It also has a great forum
Just don't mention identi.ca over there or it may turn into a ghost town too [/joke]
I posted on the SGU forum a few hundred times, but stopped as I mostly post on the JREF forum now. I'm Alan on both of those sites too.
Also, I used to post on the FSTDT forum as well, as Alwimo. Maybe over a thousand posts over the various iterations of that forum. I left because I met a boyfriend from there and he's now my ex and he still posts there.
If it is an update it's a piss-poor show for buyers of the humble indy bundle.
I'm sure that we will get all updates to the game as well.
EDIT: Yes, I loaded up the game which I bought through the humble bundle and it said there was an update and sent me to the company's website to download the patch.
Showing off the windows.
Is that the Xfce/GTK2 Greybird theme under GNOME?
It's the elementary/egtk theme, which can be found in the link below.
http://danrabbit.deviantart.com/art/ele … e-83104033
Greybird is a modified version of it.
I saw that background in the background art package that the elementary team put together.
I thought that where I had seen it before was on Windows 7 as one of the backgrounds that comes with it, but no.
Windows 7 comes with backgrounds in similar style though. Man, they do have some awesome backgrounds!
Yeah, I was thinking it was in the set of the flying turtle-based city.
Here's my current style.
Showing off the windows.
I'm listening to the most recent episode.
When I first started to listen to the show, I went back to the archives, and downloaded every episode.
Once when I was distro hopping, I forgot that I have neglected to back it up, and remembered about 10 seconds into reformatting my drive.
Man, was I pissed!
I went to the archives a couple of months ago and downloaded the earliest episodes, but they weren't the complete episodes. They ended abruptly.
Now I can't find the old episodes at all.
I think it's an improvement.
Fedora 15 coming with Gnome Shell by default sets it apart from other distributions at the moment, so I think that having that point of difference is a good thing. Distro variety is what makes it worth downloading something, to see what it's about.
It was just one of many Gnome 2.x distros. Now it's more interesting.
Being able to set up account permission in set-up solves something I stumbled on when I installed it in the past, too.
I listen to a lot of Linux podcasts (and podcasts in general), and Linux Outlaws is my favourite because it has great banter and a lot of content.
I look at the last few episodes and they are all about two hours long. And often, there's more than one a week. This is good because the quality is there too.
There is another podcast series with video, and you miss out on some things if you listen to just the audio, and watching a show drags more than listening to it when resting in bed or going for a walk.
Hello! My name is Alan and I am a Linux user and podcast fan. I also like science, with a focus on promoting quality science and criticising pseudoscience.
I volunteer at a mental health support service two days a week, 9 to 5. I am trying to get a paid job.
And I like videogames. I have a PS3 for those.
And I live in Melbourne, Australia.
My distribution of choice is Ubuntu. Although I'm nomadic with distros, I keep on coming back to Ubuntu.