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tinny

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  • tinny
    RE: MyPaint sign in need of UI programmers
    What language? What skills are you looking for?
    Link to this post 30 May 09

    What language?
    What skills are you looking for?

  • tinny
    RE: shell
    A shell is basically a piece of software that is used as an interface for human beings to input text commands to other applications resident on a computer (including parts of the OS core itself). [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_(computing)[/url]
    Link to this post 29 May 09

    A shell is basically a piece of software that is used as an interface for human beings to input text commands to other applications resident on a computer (including parts of the OS core itself).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shell_(computing)

  • tinny
    RE: Speeding up MySQL reads using noatime
    No journaling right? Wouldnt file system type selection also be important?
    Link to this post 29 May 09

    No journaling right? Wouldnt file system type selection also be important?

  • tinny
    RE: Desktop Environments
    I like GNOME myself, not because its the fastest desktop environment but because its solid and never lets me down. I have noticed that when software just works it helps me suppress my incessant need to tinker and so im ultimately more productive because of this.
    Link to this post 29 May 09

    I like GNOME myself, not because its the fastest desktop environment but because its solid and never lets me down. I have noticed that when software just works it helps me suppress my incessant need to tinker and so im ultimately more productive because of this.

  • tinny
    RE: Development bounty
    You could always browse through [url]http://sourceforge.net/[/url] and find a few projects you like the sound of and then follow their progress. After some investigation you could make a judgment call on which ones you think deserve your donation. Of course there are other ways to contribute. For instance software developers find it very helpful when users log bug descriptions for their software.
    Link to this post 28 May 09

    You could always browse through http://sourceforge.net/ and find a few projects you like the sound of and then follow their progress. After some investigation you could make a judgment call on which ones you think deserve your donation.

    Of course there are other ways to contribute. For instance software developers find it very helpful when users log bug descriptions for their software.

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