Tom Hacohen | 30 Sep 14:34 2014

[E-devel] Enlightenment Developer Day 2014 - CFP nearly closing

Hey everyone,

We will be closing the CFP this Friday (3rd of October), and publish the 
schedule soon thereafter (the following Monday the latest).

This means that if you would like to give a talk, you should update the 
proposals area on the wiki here:
https://phab.enlightenment.org/w/events/enlightenment_developer_day_2014/

If you already did that but marked yourself as "(if available)", or if 
you can't give the talk anymore, please update the wiki and let us know.

Also, it might be a good time to polish your talk titles and finalise 
them, so they look nice in the schedule.

--
Tom.

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ChunEon Park | 29 Sep 14:24 2014

[E-devel] Preparing EFL Korea Seminar

Hi, This is Hermet.

I and SeoZ 're planning 2nd EFL Korea Seminar for EFl Korea Community continued to last year.
The purpose of this seminar is not only for introducing EFL to developers in Korea but sharing EFL
information each others.
Im expecting students, 3rd party developers, Samsung engineers... and some efl korea commnunity members
will attend the event.

Im trying to reserve the seminar room in Kangnam.
It's gonna be held on 25th(Sat)/Oct from 13:30 to 18:00. (If the place is not available, the date could be
changed.) 

Here is the sessions of the main event.

Opening (10 min) - Hermet
Introduction of EFL and Enlightenment (30 min) - Hermet (NOT CONFIRMED)
Getting Started - Writing EFL App (30 min) - WooChan Lee
Various widget themes with Elm Theme Viewer (20 min) - SeoZ
Scalable GUI in EFL (30 min) - JaeHwan Kim
EDC Programming with Enventor (30 min) - JaeHyun Jo (NOT CONFIRMED)
Webkit EFL (30 min) - Ryuan (NOT CONFIRMED)
Enlightenment Window Manager (30 min) - Raster
Closing (10 min) - Hermet

In the last year, the count of the attendees was around 35, 

but I'm expecting more than 50 people will attend this seminar,
since Tizen and EFL have been much more spreaded.
Even I checked about 150 members have joined in our efl korea community additionally since the last year.

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Graham Gower | 28 Sep 13:42 2014
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[E-devel] libeeze.so: undefined reference to `udev_device_set_sysattr_value'

Hi,

I've attempted to build using the easy_efl.sh script and received the
build error referenced in the subject (full build log follows
message).

Is there a particular version of udev that is required now, but hasn't
been put in the autoconf goo? I have udev 182 on a linux distro
without systemd.

Reverting commits f15f875fa90cd66955ad16095a49e630d80093b0 and
4483ef20d33e9207e8791baf8af10b12d37c7753 allowed me to build
successfully.

-Graham

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EASY_EFL 1.6.2 CMD: ./autogen.sh --prefix=/opt/efl
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autoreconf: Entering directory `.'
autoreconf: running: autopoint --force
autoreconf: running: aclocal --force -I m4
/usr/share/aclocal/imlib.m4:9: warning: underquoted definition of AM_PATH_IMLIB
/usr/share/aclocal/imlib.m4:9:   run info Automake 'Extending aclocal'
/usr/share/aclocal/imlib.m4:9:   or see
http://www.gnu.org/software/automake/manual/automake.html#Extending-aclocal
autoreconf: configure.ac: tracing
autoreconf: running: libtoolize --copy --force
libtoolize: putting auxiliary files in `.'.
libtoolize: copying file `./ltmain.sh'
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Davide Andreoli | 28 Sep 13:31 2014
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[E-devel] Emotion Media Center 1.0 is out !

Hi all,

the first stable release of EpyMC is waiting for you !!

Direct download link for this release:
https://github.com/DaveMDS/epymc/archive/v1.0.0.tar.gz
<https://github.com/DaveMDS/epymc/archive/v1.0.0-beta2.tar.gz>

On the Github wiki you will find all the needed instructions for installing
and using the media center, along with screenshots and screencasts.
https://github.com/DaveMDS/epymc/wiki

Happy playing
davemds
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Simon | 27 Sep 01:39 2014
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[E-devel] copying.images in elementary is broken / invalid

Hi All,
copying.images in elementary just contains the following

Gesture Layer 2: Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike license. 
http://gestureworks.com/features/open-source-gestures/

Can anyone tell me which Creative Commons License this is as there are 
several versions.

Cheers
Simon

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Tom Hacohen | 26 Sep 14:28 2014

[E-devel] Dev day presentation


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Carsten Haitzler | 25 Sep 05:09 2014

[E-devel] Enlightenment Developer Day - Slight Change

This is very important.

We've had a slight hiccup in organizing E Dev Day. Due to totally unforeseen
circumstances that were sprung on us last Friday, we cannot do this event via
the Linux Foundation. LF have in the past done a fine job of organizing this,
and we are sad to not be able to do that this year. This means that this event
will be canceled from the Linuxcon EU Schedule and your money refunded to your
cards. This is extremely unfortunate and I'm truly sorry...

BUT...

