This week we’ve gotten a request from translate.moblin.org for being able to login using unicode chars. They use a custom backend for authentication that allows, for example, Chinese chars in the username. Django seems to handle it pretty well, although the Django Admin Panel complains about it. As a solution, we’ve implemented a way to [...]
Category Archive for 'Fedora'
Na última quarta-feira (07/10), atendendo ao convide do coordenador do curso de Sistema de Informação, compareci na Faculdades Energia/FASC – Faculdades Associadas de Santa Catarina em Criciúma. Como na maioria das faculdades e universidades, uma vez por ano os cursos promovem a semana acadêmica, que tem o intuito de trazer palestras referentes aos assuntos de [...]
Hello, Fedora Translators! As you might already know, we are running transifex.net for any Open Source project that wants to receive translations from the community in general. Following this directive, we just enabled Transifex (Tx) itself (http://transifex.net/projects/p/transifex/) to receive translations from there. Up to now, Tx was receiving translations only from the Fedora community. Thinking [...]
In Fedora 11 we had a very cool feature that allows people with laptops, with fingerprint reader, to be able to authenticate using a single finger. Although the feature page of Fedora only explains how to enable it using GNOME and gdm, I just found out how to enable it using KDE and kdm. First [...]
This past week I became a packager for Fedora. It’s been a long time I would like to learn how to do it and I took the new dependencies of the upcoming Transifex 0.7, as an opportunity to make it happen. I started with packages very simple to be packaged. Actually they were more or [...]