AUG
21
2006

Icecream Live CD

After having worked the whole week with an icecream farm at Rob's place,
I couldn't cope with the fact that my other pcs (two older linux machines, one windows macine)
are mostly idle... So I started the creation of a "OpenSuSE 10.1 Icecream Slave Live-CD"
(nice name eh ;-)

Beineri told me about Torsten Duwe's excellent live cd/dvd creation scripts. All I had to
do is setting up a new "icecream.config" file, a new package selection (text only minimal)
and run the scripts. 20 minutes later the 181 MB iso could be burnt.

AUG
18
2006

Unity fun

Hello again,

it's been a long time since I blogged last time. University really demands me, nowadays.
All exams are done since ~ 25 days, and well that means, hacking hacking hacking.

I'm at Rob Buis's place since last Monday and it has been a very productive & relaxing
week. We're hacking on Unity/WebKit (as you may have guessed), combined with a nice
ICECream setup (Hacking fun looks like this!).

APR
10
2006

The MacBook Saga

The MacBook Pro Saga finally come to a good end :-)
Rob & me patiently waited for the mbp (MacBook Pro),
and last friday it really arrived. I was very happy because
after just 5 minutes it was up & running, and as a Apple-newbie

MAY
18
2005

It's a long way to Rome.

The last weeks have been amazing, this is the only word I can
use to describe what happened in kdom/ksvg2/kcanvas development.

KCanvas has been rewritten some weeks ago to go back from the
old chunk-based rerendering algorithms to a new strategy, using

MAY
14
2005

My first blog entry :-)

Hello world,

I can't believe it - even I am starting a blog now :-)
I'll try to keep you up2date with the kdom/ksvg2/kcanvas
development process in future. Stay tuned!

Niko