Category Archives: Linux

Summary of 2016

So, 2016 has been a great year to me. Interesting in many aspects, but most has turned out to be for the better. I’ve gotten to know a bunch of awesome new people, I spoken about open source, Qt and Linux in Europe and USA, I’ve helped hosting an open source conference in Gothenburg, I’ve […]

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foss-north – Schedule available

Just a short update on foss-north – the schedule is up. We have a whole list of speakers that I’m super excited about and tickets are selling well. I still don’t know what to expect, but more than 1/3 of the tickets are gone and the sales numbers are actually even better for the full […]

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Vacation 2015

So, vacation has finally arrived in 2015. To the despair of some, and joy of others, the Swedish standard vacation is 3-5 weeks over the summer. I’ll be having five weeks of this year. So, what do you do with five weeks? Generally, I start out ambitious and end up in reality after 3-4 weeks […]

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Ardour 4 on Debian Jessie

The Ardour project just announced version four of the digital audio workstation. Debian carries version 3, so I decided to build version 4 myself. Here is a summary from what I learned. First of all, the Ardour people have written a building page and a list of dependencies. The do carry a set of patches […]

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Saving code

As you probably know by now, Gitorious is shutting down. A lot of history sits on that site, and much of the code is no longer maintained. Browsing around, I ran into the maemo-tools that has not been touched since 2013. There are still some useful stuff there, so I decided to save it. All […]

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meta-kf5 usable

Finally I’ve had the time to work over the final issues in meta-kf5. Right now, I build most tier 1 and tier 2 components. I’ve packaged most functional modules and integration modules from these tiers. When it comes to integration modules, there might be missing dependencies that need to be added – but that should […]

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Another hacknight in Gothenburg

The following announcement is in Swedish. Please ignore it if it does not make sense to you! Välkomna på foss-gbg hackafton!Den 28/5 17:00 träffas vi för att lära oss om GNOME.Andreas Nilsson och Mattias Bengtsson introducerar projektet, verktygen och hjälper er komma igång.Vid åttasnåret drar vi vidare och umgås över en öl.Pelagicore står för lokaler och bjuder […]

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Welcome to another hack-night in Gothenburg

This post is in Swedish, please ignore if it does not make sense to you. Välkomna till en hackafton den 23/4. Vi träffas och hackar på våra projekt, samt lyssnar till två korta föredrag. Vi bjuder på lättare förtäring under hackandet och sedan drar vi vidare till Biljardpalatset och umgås. Spelar licensen någon roll? Henrik o […]

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One week of Jolla

So I’ve enjoyed my first few days as a Jolla user. Before I start discussing Jolla and SailFishOS, something about my phone background. I’ve come from Symbian S60, to the N900, then N9 followed by various Androids before getting my Jolla just before Christmas (great timing – thanks!). This means that I came from a […]

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Qt 5 Cadaques release summary

Having announced yesterday, the reception has been fantastic! Over two thousand unique visitors from all over the world (see the map below) and almost 8000 page views. Add to this that we clashed with the Qt 5.2 release announcement, and I’m overwhelmed.

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