|Rodrigo Fernandez (zordor) Mis ordenadores|
Los ordenadores que tengo y porque los tengo, por cierto, creo que dejare de poner todos los micro podcasts por aqui demasiado ruido. Ya os contare donde seguirlos, pero de momento:
|December 17, 2013 05:31 AM|
|Rodrigo Fernandez (zordor) Almost Human|
Un segundo capitulo de este podcast, hablando de Almost Human, una de las series de esta temporada, sin duda a la que mas sigo de cerca y a la que espero que mejor le vaya.
|December 16, 2013 03:07 AM|
|Rodrigo Fernandez (zordor) Maleducada netiqueta|
Llevaba tiempo dandole vueltas a la idea de comenzar un podcast. Los podcast son algo que siempre me han gustado y llegue al sexto capitulo de mi podcast mochileando, del que estoy muy contento, pero me llevaba mucho tiempo hacerlo. Tiempo es algo que no tengo ahora. La solucion aparecio delante de mis narices! Spreaker, puedo hacer podcast con calidad bastante decente y publicarlos desde el movil!!
Pues aqui esta el primero de muchos:
Tengo que hacerle su propio feed y darle cierta entidad. alguien quiere hacerme un jingle de bienvenida?
|December 13, 2013 02:42 PM|
|Carlos García Campos WebKitGTK+ Hackfest 2013: The Network Process|
As every year many ideas came up during the WebKitGTK+ hackfest presentation, but this time there was one we all were very excited about, the multiple web processes support. Apple developers already implemented the support for multiple web processes in WebKit, which is mostly cross platform, but it requires the network process support to properly work (we need a common network process where cookies, HTTP cache, etc are shared for all web processes in the same web context). Soup based WebKit ports don’t implement the network process yet, so the goal of the hackfest became to complete the network process implementation previously started by EFL and Nix guys, as a first step to enable the multiple web processes support. Around 10 people were working on this goal during the whole hackfest, meeting from time to time to track the status of the tasks and assigning new ones.
After all this awesome work we managed to have the basic support, with MiniBrowser perfectly rendering pages and allowing navigation using the network process. But as expected, there were some bugs and missing features, so I ran the WebKit2 unit tests and we took failing tests to investigate why they were failing and how to fix them.
So, we are actually far from having a complete and stable network process support, but it’s a huge step forward. The good news is that once we have network process implemented, the multiple web processes support will work automatically just by selecting the multiple web process model.
All this sounds like a lot of work done, but that’s only a small part of what has happened this week in Coruña:
And I’m sure I’m missing more great stuff done that I could not follow closely. It’s definitely been a very productive hackfest that it would haven’t been possible without the sponsors, Igalia and the GNOME Foundation. Thanks!
|December 12, 2013 06:09 PM|
|Carlos Garnacho (garnacho) Old times, new times|
The facts narrated here happened on early November, but I’m apparently blog-constipated, hence the extra month…
So, after an overall of 6.5 years working on Lanedo (and former Imendio), I made my last day there on October 31st. After all that time, I consider it a privilege having worked with them, they’re a smart bunch and I’m very sure they’ll be doing fine
After that? Shiny new times, this happened:
On November 1st I joined Red Hat! And so far it’s been an incredible experience. With them, I’ve spent much of my time tinkering, surrounded by tablets, touchscreens and other input devices, and will be doing so in the foreseeable future, so expect bursts of activity around the input area .
|December 03, 2013 08:03 PM|
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