Posts tagged 'ppa'

UDS-L, Dallas Day One

Well, I finally made it to a Ubuntu Developer Summit. It’s been great to put some faces on the names I interact with on mailing-lists and read in changelogs.

I don’t really have much to pontificate on so this will be quick, but there are a couple things ...

Bazaar Explorer 0.9.0 Now in PPA

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One of the things that I’ve always loved about bzr is that it is a powerful yet intuitive solution for version control. Now Bazaar Explorer, a wonderful cross-platform Qt-based GUI front-end to the Bazaar VCS, is making it even easier. Whether you’re just getting started with DVCS or ...

GNOME-Colors in Karmic

GNOME-Colors

With hundreds of thousands of downloads on GNOME-Look, GNOME-Colors (and its friends Shiki-Colors and Arc-Colors) is with out a doubt one of the most popular themes around for the GNOME desktop. It’s no surprise with  six different color themes and the ability to match you icon theme ...

PPAs and Daily Builds

So earlier today I was throwing together a script to publish bzr snapshots to a PPA. My use case was pretty simple. It’s a debian native package. So the packaging and upstream are one and the same, so no need to merge branches or make sure patches apply cleanly ...