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Martín Aguilar
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The sweet is never as sweet without the sour
The sweet is never as sweet without the sour

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Premian al argentino Adrián Paenza como el "mejor divulgador de matemáticas del mundo" http://goo.gl/sAaSud  
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Hey Guys!  I thought you may be interested in seeing our 45 Raspberry Pi cluster.  We built it to mine code off the internet for our Java code search engine research project: http://codeexchange.ics.uci.edu .
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Videos para el almuerzo.

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Guys, i've recently installed Fedora 19 and moved to XFCE instead of KDE. I'm loving it, it is clean and fast. There is only one thing i am missing from KDE and it's the ability to show all-open-windows (i don't know the name for that, its not the same as alt tab, i added a photo to demonstrate. Is it called window picker?). Anyone knows if is this possible in XFCE?

Also, KDE has the same thing but for workspaces, so it is really easy switching from one window to another, even if it is on a differente workspace and you have 40 windows open. If i had to do that using alt tab i would take ten times more time hehe.

Thanks guys!

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This is fascinating, for anyone who wants to do peer-coding.

Hi guys! im needing some basic help. I'm making a simple gui with gtk3.0 glade and C. I need to make something like a login, for now it will only be a button that switches to another window. My question is, what is the correct way of switching to other window? (bah, it is not a new window, it should be the same, but a totally different layout) should i make a whole new top level window, "clear" the old one (leaving the top bar) and show new widgets, or what?

thanks in advance :)
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