first release of NeoLight. NeoLight turns your Neo into a flashlight. It flips the brightness up to full and displays a fullscreen bright white rectangle. Features * Bright white or colored (red/green/blue) screen * Brightness dimmer * Strobe light mode (with

Re: [Shr-User] [FSO based] NeoLight : Yet another application stupid but absolutely essential

2009-10-03 Thread Valery Febvre
Sebastian Krzyszkowiak wrote: On 10/3/09, Valery Febvre vfeb...@easter-eggs.com wrote: BEWARE: NeoLight seems not working with the Elementary theme Niebiee. What did you do in that app then? Niebiee is just normal theme, as others. You shouldn't assert every theme has white background ;x

[FSO based] NeoLight 1.1.0 released

2009-10-04 Thread Valery Febvre
Hello, NeoLight 1.1.0 was released. Changes: * Added Custom Color * Speed up startup a bit * Now works with Elementary theme Niebiee Package: http://neolight.googlecode.com/files/neolight_1.1.0-r0_all.ipk

Re: [SHR] new package: theremin (alfa version warning)

2009-10-07 Thread Valery Febvre
Aapo Rantalainen wrote: I packaged maemo-theremin[1] on freerunner SHR-U. It is nice musical tool but unfortunately it is just little bit too slowly to work smoothly. Anybody has any ideas how to get it working little bit faster? Package: http://www.opkg.org/package_287.html Info

[FSO based] NeoLight 1.2.0 released

2009-10-08 Thread Valery Febvre
Hello, NeoLight 1.2.0 was released. Changes since 1.1.0: * Speed up startup again (~2 seconds less), now it takes ~3 seconds. * Fixed a bug in Custom Color. It was impossible to set the red and the blue colors to 0. Package:

[SHR-U] NumberX - a mathematical puzzle game

2009-11-03 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, I'm proud to announce the first release of NumberX. NumberX is a mathematical puzzle game that will challenge your mental math abilities! Four random numbers, between 1 and 9, you are given and you must put them all together using the basic arithmetic operators in such a way as to arrive at

[SHR-U] Neomis - a computer version of the electronic game Simon

2009-11-10 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, Neomis is a computer version of the well-known electronic game named Simon. It's a game of memory and concentration. You must follow the pattern of sounds and lights as long as you can remember! The game will flash quadrants in turn and expect you to repeat the sequence. If you get the

[SHR-U] Podboy 1.0.0

2009-12-21 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, After 6 months of inactivity, here is a new release of Podboy. Changes in 1.0.0: * Added Bluetooth A2DP support * No more config file, now settings are stored in database * Fixed callbacks with new python-elementary (revision = 43900) * Added date at the begin of episodes titles * Used

Re: [SHR-U] Podboy 1.0.0

2009-12-22 Thread Valery Febvre
undrwater wrote: Valery Febvre wrote: Hi, After 6 months of inactivity, here is a new release of Podboy. Screenies look great. Here's what I'm getting: $ podboy Traceback (most recent call last): File /usr/bin/podboy, line 24, in module from podboy import main File

[SHR] Podboy 1.1.0

2010-01-03 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, A new version of Podboy is available. Very small changes in this version but I think that release early, release often is a good practice. Changes in 1.1.0: * Unplayed episodes can now be identified by a yellow star. * Unplayed/played status of episodes can be manually toggled via a new

[SHR] Podboy 1.2.0

2010-01-12 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, A new version of Podboy is available. Changes in 1.2.0: * New feature: show details of episodes in page Downloads (like in page Episodes). * New feature: update only the selected podcast in page Downloads. * New feature: episodes can now be tagged as Ignore in page Downloads. All episodes

Re: elm_browser initial release

2010-01-15 Thread Valery Febvre
Davide Scaini wrote: On Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 1:53 AM, c_c cchan...@yahoo.com mailto:cchan...@yahoo.com wrote: Hi, Petr Vanek wrote: working very well. i would almost tend to say no more features to keep it fast I would agree :)

Re: thanks to authors of Podboy, NIDE, and openmokontrol

2010-01-25 Thread Valery Febvre
Josh Thompson wrote: I just wanted to say thanks to the authors of 3 different applications I have started using recently. Podboy is fitting my need extremely well for listening to podcasts. I can't say how great this app is! :) I think I never read a message as pleasant as yours about

[SHR] Podboy 1.3.0

2010-01-25 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, A new version of Podboy is available. Changes in 1.3.0 * Add 3 new settings in a new section Display: finger size, scaling factor and orientation. * Speed up startup (~3 seconds less). * View covers of podcasts in big size: just tap on cover in page Player. * Allow podcasts

Re: [SHRu] Stuck @ language screen aka Contest of the day.

2010-02-16 Thread Valery Febvre
Thomas HOCEDEZ wrote: Hi mokists, here's a challenge of the day contest : I just reflashed SHRu (feb 15). And I was surprised to see a touch-calibration utility at really startup ! Nice idea. But only problem : I touch my screen anywhere by mistake My calibration was validated ! now,

Re: [SHRu] Stuck @ language screen aka Contest of the day.

2010-02-16 Thread Valery Febvre
Valery Febvre wrote: Thomas HOCEDEZ wrote: Hi mokists, here's a challenge of the day contest : I just reflashed SHRu (feb 15). And I was surprised to see a touch-calibration utility at really startup ! Nice idea. But only problem : I touch my screen anywhere by mistake My calibration

[SHR] Podboy 1.6.1

2010-04-21 Thread Valery Febvre
Hi, Many releases has been out since last announce here, so it was really time to do a new one. Here is a summary of changes since the 1.3.0 release * Lot of improvements in feed parsing and in chccking of updates. * Add multi-selection in

Re: [SHR] Podboy 1.6.1

2010-04-21 Thread Valery Febvre
As everybody noticed, correct homepage is: http://code.google.com/p/podboy/wiki/Overview I also forgot to say that Podboy is in SHR-unstable feed already, so to install Podboy, simply type: opkg install podboy Valery Febvre wrote: Hi, Many releases has been out since last announce here, so

Re: [SHR] Podboy 1.6.1

2010-04-22 Thread Valery Febvre
Petr Vanek wrote: On Wed, 21 Apr 2010 23:19:11 +0200 Valery Febvre vfeb...@easter-eggs.com (VF) wrote: Hi, Many releases has been out since last announce here, so it was really time to do a new one. Here is a summary of changes since the 1.3.0 release