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Flock 2014 Day 3: Building an application installer from the ground up

PackageKit just isn’t a real solution. A software installer that actually deals with users’ needs is called for. This is a paraphrase of Richard Hughes first statement at his presentation on the GNOME Software and how to connect users to… Continue Reading →

Open a URL highlighted from anywhere on your desktop with this quick tip for Fedora

Sometimes when i am using certain applications (especially text editors), the applications themselves do not make URLs that are written out clickable and openable in my default browser. Usually, this would result in me having to highlight the link, copy… Continue Reading →

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