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Why is there still no upnp plugin for totem?

Since coherence was removed for grilo, I've waited and waited with no light at the end of the tunnel.
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totem 3.12 has it all working in debian! aww yeah!
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I found this project while annoyed with owncloud.

It's very immature and doesn't sync folders, (just files so folders aren't deleted on each node.) But very soon I think we will have a decent sync alternative on our hands.
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Check this startup www.sherlybox.com there is used Raspberry Pi with Linux running and sher.ly as a service
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Looked for a fedora rawhide live cd to check out the gnome 3.11 beta...

Couldn't make that a more ridiculous process if they tried.
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1002 apps on f-droid.org is a great achievement for free software!
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is there a debian equivalent of red hat's virt-p2v?
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Ha. It never crossed my mind to use a live fedora image...
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Am I the only one that still uses synaptic?

These new package managers just don't display information in any format I find usable.

Synaptic using aptitude instead of apt would murder these crappy packagekit front ends.
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I'll use Synaptic at times to see what I want and then turn around and go to terminal, use apt-get to install it etc. It helps me stay in touch with terminal and get more practice and use out of it. Besides I find it quicker to use apt-get that way.
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Really happy with the gnome release. i think i might actually use this for my laptops over standard Debian. Especially if it keeps closer to the gnome releases. :)
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I recall seeing someone asking on the mailing list offering to help maintaining the GNOME packages, I'd be willing to help myself - currently a Fedora developer but I've considered applying to be a Debian developer in the past
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Does anyone install gnome from jhbuild? I'm a bit bored waiting for 3.10 and now that 3.12 is in beta we'll probably skip that release entirely.

I was just going to purge my desktop task  packages and start from scratch.
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+Xirrus, your xms server and appliance are the biggest pieces of shit i have ever used.

Not only does config deployment not work 80% of the time; it removes values from sections it's not even updating. (adding vlans to deploy later to new ssid's wipes the vlan from all existing ssid's in 90% of my AP's)
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Amen. Fuck you Xirrus.

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This isn't related to Debian but it kind of is.

I shared some photos of my son a few months ago who was diagnosed with middle to severe cerebral palsy.

I just wanted to share that we have been downgraded to mild which means he is on track to being a normal kid.

Because of this and the support of the Debian community I want to donate money to any member of the community, developer or not who has a child in a similar circumstance.

It would mean a lot to me to help them and please share with the greater Debian community.

Thanks.
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