Mono 2.6 + MonoDevelop 2.2 on openSUSE 11.2
Fantastic news -- Mono 2.6 and MonoDevelop 2.2 are out! Be sure to read the detailed Mono 2.6 release notes.
Exciting updates on the road to Banshee 2.0
At the Gran Canaria Desktop Summit last week I demoed my new work-in-progress Netbook-focused interface to Banshee called Cubano.
Caught in the act
I could not believe my eyes as I covertly snapped this photo, just a block from the Fataga Hotel.
Cross Platform thoughts through the lense of Banshee
Banshee 1.3.2 on Mac OS X 10.5
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Jason Smith, who has been driving GNOME Do forward these past few months broke his laptop and is in need of a new one. If you can send a few bucks for the cause please follow the link to the PayPal or Fundable donation. Help keep Do alive!
Dear Firefox 3 Lazy Web
I've been using Firefox 3 Beta 2 for weeks now, and it's absolutely amazing. There's not much else to say other than that. Just a few quick points, and then I have a gripe.
Banshee 0.13.2 ... at last!
Only a few months overdue, we've finally released a new stable Banshee. This release includes a slew of important bug fixes and a handful of new features.
Plugins, Addins, Extensions, oh my!
We are hard at work on the next generation of Banshee, and I'll be posting details and juicy screencasts and screenshots soon. What I'm curious about now is what we should call Plugins in our UI. We use Mono.Addins in trunk now, and I have been thinking about renaming Plugins in the UI to something else, such as Extensions. My first thought was, "what does everyone else use?"