E DEV DAY IS STILL ON ...
IT'S NOW FREE

(but we are meeting up for dinner in the evening so that cost will be shared
among those that attend).

We have, in a fit of emergency running around, managed to put the event on
anyway by doing the organizing entirely ourselves. So the event is not
canceled. It is on the same day, in the same city, just 1.5km away from the
Düsseldorf Convention Center where LCE in being held.

E Dev Day is now on at the Radisson Blu Scandanavia Hotel:

http://www.radissonblu.com/scandinaviahotel-duesseldorf

We are still rushing around to get this sorted out, but it will be held here.

What we need from you, in order to know you are coming, is to place a vote for
yes here:
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Thanatermesis | 23 Sep 16:53 2014
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[E-devel] Edevelop IRC bot

I don't remember which was the time where the last bot was running in our
IRC channels, but today I found the need to use a specific bot feature, so
there's my small suggestion:

I have recently configured a bot framework with only a few features with
the idea to be a useful tool not-obtrusive, also, it is extremely light
(7mb ram), also, im using it since 1-2 months and seems to be pretty stable
without maintaining needed

You can found a nice description of its features there:
https://github.com/Elive/keyra-bot

Specially the memos one is useful, for example, today raster did a fix and
I needed to confirm that works, but raster was logout just after that so
instead to have another "thing" to do flying on my mind i can just leave
him a memo in the channel, which will be sent to him when he comes back to
the channel, like:

> !memo raster the ecore vsync commit worked correctly! :)

It has a few other features like reactions to regex matches said in the
channel and own reminders, "!remind me about betatest the new build in 30
min", btw it has also a scores plugin to give points to other users :)

So if ppl agree, i can install it in some E server's (just because I found
that is the correct place to have it running)

The framework is made in ruby (cinch) and it is not hard to write plugins
for it, if somebody wants to improve it

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Tom Hacohen | 17 Sep 03:38 2014

Re: [E-devel] The state of EFL/Elementary's Cross Platform Support

On 17 Sep 2014 09:26, "Daniel Kolesa" <quaker66 <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> 2014-09-16 23:48 GMT+01:00 Cedric BAIL <cedric.bail <at> free.fr>:
>
> > Hello,
> >
> > On Tue, Sep 16, 2014 at 8:54 PM, Jeff Hoogland <JeffHoogland <at> linux.com>
> > wrote:
> > > As someone who has never explored the idea of running EFL/Elementary
> > > libraries on anything other than Linux - what is the current status of
> > > cross platform support?
> >
> > Depend :-)
> >
> > > Is Elementary functional/easily installable on Windows/OSX currently?
I
> > > want to start work on some new tools and I like working with
elementary,
> > > but I want my new work to be cross platform. Is elementary in its
current
> > > form a good choice for this or should I finally cave and start
learning
> > my
> > > way around QT?
> >
> > There is work underway for having a package manager for Windows, that
> > will deliver EFL in a good shape on that platform. Adrien Nader is
> > working on it. There are still a few things I need to fix and add in
> > elementary for him to complete his task. I hope to have done my part
> > of the work by end of the year. Once that is done we will have a
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Jeff Hoogland | 16 Sep 20:54 2014
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[E-devel] The state of EFL/Elementary's Cross Platform Support

As someone who has never explored the idea of running EFL/Elementary
libraries on anything other than Linux - what is the current status of
cross platform support?

Is Elementary functional/easily installable on Windows/OSX currently? I
want to start work on some new tools and I like working with elementary,
but I want my new work to be cross platform. Is elementary in its current
form a good choice for this or should I finally cave and start learning my
way around QT?

--

-- 
~Jeff Hoogland <http://jeffhoogland.com/>
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Jason Gerecke | 15 Sep 22:22 2014
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Re: [E-devel] Pen support in EFL?

It probably wouldn't be too hard to make this API work for reporting
joystick axes. I'm not familiar with how joysticks report their
position, but if it is in angles then TILT/ORIENTATION/TWIST already
have the basic axes covered. Additional joystick-specific axes (e.g.
THROTTLE, RUDDER, etc.) would have to be added, though I wonder how
more complex setups (e.g. throttle quadrants for dual-engine aircraft)
work and what demands it might place on an axis API...

A the moment buttons aren't in-scope for this API (I wrote it assuming
buttons would be sent through another channel, e.g. mouse events) but
that might need to be discussed.

Jason
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Now instead of four in the eights place /
you’ve got three, ‘Cause you added one  /
(That is to say, eight) to the two,     /
But you can’t take seven from three,    /
So you look at the sixty-fours....

On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 4:51 PM, Kim Shinwoo <kimcinoo.efl <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> I love this thread. B-]
> I'd like to add newly defined events for the Joystick. It needs information
> such as Id, Index, Buttons, Axises,  Connection(Disconnection) and so on.
> You could find such information from the W3C(http://www.w3.org/TR/gamepad/)
> also.
> This thread would be a good reference before adding the events.
> It have taken much of time to be here. So I'm sorry and frustrated already.
> Anyway, thank you. :-P
>
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