I know I’ve been away for a while, but that was for some very good things. I’m working a lot about big articles and projects and you will have the results very soon. For the most impatients, here is the road map:
- YaPeTaVi is actually in a big evolution. I’m working on big structural changes on the project that will lead to very good improvement. First, the filters configuration page will change totally. The actual system is going to disappear making place to a list view and contextual form system. Additionally, many more information will be available such as second and third ionisation energy, a brand new discoverer list with short biography, some pictures with descriptions for each element (photo in bitmap and electronic configuration in SVG). Last but not least a more user-friendly interface, with a new contextual help system. More is still to come
- The part II of the article « Building KDE 4 from trunk » is in preparation phase. After some work and many hours of compilations, I’ve decided to change my first idea that was to send a new post on this blog with uptated information. As there’s huge possibilities and many good experiences, I’m working on a big and complete alternative tutorial to the one given on the official KDE techbase website. Unfortunately, as I’m mainly working on Debian, the tutorial will probably be a bit Debian specific. That why this page will be updated regularly regarding your feedback and advices
- Then you probably remember my article about building a router with a good old computer and Linux. An update will soon come with support of uPnP (universal plug and play) which is a very safe and practical way to automatically configure router regarding the application you are using. Unfortunately this is taking time as I need to do many research to do this correctly.
This is a huge and very interesting program, so, see you soon…