Category Archives: Wogue Team
We just have a new template, which we name it Amelie \o/ Refresh your web-browser (3x Ctrl+F5)!
Hello everyone, my name’s Emily Gonyer! I’ve been involved with the GNOME Foundation for a little more than a year now as a contributor. I got started through the GNOME Outreach Program for Women which I participated in last winter, and was then a Google Summer of Code student working with Seif Lotfy & Allan [...]
..power by Linux of course! We moved from a 2GB Cloud Server in Rackspace to a 32GB Dedicated in Hetzner. The paradox is that we now save around $200 each month. Rackspace is a so cool company ..but paying money from our pocket wasn’t cool at all :) Our Google ads were covering only about [...]
You know there are some pages that say “12 users online”; oh well, we go one step further and we expose our full Analytics with Piwik. The reason isn’t to see our traffic, but to check some other cool things like the systems, the browsers, the mobile devices, etc, that people use. Okay, we haven’t [...]
One of the great things about on-line publications of articles that concern the authors ideas or opinion, share information, spread news and promoting quality is that the readers can agree/disagree, discus further and request for more specific info about something. You can’t do this on newspapers or the TV, but you can do it on the [...]
Hello! Some people already know that because we published it on our G+ page a week ago. We are going to release some promotional 3d animations for Gnome 3.6 and we need your feedback for our main character!
One of the things that are still not available yet is a GNOME Foundation official shop that will create a very nice and honest way to get more donations and income for the benefit of our favorite desktop environment. Thankfully, for those of you who want to buy something with the GNOME logo on it, [...]
Hello, Sometimes we might write things here that are totally wrong. Unfortunately this is unavoidable for easily understood reasons. But there is a way to fix it. We’re starting these “Ooops.. We were wrong” posts to correct our mistakes.
I am playing with the words; Gnome’s Hell stands for Gnome Shell and I am listing the 10 worst bugs of Shell as I think they are. I am sure everyone can have his/her own list ..and even larger ;) And I write a little bit more beyond this.
We just had an update few minutes ago to our page and the biggest change was the upgrade to the latest WP. Also we added a shortcut to activities (A) with some links inside and latest posts on our dock menu on the left.
Our first editorial !
We had an update today and I thought to quickly explain some concepts behind it becausel many people have commented or emailed us about our page design; so here it is.
This is our hundredth post! We got online same day with Beefy Miracle release in 29th of May and in less than a month we succeed 100 posts! For the curious in you we printed our visiting stats and of course the Mutter & Gnome Shell changelogs!
Here are some notes about the our blog, please read :)
Chrome is an unknown little application made by Google -an insignificant technology company- that help us to browse World Wide Web. Currently Chrome runs in a small number of Personal Computers and Mobile Phones, in some Tablet devices and in a few TVs. Well I wasn’t completely honest, but you already know that, don’t you? [...]
From time to time we will write in woGue topics that are outside GNOME’s sphere, but in some way relate in the Open Source context. What will be said below is just a utopic, dreamy suggestion. We don’t have the power to change the world ..and we know it.
That affects the template updates and not the posts. After spending 4-5h tonight and about ~30h in total trying to dynamically inject WP pages with jQuery Mobile, I realized that is impossible -at least for my skills. So I will move woGue to Twitter Bootstrap to accomplish the things we want. We are aware of the bugs and all missing [...]
Wow, we had a lot of people at the first few days! That was totally unexpected :) So we added some “like-buttons” on the end of each page! We are far from full speed, but you can share us to your friends, and more importantly you can involve with us! Thank you !
This is just another GNOME blog! Not really, this is the first fan blog totally dedicated on our favorite OS! You won’t find anything else here but GNOME! We’ll get you all the news from gnome.org, mailing lists, developers blogs, git etc. And there is more ! We’re gonna show you theming, customizing, tips and [...]