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June 2009

Bluemindo - Simple but powerful audio player

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Play your music with Bluemindo Bluemindo aims to provide a very simple audio player under GNU systems in PyGTK, without any GNOME dependencies. Actually, there are a few players that make everything (but the coffee). That's not our goal: with Bluemindo, you can play your music. That's all

Documentation - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation (FSF)

Documentation of the GNU Project GNU and other free documentation can be obtained by the following methods: * The Free Software Directory includes links to documentation. * Most GNU manuals are online in various formats. * planet.gnu.org is an aggregation of blogs and news announcements from GNU packages. * changelog.log is an aggregation of ChangeLog entries from GNU and GNOME projects. * FSF online store: Printed books, T-shirts, posters, and more. * Free books from other publishers: Printed books from other publishers using free documentation licenses.

April 2009

GParted -- Frequently Asked Questions

GParted FAQ 1 : What are the dependencies of GParted? You will need Parted >= 1.7.1 and Gtkmm >= 2.8.x Get Parted from http://www.gnu.org/software/parted/ and Gtkmm from http://gtkmm.org/ Also, several file systems are supported through their native tools. See the features page for more information on these tools.

GParted -- Screenshots

Screenshots Well, here it is.. the most popular part of any projectpage :) Hopefully this will give you an idea of what GParted looks like.

November 2008

“GNOME Do Plugin Development” branch in Launchpad

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GNOME Do Plugin Development Project: GNOME Do Plugins Status: Development Get this branch: bzr branch lp:do-plugins Upload URL: Members of GNOME Do Plugins Team can upload to this branch. Log in for directions. Branch format: Branch format 6 Repository format: Packs containing knits without subtree support

GnomeDo/Plugins - Ubuntu Wiki

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Do 0.5.x: As of GNOME Do version 0.5 all plugins listed as "working" or "stable" can and should be installed using the "Plugins" tab in GNOME Do's preference window. You also can manually install plugins by putting the DLL file in ~/.local/share/gnome-do/plugins and restarting GNOME Do.

GnomeDo/Use - Ubuntu Wiki

Start GNOME Do by selecting the GNOME Do entry in the Applications > Accessories menu, or by executing the command gnome-do. Once the application is running, you can summon it by pressing Super Space. On most keyboards the super key is the same as the Windows key or the Command key. If you'd like to use a different keybinding for GNOME Do, see #Configuration. You should see a dialog with a search icon and two panes in the center of your screen. The pane on the left is the item pane, which shows the item you have selected, and the pane on the right is the action pane, which shows the action you wish to perform on the item.

Main Page - GNOME Do Wiki

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GNOME Do (Do) is an intelligent launcher tool that makes performing common tasks on your computer simple and efficient. Do not only allows you to search for items in your desktop environment (e.g. applications, contacts, bookmarks, files, music), it also allows you to specify actions to perform on search results (e.g. run, open, email, chat, play)

September 2008

A powerful, speedy, and sexy remote control for your GNOME Desktop

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A powerful, speedy, and sexy remote control for your GNOME Desktop. Oh, and it's powerful, speedy, and sexy on other GNU/Linux desktop environments, too! GNOME Do allows you to quickly search for many items present in your GNOME desktop environment and perform useful actions on those items. GNOME Do is inspired by Quicksilver and GNOME Launch Box.

August 2008

May 2008

GParted -- Welcome

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Gnome Partition Editor GParted is the Gnome Partition Editor application. Before attempting to use it, here is some basic background information. A hard disk is usually subdivided into one or more partitions. These partitions are normally not re-sizable (making one larger and the adjacent one smaller) The purpose of GParted is to allow the individual to take a hard disk and change the partition organization therein, while preserving the partition contents. GParted is an industrial-strength package for creating, destroying, resizing, moving, checking and copying partitions, and the filesystems on them. This is useful for creating space for new operating systems, reorganizing disk usage, copying data residing on hard disks and mirroring one partition with another (disk imaging). GParted uses GNU libparted to detect and manipulate devices and partitiontables. Several (optional) "file system" tools provide support for file systems not included in libparted. These optional packages will be detected at runtime and do not require a rebuild of GParted. GParted is written in C and uses gtkmm for its Graphical User Interface (GUI). The general approach is to keep the Graphical User Interface as simple as possible. Every attempt was made to conform to the GNOME Human Interface Guidelines. GParted comes under the terms of the General Public License

February 2008

October 2007

GnomeArt/Tutorials/GdmThemes - GNOME Live!

Creating GDM Themes HOWTO Creating your own theme It is always easier to start off of an existing theme, rather than doing it from scratch. In general, the first item to be changed is the background image. The background image must be at least as big as the screen resolution. In order to make the theme suitable to other users, it is a good idea to use at least 1600x1200 pixel images, as they look sharp even on high-resolution screens. A small image can also be used, but it will loose quality when expanded. The image must be placed in the theme directory and declared in the xml file as follows:

September 2007

.: my own private chaös :.

WHAT IS THIS? Camera Monitor is a little tray system icon that notifies you when your Webcam is on. It is designed for the GNOME desktop, but will work as well on KDE and XFCE. Camera Monitor is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License

kubuntu wiki

Kubuntu and Ubuntu are not meant to be seen as distinct projects; Kubuntu is part of the Ubuntu project, and they are both part of one development team that contributes to the whole. Kubuntu is Ubuntu with a different default setup, the Ubuntu CD contains only GNOME as a desktop environment; the Kubuntu CD contains only KDE, this is the primary difference.

August 2007

GtkGLExt

GtkGLExt is an OpenGL extension to GTK+ 2.0 or later written by Naofumi Yasufuku, and maintained by Tim Shead. It provides additional GDK objects which support OpenGL rendering in GTK+, and GtkWidget API add-ons to make GTK+ widgets OpenGL-capable. Unlike Jane Loff's GtkGLArea, GtkGLExt provides a GtkWidget API which enables OpenGL drawing for standard and custom GTK+ widgets. gtkglextmm, a C++ wrapper for GtkGLExt, is also available. C++ programmers can use it to write GTK+-based OpenGL applications using gtkmm 2. PyGtkGLExt is a Python language binding for GtkGLExt. Python programmers can use it to write GTK+-based OpenGL applications using PyGTK 2.

OpenGL

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PyOpenGL is the cross platform Python binding to OpenGL and related APIs. The binding is created using the SWIG wrapper generator, and is provided under an extremely liberal BSD-style Open-Source license.

SVG cards

SVG-cards is a deck of cards entirely made using SVG. It has been released under the Lesser GNU Public License, so feel free to use it wherever you want, like web pages, games, the GNOME desktop, the KDE desktop, and so on... You can print them on your color printer and make real cards or T-shirts as well. The kings, queens and jacks are based on the french design, just because I find them beautiful. You can draw a card either by rendering the file onto a pixmap and clipping each card manually or by using the card's name through a DOM interface. All cards are embedded into a SVG group.