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August 2008

MacSlow’s Cairo-Clock

MacSlow’s Cairo-Clock created at February 7th, 2006 | Contents What’s it about? What does it currently look like? What’s themes are available? How to install/make custom themes? What’s needed in order to run? What quirks will be encountered? FAQ or “But what if… ?” Where do I download a version for my system from? What can be expected in the future? What’s it about? It’s an analog clock displaying the system-time. “So what?”, you might say, “There are about 1.023.493 of those already out there!”. Indeed there are and probably some more, but this one is a bit different. It leverages the new visual features offered by Xorg 7.0 in combination with a compositing-manager (e.g. compiz), gtk+ 2.10.x, cairo 1.2.0 and librsvg 2.14.0 to produce a time-display with pretty-pixels. What does it currently look like? Have a look at these screencasts of the current release. The left one shows new features and the right one goes through all themes coming with the 0.3.3 release…

January 2008

Labyrinth Map Your Mind

Labyrinth is a lightweight mind-mapping tool, written in Python using Gtk and Cairo to do the drawing. It is intended to be as light and intuitive as possible, but still provide a wide range of powerful features. A mind-map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other items linked to and arranged radially around a central key word or idea. It is used to generate, visualise, structure and classify ideas, and as an aid in study, organisation, problem solving, and decision making. (From wikipedia) Read more UBUNTU : AVAILABLE : DISPONIVEL NO ACRESCENTAR/REMOVER APLICAÇÕES

September 2007