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Affichage des articles du juillet, 2015

See you in Gothenburg!

I'm glad to announce that I'm going to the 2015 edition of GUADEC!I'm delighted to be able to attend GUADEC for the second time, as my first experience in Strasbourg was extremely enriching. I hope I'll see lots of known and new faces. =) As an intern, I'll give a lightning talk about what I've done so far for GNOME Boxes.I would like to warmly thanks thanks the GNOME foundation for sponsoring by travel, especially the donors and the GUADEC team and the travel committee. It will be the first time I go to Sweden, I'm sure the trip will be fun.Vi ses i Göteborg!

GUADEC 2015 get its Beamer template!

Lasse and I spent some time recently to produce a Beamer template for GUADEC 2015. You can find it here: You can use it with Pandoc or directly with LaTeX. Example are shipped too:2015/ is a Pandoc example, build it with make pandoc to produce 2015/presentation.pdf;2015/guadec-example.tex is a LaTeX example, build it with make tex to produce 2015/guadec-example.pdf. I hope you'll enjoy it, feedback is welcome and if you have any problem don't hesitate to contact me (Kekun) or Lasse (sils) GIMPNet #guadec on GIMPNet.

Monster and Naoki Urasawa

MonsterThanks to summer granting me some free time, I've finally been able to complete the Naoki Urasawa's Monster manga series. If you don't know Monster, it's a psychological thriller telling the story of Dr. Kenzō Tenma, a young Japanese neurosurgeon working in Düsseldorf, who decided to save the life of the young Johan Liebert rather than the the one of the mayor the city who arrived at the hospital roughly later. His life then changed when a series of murders happened in the hospital, all of persons whose death would improve the hero's career, making him the prime suspect of these cases. But it turns out that the little boy he saved may not be innocent to this cases… This very well paced story—full of thrills and mystery and served on a background of dreadful psychological experiments—asks lots of questions about the price of life, the right to choose which life to save, the good, the bad, humanity, and ultimately, the price of death. All of that is very well pr…

Boxes' thumbnails overhaul

I recently spent quite some time reworking the overall look of Boxes' machine thumbnails. Here is the result. Stopped boxesUp until now, Boxes' stopped machines were represented by a black box. It was nice as it represented the idea of a shut down screen, but it was pretty hard to differentiate a stopped machine from a running one displaying a black screen. This was stated in bug #730258 where Jimmac suggested to follow this design where thumbnails are draw as gray frames with a medium sized emblem in their center, using the system-shutdown-symbolic icon to suggest the stopped state.Updating the other thumbnailsMachines under construction used to simply display their thumbnail with a spinner on top. This doesn't change but stopped machines being constructed now display their spinner in a frame, to be consistent with the new thumbnail for stopped machines.The default thumbnail for machines was a big computer-symbolic icon. It have been changed to the new gray frame style, ke…