Category: Cloud Virtualization

A great service for Fedora and Humble Bundle

I think most people are aware of the Humble Bundle which have been releasing a range of cool and great games on Linux since they started up. The games though has usually tended to be distributed as a tarball and...

/ September 20, 2012

Transmageddon test release available

I have made a first test release of Transmageddon today, 0.23. It is the first release depending on GStreamer 0.11/1.0 and GTK3. It also features a little bit of GNOME Shell and Unity integration in the form of a notification...

/ September 15, 2012

Bye bye Slicehost

Finally closed my slicehost account today and deleted my slice. I set it up a few years ago to host linuxrising.org and some misc other sites I was planning. I also hosted my own private email server on it. In...

/ September 15, 2012

Interested in joining the Red Hat Desktop team here in Brno?

So I am looking to hire two more people to join our team. So if you ever wanted to join the worlds leading Linux company and work on making the desktop rock this is your chance. The first position I...

/ September 13, 2012

Talk recordings available for this years GStreamer Conference

So thanks to Ubicast we now have the recordings of this years talks available online. A couple of talks got lost due to technical issues, but most of them are there and I hope you enjoy them. We are collecting...

/ September 12, 2012

Does GStreamer scale?

Sometimes we get questions about if GStreamer can scale to handle really complex pipelines. Well thanks to Kipp Cannon and his talk at this years GStreamer Conference we know have the answer. They are part of a research project called...

/ September 12, 2012

Gearing up Transmageddon for release

As we count down towards the GStreamer 1.0 release I been spending some free moments preparing the new Transmageddon version, today I re-enabled multipass encoding, removed the redundant xvid option (as we already do MPEG4) and polished the notification message...

/ September 9, 2012

The challenges of Desktop Linux

So Miguael de Icaza posted a blog with his opinion about why Desktop Linux has not become a huge success. The core of his argument seems to be that the lack of ABI stability was the main reason we didn’t...

/ August 31, 2012