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Posts Tagged ‘open-source’

Installing Gentoo on Android with chroot

Note: recently edited 8th Nov 2014 Installing Gentoo in a chroot alongside Android is easy, so if you already use Gentoo and have an Android phone, there’s really no reason why you shouldn’t do it. With a ginormous phablet like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and a bluetooth keyboard, you can get a super-mobile full […]

Hello SevenStrokes: Building websites … a little differently

A few months ago, Chris Paplinski, Nathan Charrois, Kaushal Inna, Andre Brokman, Kelsie Rose and I, Dion Moult, gathered to create a company. Today, we would like to present to the world: SevenStrokes. SevenStrokes is a web development company but with a few key differences. Firstly, we see websites as a service, not a product. […]

My latest architectural renders

Now that I’ve finished my second year of architecture, I’ve started to develop a much faster workflow when it comes to churning out architectural renders. From being asked to make animations within really tight schedules, to having to produce presentation-ready drawings in a short period of time, being able to do the graphical equivalent of […]

Tears of Steel open-source movie by the Blender Foundation out now!

http://tearsofsteel.org/

Game of Homes opening sequence animation

This week, and to be more specific, yesterday, today, and tomorrow, the Architecture Revue Club from the University of Sydney will present Game of Homes, the 2012 annual performance. As mentioned before, apart from musical director, I also did some AV stuff – such as this opening sequence. Check it out :) It was essentially […]

GitList – a great way to browse Git repos on your personal server.

Git is a very popular version control system or source control management application. It’s incredibly easy to use, really lightweight, and has a hassle-free workflow. Even when I’m working on projects without other contributors, I often still commit the code to a git repository just for its benefits. If you want to run a git server […]

GetKDE.org – the workspace, and what’s going on.

Some updates. Both for newcomers to GetKDE.org and those who have seen this project before, see the homepage, the explore page, and then finally, the page I’m writing about. Homepage has been updated too: And explore page updated too. Hope you like it. I have to apologise for only having the time to work on […]

GetKDE.org progress – Discover KDE!

For the impatient, here is a link to the new page, and for those who missed the last post, here is a link to the GetKDE.org homepage. Finally, here is a screenshot of the newly added Explore page: The homepage of GetKDE is essentially a hub with a teaser. The site structure itself is split […]

WIPUP 11.11.11 released!

WIPUP.org is an open-source web application built for one reason: to show the world what you’re working on. If you’re impatient, click here to check out the fresh WIPUP.org. I’m very happy to announce version 11.11.11 being released today. It’s the first non-alpha/beta release, which means that I’m confident that it does what it’s meant […]

WIPUP 22.04.11b released!

WIPUP is a way for you to share your long-term projects and discover the passions of others. Easter has started, and lots of interesting things are cropping up here and there – one of which is that WIPUP has seen a much-needed update. The last time this happened was way back in November, which is […]

The kde-www war: part 4

A brief history lesson. The introduction identifies KDE.org as a wall of text with a pretty frame and explains why there is a problem. Part 1 sets conversion goals on our two target markets. Part 2 restructures the sitemap to make sense. Part 3 dabbles a bit on concluding the design criteria for the homepage, […]

The kde-www war: part 3

Just a quick history lesson. In the introductory post we highlighted several tell-tale symptoms that KDE.org had a very big usability and design problem. In part 1 of the war, we discussed a back-to-basics question what are we trying to communicate, what are we trying to achieve, and outlined goals for our various target audiences. […]

WIPUP 24.11.10b released!

For the uninitiated, WIPUP is a way to share, critique, and track projects. Or more specifically, works-in-progresses. Us in the open-source community are constantly working on things, and being open-source, we like to share them. WIPUP was specifically built and tailored towards sharing works-in-progresses – ranging from a twitter-like update, to a fully formatted document […]

WIPUP 23.09.10b released!

Yep, WIPUP, the lightweight, open-source way to share your works-in-progresses just got a lovely update today. It’s a minor update but minor updates are needed sometimes. Check it out here, and read the release notes. The charming splash screen above was done by me on The GIMP. If enough people like it (just drop me […]

WIPUP 22.08.10b released.

Guess what’s new? Yep, it’s WIPUP again. This new version brings a bunch of polish and a nifty new revision feature for pastes. Check out the changelog, then check out WIPUP itself. If you do some webdev yourself, don’t forget that WIPUP is open-source and we’d love more coders.

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