Andrea Veri a...@gnome.org a écrit:
I've finally managed to migrate all the services to a new machine. You
should be able to apply/renew your membership and request changes to your
\o/. This was fast!
Thanks for your patience
No. Thank *you* for the awesome work and
Federico Mena Quintero feder...@gnome.org a écrit:
On Fri, 2012-12-14 at 13:42 +0100, Olav Vitters wrote:
If anyone wants to join, I'll work on Bugzilla during Dec 22 - Dec 30
together with Andrea.
Thanks for doing this really valuable work :)
Yes, thank you very much Olav. This is
Johannes Schmid j...@jsschmid.de a écrit:
Why do you check the website at all? RSS solves that problem and n.g.o
is not what could be called noisy. I'm not saying that doing so is a
bad thing, I'm just trying to understand the way you do it.
I don't use RSS. I am browsing this pages from
Andrea Veri a...@gnome.org a écrit:
Sorry for the disturbance and thanks for your patience
And thank *you* for taking care of this. It really is appreciated, as
far as I am concerned.
foundation-list mailing list
Luc Pionchon firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit:
An association d'intérêt général is enough, which GNOME-FR qualify.
I can check the details.
Yes it is enough. But even that would require us to go through quite
some administrative hassle that we are not prepared for at the moment.
Erick Pérez Castellanos eric...@gnome.org a écrit:
My name is Erick Pérez Castellanos and I'm a new member of the
You are welcome, Erick!
I live in Cuba, and I've been helping with Gnome Contacts so far.
I'm looking forward to increase my contributions to Gnome.
Thank you very
Sriram Ramkrishna s...@ramkrishna.me a écrit:
For instance, having Plumbers conference with a desktop conference would be
quite interesting I think considering the direction we are moving towards.
A vertical platform, this might be more interesting.
I couldn't agree more, Sri. Thank you for
Martyn Russell mar...@lanedo.com a écrit:
On 23/05/11 12:02, Bastien Nocera wrote:
On Mon, 2011-05-23 at 09:29 +0200, Lionel Dricot wrote:
It is not only about having a page that list the
commercial support companies. It's more about a deep collaboration
between the foundation and the
Richard Stallman r...@gnu.org a écrit:
(I changed the Subject because I recommend that we not describe
potentially useful works of software documentation works as content.
That term denigrates the works.
See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/words-to-avoid.html@Content for the
guido iodice guido.iod...@gmail.com writes:
Pretty *all* marketing reaserches show that
companies choose FLOSS because this reasons:
* to escape from vendor lock-in
* to have the possibility to adapt software to their needs
* in general: flexibility
Do you have public pointers to some of
Le dim. 28 févr. 2010 à 02:43:40 (+0100), Philip Van Hoof a écrit:
I don't need the demeaning ethics-teachings that I should somehow be
religiously in love with this free software stuff. Why?
So when you don't like/need something that others say, said others have
to stop saying what they say?
Le dim. 28 févr. 2010 à 19:20:39 (+0200), Zeeshan Ali (Khattak) a écrit:
Thanks for your clarification. Thing is that Philip had been using
the word 'we' quite a lot in the recent endless discussions as part of
his crusade to draw a thick border between Free Software and GNOME.
Le mar. 23 févr. 2010 à 14:12:47 (+), Martyn Russell a écrit:
Actually, I think that the Red Hat maintainers of the toolkit had an
interest in stability (for ISVs) and that stifled development. As
such developing anything in GTK+ takes a lot longer than it should
and that's why it is
Le ven. 15 janv. 2010 à 18:57:52 (+0100), Dave Neary a écrit:
Philip Van Hoof wrote:
I fully agree with this statement if you replace free software with open
Please stop trolling. This is not going to lead to anything productive
Thanks Dave. I am coming late into this,
Le mer. 09 déc. 2009 à 14:45:55 (+0100), Philip Van Hoof a écrit:
This is nonsense. The planet-gnome slogan is:
Planet GNOME is __ a window into the world, work and lives __ of GNOME
hackers and contributors.
This is what made the planet a successful project, initiated by Jeff
Le mercredi 25 nov. 2009 à 10:35:46 (-0700), Stormy Peters a écrit:
When bad behaviour happens we talk about it a lot but nothing happens.
I respectfully disagree. There have been cases on our lists where people
did act like Dicks, in ebassi's words, and they have been frankly and openly
Le mercredi 25 nov. 2009 à 19:39:13 (+0100), Dave Neary a écrit:
Dodji Seketeli wrote:
Moreover if you informally compare the tone of the discussions on our
forum, I am
not sure it's any worse than, say on the linux kernel mailing list. But
at least on the lkml, if you misbehave
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What freedoms exactly?
The computer users I know can't code. What are they
going to with the source code they have the freedom to
I beg to respectfully (though strongly) disagree with you here.
If my mom in Togo cannot modify the source code herself, she can ask
one of her
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