I’ve been away for a couple of days due to a small increase work load from the University and the exams are somehow nearby.
Regarding openSUSE, I’ve builded already Compiz with the ‘glib main loop patch’, fixing some other minor issues on plugins packages, and still waiting on development on other stuff that might be interesting.
It’s time now to prepare the last packages for a mass upload into GNOME:Ayatana which should happen soon. I’ve also going to book some time in the next GNOME Team meeting to gather some information about the best way to do this.
I’m also happy that a couple of people jumped in and helped in the TODO tasks, this is the case of openSUSE contributor Malcolm Lewis.
This is just a small update on whats happening on Nelson’s land, as my private battalion of ‘twisted monkeys’ knows no rest. Now it’s time to scribe a couple of emails….
PS: I couldn’t forget to leave a public statement regarding the ‘Mister’ José Morinho, which wrote another glorious page for every Portuguese! More than a coach, not just a man, a warrior of Portugal!.
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