Since one year now, I’m working on a great project named Blue Mind.
This is a professional groupware including mail, contact and calendar using new web technologies, off-line mode, mobile device synchronization and lots more stuff.
We want to offer a powerful but user and administrator friendly software.
A new attractive adventure !
Juste a little post to announce Plomino in the cloud openning !
You can get a personal plone instance for free and instantaneously, including 5 support tickets !
Support and services are offered by Makina-Corpus, where the Plomino manager Éric Brehault is working.
Success to Plomino in the cloud !
Since a moment, I was unable to import photos from my camera (Canon Powershot A720 IS) using ghtumb.
When I plug my camera on USB, I’m getting gnome dialog box, asking me to ignore or import photos. If I choose import option, ghtumb start but don’t show anything.
After searching a long, I note that Rhythmbox show my camera as an audio player… In rhythmbox, I uncheck the “Portable player – MTP” plugin and restarted. After that, ghtumb is able to import my photos from my camera again. Seems that there is a conflict between ghtumb import photo and the rhythmbox “Portable player – MTP” plugin.
I’m using Debian SID (gthumb 3:2.11.5-4, libgphoto2-2 2.4.6-3, rhythmbox 0.12.8-2).
[update] Known bug.
Since my last Debian upgrade, I was unable to get Xorg starting. After reboot, Xorg freeze, using 100% CPU…
My NVidia configuration was up for 2 years, and all Debian upgrade works well. As an Open technologies fan, my first response was : “Putin de pilotes propriétaires…*”. It seems to me that the only non-free software used was the problem.
Very experimental Lenny and SID Cyrus-imapd-2.4 packages are available from ChezOuam repository.
There is activity about this on Debian Cyrus Team development mailist this month.
As explain, official Debian packages comming soon !
I hope that Debian official real activity will continu, and Cyrus 2.4 be available – at least – in experimental soon (dream about Squeeze1…). If so, my own packages are already deprecated ! If I can help, I will help official team.
Migrating to Debian Squeeze on ChezOuam host done.
Last week-end, after consulting the Debian release-critical status pages and checking that there is no critical bugs with needed main services, I decide to migrate my web server to Squeeze.
This migration need ~5 hours (including download). No real problem were encountered.
I added debian mirror service on ChezOuam network.
You will find on it all sort of packages that I create/modify some of them are very specifics, others are tests/changes that I done on third part software/package.
I put them on this mirror mainly because of :
- don’t install anything without a package on my computers
- development purposes (ie: using to test changes done on third part packages)
- waiting for a better place
More informations there.
It’s never too late. Today, the wiki part of ChezOuam website was updated to the latest version of Dokuwiki.
After a long time of [poor |in]activity, ChezOuam website is ready for heavy use !
As you can see, my blog is running WordPress 3.0 now !
2 days ago, my blog was based on wordpress 2.5.1. I upgraded it to 2.9.2 yesterday, and today 3.0 is out. Upgrade is so simple (I don’t use plugins for now !) that I upgrade to this new version immediatly.
hm, what’s it… Since my last Debian update (about 1 week), this site was out of order. I think this is the most unpercieved web site failure, but I be keen to write a post for history, and, I hope, don’t forget this dark chapter.