Re: performance work

2008-12-21 Thread S Page
Wade Brainerd wrote: On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Neil Graham l...@screamingduck.com Is there a build of cairo that can produce a log of what calls are used in typical XO use? http://www.cairographics.org/FAQ/#performance_concerns says Cairo provides a cairo-trace utility

Orphaned font packages

2008-12-21 Thread Bernie Innocenti
Hello, I've just converted these two packages to the new font packaging guidelines, but then I realized I didn't make an ideal maintainer because I don't use them and I can't even read those languages :-) So here they are, for anyone who would like to take them over from me:

Re: No surprise on memory

2008-12-21 Thread Tomeu Vizoso
On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 23:57, Albert Cahalan acaha...@gmail.com wrote: [multiple people] I recently learned a few very important things about Linux memory management (I'm speaking about how its supposed to work, irrespective of any bugs). Operating systems experts already know all of this,

Colors!-v13 released

2008-12-21 Thread Wade Brainerd
Hey all, I have released Colors! version 13 with improved Wacom tablet support. Painting has been optimized, refresh bugs have been fixed, a color pickup feature has been added, and numerous polishing tweaks have been made to the UI. http://dev.laptop.org/~wadeb/Colors!-13.xo Testing and

Re: [Activities] Colors!-v13 released

2008-12-21 Thread pgf
hi wade -- how does colors deal with the lack of wacom support in the kernel? do you bundle a driver module? paul wade wrote: Hey all, I have released Colors! version 13 with improved Wacom tablet support. Painting has been optimized, refresh bugs have been fixed, a color pickup

Re: Emulating 8.2-767

2008-12-21 Thread Brian Jordan
Hi Bert, This is amazing, thanks! This would be great to have on http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Emulating_the_XO/Quick_Start/Mac Brian On Wed, Dec 3, 2008 at 11:43 AM, Bert Freudenberg b...@freudenbergs.de wrote: Hi everyone, even with XOs readily available now there are quite a lot of reasons

Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread Mildred Ki'Lya
Hello everyone, I'm new here, and I came interested in the OLPC project because it's a wonderful computer, very well integrated, and I just had one via the European G1G1 project. And now, I thought I could contribute :) I wanted to know if there was any project of creating an activity that would

Re: Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread rihowa...@gmail.com
Mildred, Chat is a jabber client. Also other people have gajim and or pidgin running okay and no problem with saving configuration. /Robert H. On Dec 21, 2008, at 2:49 PM, Mildred Ki'Lya wrote: Hello everyone, I'm new here, and I came interested in the OLPC project because it's a

Re: Emulating 8.2-767

2008-12-21 Thread Bert Freudenberg
Feel free to post it anywhere you think it makes sense. Glad it's useful to some. I already got some feedback after posting to my blog, including the confirmation it indeed works on Windows: http://croquetweak.blogspot.com/2008/12/emulating-latest-stable-olpc-xo.html - Bert - On

Re: Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread Bert Freudenberg
On 21.12.2008, at 23:49, Mildred Ki'Lya wrote: I just tried to run gajim in sugar, but it seems because the $HOME gets defined in a sandboxed environment that is erased each time, so I can't keep the configuration :/ You need to put the configuration in a special directory:

Re: [Activities] Colors!-v13 released

2008-12-21 Thread Wade Brainerd
Hey, The activity itself merely accepts Wacom tablet input from XInput via the standard GDK events. With your kernel module and with X properly configured, supporting Wacom tablets in activities requires no code at all, and accessing pressure information is a one line addition. However, since the

Re: Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread Sebastian Silva
Still, a regular Jabber client to run in parallel of Chat / collaboration might be useful. Gajim runs nicely and since its python perhaps it sugarizes easily enough. Look at the work done on Labyrinth by tomeu for a similar sugarization. Yesterday I tried Empathy by the collabora guys and had a

Re: Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread Mildred Ki'Lya
rihowa...@gmail.com wrote: Mildred, Chat is a jabber client. Also other people have gajim and or pidgin running okay and no problem with saving configuration. I guess, but I have absolutely no idea on how to configure where you put your jabber id and your password. So far, I thought it was

Re: Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread Sebastian Silva
Mildred, Yay! I'd suggest putting it up on a Gitorious repository in case anybody wants to jump in and help. Thank you! Sebastian 2008/12/21 Mildred Ki'Lya ml.mildred...@gmail.com: rihowa...@gmail.com wrote: Mildred, Chat is a jabber client. Also other people have gajim and or pidgin running

Re: Jabber client activity

2008-12-21 Thread rihowa...@gmail.com
Mildred, In the Control Panel, select Network and then in the Mesh server field put the server name. /Robert H. On Dec 21, 2008, at 4:56 PM, Mildred Ki'Lya wrote: rihowa...@gmail.com wrote: Mildred, Chat is a jabber client. Also other people have gajim and or pidgin running okay and no

Re: [Server-devel] Collaboration unreliable 0.5

2008-12-21 Thread David Leeming
Martin, Here is some info to help you trace the problem. Hardware XS:Toshiba Tecra A3 model PTA20A Hardware XO:2 x XO-C2, 2 x XO-B4 Wireless: Active antenna OLPC S/R 009 black box prototype type USB device PROCEDURE: - 0.5 version downloaded on