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Jeff

Member Since 23 Nov 2010
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EFL 1.19.0 and Ephoto / Terminology 1.0

10 June 2017 - 06:09 PM

EFL 1.19.0 and Ephoto / Terminology 1.0 are now in the testing branch. 

Ephoto seems to bring a few good fixes with it. Really a slick application. Outside chance this EFL update fixes some Moksha hangs we have? Please test and let me know if it seems stable for you. 

Bodhi Linux 4.2.0 Relased

31 May 2017 - 06:16 PM

http://www.bodhilinu...4-2-0-released/

Tentative Bodhi 4.2.0 Discs

31 May 2017 - 03:36 AM

These passed my sanity checks, but I always like others to verify things look OK before declaring things a release. Please check out the ISO images here if you are interested in testing and let me know if everything looks ok.

 

https://sourceforge....ux/files/4.2.0/

 

Just a normal update release to keep the ISO images fresh. Things of note are a 4.10 kernel by default and Swami is now installed by default with the system modules that work. 

Swami Control Panel Priorities

01 February 2017 - 09:41 PM

Now that 4.1.0 is out the door and I have some weekends at home again, I am going to be spending my Bodhi time working on the Swami Control Panel again. The next module I want to finish up is the one for startup applications / commands (it will have a GUI for easily adding a single command to run at startup without creating complicated .desktop files). A start:

 

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After this I think I want to tackle rewriting the key bindings dialog. It desperately needs a search function in my opinion. The things you search through are so long and it can be easy to miss the thing you are looking for. 

After that what would you like to see rewritten next? What part of Moksha's settings that we inherited from Enlightenment gives you the most frustration?

 

Swami Source for those who Care: https://github.com/JeffHoogland/swami

Help Cleaning up the Wiki

29 January 2017 - 02:19 AM

Hey Folks,

 

I'd like to clean up the Bodhi wiki some. Glancing it over there are a lot of old references to Bodhi 3 and E19 from when we first stood up this page a couple years ago. The efforts to get things organized on there kind of fell apart when I took my Bodhi break for awhile, so I was wondering if anyone would like to help in getting them sorted out. Folks often ask how they can best contribute to the project and this is a great way for non-programmers to get involved.

 

The first step is simply going to be sorting through all the old pages and deleting / updating all the older references that do not apply to the current Bodhi 4.1.0 release. After that the next step will be organizing the remaining pages in a sane way that is easy to navigate.

You do not need any technical background to help out with this - just an OK grasp of the English language, a computer with internet connection, and familiarity with the current Bodhi desktop.

Just drop a post here if you have any interest in helping out and I can get you setup with a user account to edit the wiki.