- Tasks (Todo lists)
- Background/automatic note synchronization/backup
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
We had a successful Tomboy Dev Meeting yesterday and now there's an updated RoadMap. What improvements can we look forward to in GNOME 2.22 (Tomboy 0.10)?
Friday, September 21, 2007
After two years of putting up with the Mountain West Conference's tactics of denying their loyal fans the joy of watching games from the comforts of their own homes, I really want to know who the greedy parties are. I mean, it's all about money, right?
Tomorrow, BYU plays Air Force and it's the first game this season I won't be able to watch on my TV. Why? Well, it's either Comcast, The Mtn., DishNetwork, or The Mountain West Conference who've plainly just become too greedy.
Who's fault is it? ARGH!!!!! Go sign this petition to voice your frustration too!
Thursday, September 20, 2007
We're putting together another Tomboy meeting to figure out what to do next, where to go, etc. If that interests you, please check out the proposed agenda and join us:
Monday, September 17, 2007
Congratulations to everyone who helped to make Tomboy 0.8 a reality! Congratulations also to Sandy Armstrong, one of Tomboy's newest maintainers, for making his first successful stable release for Tomboy.
Notable new features include:
- Note synchronization with a central storage location
- Improved DBus interfaces
- Mono.Addins are now used to build plugins
I've already submitted Tomboy 0.8 to openSUSE 10.3. Tomboy 0.8 in openSUSE 10.3 will additionally include the Tasks Addin. For any of you hard-core tasks junkies, I just committed the recent Tasks Addin fixes back into tomboy's SVN trunk. The eventual plan for the tasks feature will be to allow users to store/view tasks using Evolution Data Server.
Feedback on tasks (an idea in progress) or Tomboy in general is always appreciated!
Friday, September 14, 2007
- Keeping an eye on openSUSE 10.3 by installing each of the latest betas and reporting issues. It's looking better and better!
- Prepping for Tomboy 0.8 which will be released this weekend thanks to Sandy. Will be in GNOME 2.20 and openSUSE 10.3 RC1.
- Causing my head to spin with yast-gtk stuff, finally at least submitted one patch. Should make mmeeks happy :)
- Working on a Tasks Addin for Tomboy
- Attended portions of the first Utah Open Source Conference held in Provo, UT.
- Practing up on my guitar skills...gotta make my new strat proud.