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  1. pip install pygobject

    This just happened.

    What that means is you can now install pygobject as you would any other module, with pip, in the comfort of your virtual environment:

    $ pip install git+

    Or, once it's been released (around mid-september):

    $ pip install …
  2. Play it Slowly in Fedora

    Some time ago, Alexandre told me about this really cool application he uses to slow down music in order to transcribe it: Play it Slowly.

    Since it's not in Fedora, I figured I'd package it quickly in a Copr, so he wouldn't need to install it manually.

    And then I …

  3. GNOME Builder copr now for Rawhide only

    GNOME Builder is under heavy development. This usually implies that such an application might require very new versions of its dependencies.

    Upstream recently bumped their dependencies, and now require things that are only in Rawhide.

    I have no intention to provide development builds of Gtk3 (among other things) in a …

  4. Bodhi 2 FAD

    I just came back from the Bodhi 2 FAD in Denver.

    I flew from Paris on Saturday 31st morning. Luke, Kevin, Ricky and I started hacking on Sunday morning, the other participants arriving during the day.

    The first two days, I started with many small things, as a warm up …

  5. gom in Fedora

    I've been experimenting with gom, the GObject datamapper recently.

    With a lot of help from Bastien Nocera, I eventually managed to get started using it as an experiment for one of my projects.

    I have to say I'm quite impressed. Sure, writing GObject code is super verbose, but then managing …

  6. New releases from the Cangjians

    It's been a few months since our last releases, and we have made a few bug fixes andimprovements since then.

    These are once more minor releases, preserving the API/ABI and without disruptive user-visible changes, so they should be really safe to update to even in stable distros.

    Fedora packages …

  7. The Cangjians wish you a merry Christmas

    About a year and a half ago now, we set out to fix what seemed to us like the one critical issue which was preventing broad adoption of Free Software in Hong Kong: the lack of a good Cangjie/Quick input method for IBus.

    And today, at the foot of …

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