I fixed the layout problems on the Links and Screenshots pages. I also added some more contact info to the Feedback page.
I committed EWL to CVS finally.
Tom Gilbert added the
autoconf/make goodies for me. You can get it from CVS by following
the instructions on the
page, and adding "ewl" to the list of modules to check out. See
my Download page for some Expect scripts
suitable for automatically updating CVS. Right now, EWL can
open a window, pack a button into a box, pack the box into the
window, and attach callbacks to all the widgets. Theming and
event propagation and a slew of other things work correctly, but
rendering is slow and layout is buggy. Unfortunately, I won't have
time to work on EWL until I get back -- from LA!
That's right, I'm headed to Los Angeles for a week. I'm leaving
tomorrow morning, and I'll be back on the 16th. I'll try and find
time to check my email, but I know that my sister's internet access
is probably pretty limited.
I don't have a Linux Advocasy page up just yet, but I was going to
put it right underneath the Uptimes list (on the left sidebar).
Fortunately for me, a power outage completely destroyed the uptimes
for my web server and my work machine. The previous uptimes were
48 days, 73 days, and 37 days (home, web, and work, respectively).
The Advocasy page will still go up eventually, but I was hoping to
have a >100 day uptime to entice people. Oh well.
I finally got around to installing
GNOME browser that uses the Gecko (eg Mozilla) rendering engine, but
doesn't have all the cruft (eg XUL, news and mail readers, etc etc).
Wow! It's dependencies are a bit heavy
(Mozilla M16 or later -- I'm
using the latest nightly build) and
Helix GNOME, but Galeon
itself is small (both memory and disk space wise) and much faster
Finally, I guess Tom is
telling the rest of the world about his new Linux programming job:
Not only is he going to be coding for $$ now, but he's also getting
a laptop and moving to London. Good work dude :). Okay, I'll see
everyone in a week.