Lelldorin | 3 Jan 00:35 2012
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Wonderbrush: get RBG Colors

Hello All,

is there any way to get the RGB colors of a picture using Wonderbrush? I use 
the "Dropper" but this only shows the color in the Colortable not the RBG 
Numbers. If this is not possible, it will be a good feature :-).

Greetings Lelldorin

Stephan Aßmus | 3 Jan 00:39 2012
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Re: Wonderbrush: get RBG Colors


Lelldorin <lelldorin@...> schrieb:

>Hello All,
>
>is there any way to get the RGB colors of a picture using Wonderbrush?
>I use 
>the "Dropper" but this only shows the color in the Colortable not the
>RBG 
>Numbers. If this is not possible, it will be a good feature :-).
>
>Greetings Lelldorin

Just click the big "current" color swatch view, it opens a color picker panel with fine control.

Cheers,
Stephan

Sean Healy | 3 Jan 09:25 2012
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Auto-setting mime types

I've noticed when copying files from other file systems (for example, 
the FAT32 on a USB key), files with a .pl extension get marked as 
text/plain, even though when I check in File Types, .pl is not under 
text/plain, but under text/source-code. However, .py files, which show 
up in the same place in File Types, get marked as text/source-code.

This seems to indicate that the data from File Types is NOT what's being 
used to auto-set the mime types on files copied from other file systems. 
So how does this data get set, and how can I change it? I'm getting 
really tired of having to manually set the mime type every time I copy a 
.pl file.

Axel Dörfler | 3 Jan 10:44 2012
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Re: Auto-setting mime types

Sean Healy<jalopeura@...> wrote:
> I've noticed when copying files from other file systems (for example, 
> the FAT32 on a USB key), files with a .pl extension get marked as 
> text/plain, even though when I check in File Types, .pl is not under 
> text/plain, but under text/source-code. However, .py files, which show 
> up in the same place in File Types, get marked as text/source-code.
> 
> This seems to indicate that the data from File Types is NOT what's being 
> used to auto-set the mime types on files copied from other file systems. 
> So how does this data get set, and how can I change it? I'm getting 
> really tired of having to manually set the mime type every time I copy a 
> .pl file.

This probably means that there is a rule to detect plain text files because that one likely has a higher
precedence as the file suffix.
Not entirely sure about it, but that's where I would start to look for the problem.
And by all means, please file a bug report for the issue!

Bye,
   Axel.

Hriday Balachandran | 4 Jan 20:26 2012
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Haiku at SCALE : Looking for a panelist to represent Haiku at SCALE.

Hi,

My name is Bala, and I am one of the organizers of the Southern
California Linux Expo (SCALE). We have had Haiku at SCALE for several
years now,
and hope to have it the same way this year too.

I'm trying to put together a panel on OS'es at SCALE, and we currently
have Illumos, Linux and BSD, and I am hoping to have someone represent
Haiku
on the panel. The panel will be on the 21st of January, at the Hilton LAX.

Anyone (preferably some of the core developers/testers) interested in
being on the panel?

Thanks,

Bala.

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Re: Haiku at SCALE : Looking for a panelist to represent Haiku at SCALE.

Travel expenses?

2012/1/4 Hriday Balachandran <hriday <at> gmail.com>
Hi,

My name is Bala, and I am one of the organizers of the Southern
California Linux Expo (SCALE). We have had Haiku at SCALE for several
years now,
and hope to have it the same way this year too.

I'm trying to put together a panel on OS'es at SCALE, and we currently
have Illumos, Linux and BSD, and I am hoping to have someone represent
Haiku
on the panel. The panel will be on the 21st of January, at the Hilton LAX.

Anyone (preferably some of the core developers/testers) interested in
being on the panel?

Thanks,

Bala.


Hriday Balachandran | 4 Jan 21:19 2012
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Re: Haiku at SCALE : Looking for a panelist to represent Haiku at SCALE.

SCALE's entirely volunteer driven, and as such, we don't have a lot of money. I can provide accommodation
for 2 nights at the
hotel though. 

Where are you coming from?

Bala.

On Jan 4, 2012, at 12:02 PM, lodewijk andré de la porte wrote:

> Travel expenses?
> 
> 2012/1/4 Hriday Balachandran <hriday@...>
> Hi,
> 
> My name is Bala, and I am one of the organizers of the Southern
> California Linux Expo (SCALE). We have had Haiku at SCALE for several
> years now,
> and hope to have it the same way this year too.
> 
> I'm trying to put together a panel on OS'es at SCALE, and we currently
> have Illumos, Linux and BSD, and I am hoping to have someone represent
> Haiku
> on the panel. The panel will be on the 21st of January, at the Hilton LAX.
> 
> Anyone (preferably some of the core developers/testers) interested in
> being on the panel?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Bala.
> 
> 

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Re: Haiku at SCALE : Looking for a panelist to represent Haiku at SCALE.

I just asked for others, I don't have quite the experience you're asking for. (Netherlands and I know a lot of people are from Germany, you could probably bribe them with a trip)

2012/1/4 Hriday Balachandran <hriday-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
SCALE's entirely volunteer driven, and as such, we don't have a lot of money. I can provide accommodation for 2 nights at the
hotel though.

Where are you coming from?

Bala.

On Jan 4, 2012, at 12:02 PM, lodewijk andré de la porte wrote:

> Travel expenses?
>
> 2012/1/4 Hriday Balachandran <hriday-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
> Hi,
>
> My name is Bala, and I am one of the organizers of the Southern
> California Linux Expo (SCALE). We have had Haiku at SCALE for several
> years now,
> and hope to have it the same way this year too.
>
> I'm trying to put together a panel on OS'es at SCALE, and we currently
> have Illumos, Linux and BSD, and I am hoping to have someone represent
> Haiku
> on the panel. The panel will be on the 21st of January, at the Hilton LAX.
>
> Anyone (preferably some of the core developers/testers) interested in
> being on the panel?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bala.
>
>



Oliver Tappe | 6 Jan 12:30 2012
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Maintenance warning

Hi there,

due to a necessary system upgrade of our root server baron, all services 
running on it will experience (hopefully short) downtimes today.

I'll keep you posted ...

cheers,
	Oliver

Oliver Tappe | 6 Jan 14:15 2012
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Re: [haiku-sysadmin] Maintenance warning

Hello again,

On 2012-01-06 at 12:30:23 [+0100], Oliver Tappe <zooey@...> 
wrote:
> 
> due to a necessary system upgrade of our root server baron, all services
> running on it will experience (hopefully short) downtimes today.
> 
> I'll keep you posted ...

OK, done - baron is now running openSUSE-11.4.

All services should be working again, please shout if you encounter 
anything unusual.

cheers,
	Oliver


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