This is going to be a sorta longish post about GNOME vs KDE which has been done to death ad nauseum but its something that I feel I should have written a long time ago.
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This post would be a bit longish as it would talk/share about the last day of the minidebconf
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This post attempts to continue chronicling the minidebconf mangalore day 0. Mind you it will be a bit longish as I would also be attempting to chronicle stuff I had pending for sometime in here as well as some update news.
This is going to be a longish post about the still transition in GNOME 3 and simultaneously ongoing GNOME 3.2 transitions.
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This longish post would attempt to chronicle some of the experiences on day 2 of #minidebconfpune(the final day of MiniDebconf 2011)
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This post is going to be a short one on how transitions occur in Debian as well as how sometimes the developers delay a transition for multiple reasons.
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This post attempts to share some of the happenings and discoveries I made in Debian last week and some expectations from FOSS role-playing games
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This longish post attempts to shed light on a new functionality while upgrading called deb-delta and how it can save some bandwidth and some issues therein.
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This post attempts at some explorations I did in the Debian world and some surprising results.
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The post attempts to illustrate some of the confusing issues I’m trying to navigate through while installing gnome-shell. Comments welcome
This post attempts to share/describe the goings on in this month’s PLUG meet.
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This post would try to capture few of the things I had thought I missed and some things which are surprising
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