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Gregor Petrin
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+Cédric Champeau is merging the pull request adding support for +Groovy on  #android , live on stage, at +GR8Conf !

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A little fun in the office :)

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Happy Friday, everyone! Here's an interesting map that compares the scale of Westeros, the world of +Game of Thrones to Europe (here on boring, old Earth). 

It's a big, scary place out there so stay safe this weekend. 
Winter is Coming April 6th.

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That's what I like to see! People getting together and building  something that others would think is impossible, like in this case a cellphone network.

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12 new features at 12:12:12 on 12/12/2012:

★ 40 NEW puzzles -> 100 puzzles total!
★ ASK FOR HELP with puzzles and share animated solutions!
★ iCloud SYNC for unlocked puzzles and modes!

★ SOLVED iPhone notifications hiding the tetromino - now also shown on the bottom left! (see Settings to turn it off/on)
★ NEW RECORD local high score notification!
★ CHRISTMAS surprise (hint: new Classic skin)!

★ GIFT this GAME button!
★ NOTIFICATIONS of achievement now customized and sliding up from the bottom edge!
★ Game Center offline mode tweaks - now syncs achievements and scores when coming back online!

★ check for other music playing even when just switching to foreground!
★ white screen fade tweaks - also see Settings!
★ "You won!" text in Nightmare on successfully merging all the blocks!

Anyone still thinking about it?

Then get someone to gift it to you, there's now a convenient gift button in the mode selection screen! :D

Or, well - just ask! :D
 We'll be happy to hand out some promo codes - got some new ones for the update, but as usual - not a whole lot. :)

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Good news, everyone using Windows: this is my preferred Linux photo management app.
digiKam compilation under Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 have been fixed. digiKam 2.6.0 will be also available under windows...

Learning Ruby on Rails after ~3 years of Groovy on Grails experience: at first glance, I have to say Grails are easier to setup, have more compact commands and need less arcane tricks to achieve your goals.

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