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  1. , I put up some more content on the gtk2-perl wiki page, and Torsten Schoenfeld already helped fixing my typos (kudos, Torsten). So, I hit the gtk2-perl mailing list with the announcement of our wiki page.
  2. , I’ve put up a stub page for the gtk2-perl bindings on the Gnome Live! wiki. I’ll soon fill it up with pointers to developer resources, programs and tutorial. I’d like that every gtk2-perl developer use it for public coordination and planning, instead of relying on private email …
  3. , I’m the process of writing the Perl bindings for DBus, the New! And! Improved! IPC mechanism, which is spreading throughout the entire Linux desktop scene. Since I’m binding the GLib interface, the choosen namespace is DBus::Glib; I also plan to add the low-level stuff inside …
  4. , Last month I have found some time to hack again on the Gnome2::GConf module, the Perl bindings to GConf. IOI wrapped the GConfEngine low-level stuff, and rewrote the entire error handling layer. While I was at it, I began thinking of a simple Perl module containing GConf-bound widgets, as …
  5. , Ubuntu Linux Installation Notes I’ve recently purchased a Packard Bell EasyNote (E6300) notebook. After removing Windows XP that comes pre-installed (you might want to try and get your money back; I just didn’t think that it was worth the troubles, paper and phone-time), I’ve installed Ubuntu Linux …
  6. , to do I’m the maintainer of the Italian localization (l10n) of SLRN, the Usenet news reader. I also write and maintain some macros for SLRN. GnuPG + SLRN This macro permits to sign articles with GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG), or Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). It also consents to verify signed …
  7. , Description Deadline is a simple application, written in Perl using the Gtk Perl bindings, that manages deadlines, that is tasks with a definite due time. It stays in the notification area and shows an icon depending on the state of the deadlines. Installation In order to install Deadline you must …
  8. , Some software I write and/or maintain.
  9. , Gnome Hello is a simple Perl application showing how to create a Gnome project using the Perl language, the Gtk/Gnome Perl bindings and some autotools-fu in order to build and maintain the project. Download Gnome Hello Perl 0.5 1. Tree Initialization First of all, create a directory using …
  10. , I’ve just downloaded the gnome-keyring-manager application, written for the GNOME Love effort, in order to see its new UI; along the way, I decided to give a look to the gnome-keyring library. The more I look at gnome-keyring.h, the more I regret had having breakfast this morning. Using …

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