Saturday, December 3 2011

Compiz Settings Manager (ccsm) and Priority/Control issue
[03:39:39] matt []/Psi.generay We got new development boxes at work, so I set-up a fresh install of Debian testing. It seems like there's a bug in ccsm which prevents a user from adding the control key to any key combination. Instead it reads as "priority" which doesn't do a darn thing, and in fact doesn't get saved as part of the key stroke.

The work around is to edit the compiz config file (which is probably $HOME/.config/compiz/compizconfig/Default.ini) and add "<Control>" to any key combinations directly.

Wednesday, September 8 2010

[14:17:11] matt []/Merch MeeGo is effectively killing the best part of Maemo, the community. The draft of the spec is in RFC stage, but it sounds like it'll be an up-cliff battle at this point for MeeGo to have a full-fledged dependency-checking package managent system. Instead, the steering committee (Intel and Nokia) are hoping to convert it to use a restricyed Android/IOS packaging model in the hopes, apparently, of catching-up with the other platforms. The packaging system for Android is a simplicity for the system; it isn't an ideal, and it certainly isn't the secret sauce. If Nokia wants to try and copy Android/IOS it should look to the the development model (actions) of Android and the perceived simplicity of IOS' UI.