Hmm, to clarify the last diary entry ... Basically
every one doing something for SUSE Linux is "openSUSE staff member". In _no_ order of importance:
- The Novell/SUSE employees doing the packaging, integration etc. work
- The countless number of Testers and Bugreporters
- The folks helping on the mailinglists.
- The folks that helped manning the openSUSE booth at LT (and upcoming fairs).
- The folks fixing typos in the Wiki.
- ... meaning every one :)
But anyway, back to my opensource stuff...
My TWAIN -> sane/gphoto2 split got applied to WINE cvs and will be in Wine 0.9.13. So you can import your pictures into Picasa now. Sadly via a JPEG -> Bitmap -> JPEG route currently.
Peeked at the MTP developer kit. Now I know what the missing PTP opcodes mean, the 0x91xx set is for the Janus DRM, the 0x9201 one is for some strange "Buy Now(tm)" technology. Both not really necessary to implement for your music playing experience right now.
Interesting read on Windows Media DRM too, especially the fact that they planned that it will be cracked. The commercial vendors are learning from the DVD desaster.
And I watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 3 episodes. Evil Willow *rrrrrr* :)