Older blog entries for martin (starting at number 2)

So another day has passed now.

Did a lot of work on the multiload applet today. We can now have several cpuload applets with different size and configuration etc. Also added a nice load average applet.

It's already late at night and slowly getting time for me to go to bed now. Another long night of GNOME hacking has passed ...

First of all, I finished my docbook-gnome debian packages and made them apt-getable on my site. This is very cool since it makes this docbook stuff much easier on Debian now.

I also wrote the missing announcements about LibGTop 1.0.7, and 1.1.5 and probably made people that confused with this that I needed to write another mail explaining people which one of them to use.

Also send the announcement of GTop 1.0.7 so people now know that there's a nice manual which has been written by Telsa Gwynne and which they can now read to understand what Gtop does.

Finally, updated my homepage - after Jacob changed the layout of the GNOME FTP site, many of my links have gotten invalid and it was time to fix them. At this occasion, I also put the recently released tarballs and their announcements on the site.

The html versions of the LibGTop 1.1.4 and 1.1.5 annoucements are still missing, but I need to look at this stuff anyways when I do some more work on the documentation for 1.1.x somewhere in the next few weeks.

After nearly two weeks of absence I'm now finally back. That exam in measure theory was good and I'm very confident that I passed it.

Now it's time for me to start with GNOME hacking again.

After implementing panel size and orientation hints in the multiload applet and I'll later on write the missing announcements for the GUADEC CD's LibGTop + GTop released I did on wednesday and read all my yet unread mail ...

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