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What do you use daily?
Posted: 08/17/10, 8:44 pm
At some point I'm going to do posts with some software I use daily and can't live without. Most of them are alternative apps, but some are more interesting.
That brings about the question: What do you use daily?
Here is my little list to give you an idea:
• USB Disk Ejector
*just a game, but I do use it daily
Posted: 08/18/10, 6:46 am
Cross platform stuff:
Eclipse PDT http://www.eclipse.org/pdt/
Skype (although I don't recommend it)
Posted: 08/20/10, 7:48 am
It's a primitive tool but it gets the job done
Posted: 08/23/10, 5:34 am
Is it open source? There's some tweaks I'd like to make =P
Posted: 08/23/10, 5:56 am
Hope it's better than my primitive brain. It's dark in here, and I can only do one thing at a time. Sometimes I feel like no one understands me. >;}
Posted: 08/23/10, 10:15 am
Gerry wrote:Is it open source? There's some tweaks I'd like to make =P
Thank You for your interest.
At this time we have reached or exceeded the amount of users authorized to check into to the source tree.
However, we have an active user community that
generates good discussion and helpful tips about the latest iteration of Don_U. You might wish to use the current bug list and see if your idea has already been suggested or under review for implementation. The local development team takes great pride in the review process. They are very good at vetting past issues or problems until they are corrected. Again thank you for your interest.
Don_U project manager
Posted: 08/25/10, 11:48 pm
: Question - How do you sync Tomboy? I see something in the release notes about syncing, but not on the web site.
Posted: 08/26/10, 1:54 pm
Like the email Don
cuttheredwire wrote:Gerry: Question - How do you sync Tomboy? I see something in the release notes about syncing, but not on the web site.
Here you go: http://library.gnome.org/users/tomboy/s ... on.html.en
Although I've been using: http://www.starryhope.com/linux/2009/sy ... h-dropbox/
Posted: 09/05/10, 4:22 pm
What it be:
SciTE: programming editor simple and to the point;
VLC for radio streams;
I don't carry many keys