Monthly Archives: May 2012
In short, I am going to GUADEC. The badge roughly represents my feelings about this: I will take my three GNOME hats: GSoC student — to meet all those involved in making the lockdown editor; translator from the Latvian team … Continue reading
My first mockup of the next incarnation of Pessulus: As you can see, it is very closely modelled on the old user interface. The basic idea is that the administrator selects a lockdown profile on the left pane and reviews … Continue reading
My first task was to identify, how would a locked down computer be used and by whom. The list so far: single purpose kiosk — users can see only pages of a particular site; Internet access point — users can … Continue reading
Recently I was accepted in Google Summer of Code program and my task is to revamp pessulus lockdown editor, to bring it up to date (dconf, GTK+3, etc.). In short, the plan is to make an lockdown editor, that is … Continue reading
Half a year ago the annual Google Code In contest was held. And, thanks to Andre Klapper’s enthusiasm, the GNOME Latvian localization team chose to participate and provide 20 translation tasks for secondary school students. Although the contest itself ended … Continue reading
Finally, after waiting almost half a year, Pentax forums published my tutorial of vacation picture post processing.