On Tue, 2011-02-08 at 11:45 +0100, René 'Necoro' Neumann wrote:
> Am 08.02.2011 08:08, schrieb Brian Dolbec:
> > Welcome back to everyone that is registered to gentoo-guis mail list.
> > This is perhaps a foolish test, since I may be the only one signed up at
> > this point. None the less, It should test that it shows up in the
> > archives :)
> Greetings :)
aha! It works :) and I'm not alone :)
So, to catch you up on the goings on lately...
We now have an overlay, ... gentoo-guis, for live ebuilds of our guis
projects and guis related projects. It isn't in the main list yet, but
After not hearing from sping, I forked layman, started overlord to keep
working on the rewrites and the api I did last year.
I rewrote the cli to use the new api, that was a 20-35% speed up, and
some other changes, improvements to the api,...
That lasted a about week. As of last night, I am the main dev/admin on
layman. sping did another release last night with any fixes, etc..
Layman has been moved to
instead of SourceForge for development. Transfered it all to me. So
now I have to port all my changes back to laymans codebase, not much of
a base change, but...
I added an irc data field to the repository info, so now I have to work
project as well to add that addition to the gentoo infra tools that
Wizzleby and I are collaborating on making kde and gtk fontends for
overlord/layman. Your welcome to join in if you have time. Your input
would be appreciated. I think I would call the frontends overlord
still. I really like that name :)
Anyway, it's good to hear from you :D
Brian Dolbec <brian.dolbec@...>