Monthly Archives: July 2011

Bash on Balls

Yey! Finally, a web framework written in bash! Brilliant idea, along with a clever selection of words for its name! This is the description according to its authors: This is a fully-featured web platform for everyone’s favorite scripting language: bash. …

KDE development environment in Gentoo

Introduction As a KDE packager, I usually have to write and test patches, especially build system related (Examples: Choqok, Amarok, Plasma and happy KStatusNotifierItem’d Akregator and Kaffeine, they don’t look ancient any more ). Gentoo, as a source based distro, …

openSUSE Collaboration Summer Camp 2011 report

The Greek openSUSE Community took a great initiative, to combine summer holidays with FOSS contribution. This resulted in an awesome three day event, that included workshops, translation marathons, swimming and lots of beers. We ended up having a great weekend, …

Okupy – Report #5

Quick summary: I’m writing a CMS for the Gentoo website, that will offer an LDAP web interface, plus it will replace Gorg and provide Beacon as WYSIWYG editor to edit the XML file Two important things hapenned: 1) I passed …

Okupy – Report #4

Quick summary: I’m writing a CMS for the Gentoo website, that will offer an LDAP web interface, plus it will replace Gorg and provide Beacon as WYSIWYG editor to edit the XML files. This is going to be small but …

openSUSE Collaboration Summer Camp 2011

Summer in Greece! Is the weather too hot for you to code or contribute to your favorite FOSS project? Do you need some motivation and a refreshing swim? Come to our Summer Camp! The Greek openSUSE community is organizing its …