Monthly Archives: August 2014

Personal clones on KDE infrastructure

I’m doing a little work on Tupi — the 2D animation application that joined the KDE community some months back — so that it builds on FreeBSD (the C++ code is wonderful, but the build system is qonf, which is not). This … Continue reading

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Prep for Akademy

In preparation for Akademy I wanted to swap out the drive from my laptop — which is full of work-work things — and drop in a new one with stuff I actually want to have with me at Akademy, like … Continue reading

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My Akademy schedule

I for one applaud the decision to put Akademy-badges on the KDE community wiki. I was afraid I was going to have to apply my awesome Kolourpaint skills again. Albert’s reminder has caused me to figure out my reasons for attending Akademy this year. So … Continue reading

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SVN-to-git bridge (for practice)

Some time ago, I wrote that I needed to be less of a scaredy-cat about git (in particular so as to get back into KDE development, and the rat’s-nest of git repositories there was scaring me off — in that … Continue reading

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