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#26 2010-02-12 00:22:47

sam87
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

erick.red wrote:

I don't know if it good, but i found myself ending reading before i got realize, too short, course that means too good, but i feel like nothing, i want more !!!!!!! wink
Nice job !

aye am with u there.but like Ghost said, you want more, you gatta step up and contribute...hmmm...maybe i should sometime ey...


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#27 2010-02-12 08:57:18

lswest
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

sam87 wrote:

hmm..pretty intereresting articles in there, i liked statnot most, its so KISS! and the comedy corner, gosh!!!! it had me laughing till my eyes were teary!!!lol....and that desktop..whoa i love the wallpaper!

If you want, I can upload the wallpaper somewhere (2560x1600), or I can just email you a copy.  If, however, you're feeling creative, you can follow my how-to and see what you get smile  Glad to know you like it though.

*Edit* turns out the original is available via the text-only version.  Link: http://www.archlinux.org/static/magazin … a_arch.jpg

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#28 2010-02-12 10:34:23

pressh
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

good job again.

offtopic: I tried creating an epub for reading on my phone (you know the html doesn't really work for that because of the text width) but can't really seem to get a good looking output. Converting the pdf massively screws up, the html works mostly but it misses all the pictures. Someone knows how to do this so I can have pictures. It would make my train experience so much better ;-)

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#29 2010-02-12 13:58:53

maty1206
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

Ghost1227 wrote:

Another month, another issue!

As promised, we are slowly working back towards releasing the monthly copy of Arch Linux Magazine on the first. This month I was only a few short hours off from my target time. On the flip side, this month we have a few new features (and one noticeably missing, sorry... it'll be back next month). Hopefully we'll be able to keep doing the new features and, over time, build ALM up to what I know it can be.

My sincerest thanks to those of you who continue to contribute, and for those of you who are interested in contributing in the future (or translating), we now have a wiki page designed specifically for you! As for those who are waiting for sources for translation, I haven't forgotten you and will be sending you the link in the morning... it's long past my bedtime.

And so, without further ado...

http://www.archlinux.org/static/magazine

I still awating for the sources of the magazine in order to translate it. If you don't want my help, just let me know it and I won't disturb you any more.

Cheers


Marvin Ortega
Maryan Linux Project founder
Maryan Linux -Arch edition developer

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#30 2010-02-12 15:10:45

tlaloc
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

No te preocupas - I am sure that this is a technical/time management problem. No need to take it personal.

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#31 2010-02-12 16:12:40

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

maty1206 wrote:
Ghost1227 wrote:

Another month, another issue!

As promised, we are slowly working back towards releasing the monthly copy of Arch Linux Magazine on the first. This month I was only a few short hours off from my target time. On the flip side, this month we have a few new features (and one noticeably missing, sorry... it'll be back next month). Hopefully we'll be able to keep doing the new features and, over time, build ALM up to what I know it can be.

My sincerest thanks to those of you who continue to contribute, and for those of you who are interested in contributing in the future (or translating), we now have a wiki page designed specifically for you! As for those who are waiting for sources for translation, I haven't forgotten you and will be sending you the link in the morning... it's long past my bedtime.

And so, without further ado...

http://www.archlinux.org/static/magazine

I still awating for the sources of the magazine in order to translate it. If you don't want my help, just let me know it and I won't disturb you any more.

Cheers

I did send the link to your email...

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#32 2010-02-12 20:57:09

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

rebugger wrote:

are you sure? (i'm currently writing my diploma thesis and i have around 60pages + 20 optimized big pngs [around 1500x2000] - 2,9mb right now)

2.9 millibit? omg that's small !!

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#33 2010-02-12 21:40:29

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

In the text version, under devland, the second two links don't work due to missing dashes.

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#34 2010-02-12 22:40:13

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

anonymous_user wrote:

In the text version, under devland, the second two links don't work due to missing dashes.

Fixed, thanks!

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#35 2010-02-13 02:23:33

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

loved the desktop screener, had to point it out to the gf thats it not only me..  " See what linux does to ya.. " lol she loved the cartoon better than my joke. Great work big_smile


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#36 2010-02-13 09:54:59

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

nolochemical wrote:

loved the desktop screener, had to point it out to the gf thats it not only me..  " See what linux does to ya.. "

I pride myself in being an inspiration to all fellow messy geeks big_smile  Honestly though, that was my desk when it was in a "clean" state wink  Usually I have a lot more books, cables, etc. on the desk.


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#37 2010-02-13 14:44:22

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

great work. I find it very concise and instructive.
Keep with the good job.

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#38 2010-02-13 23:27:02

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

Don't forget about archlinux on the web with it being used in this anandtech article http://www.anandtech.com/linux/showdoc.aspx?i=3700  . Also as an fyi two more articles are about to be published featuring archlinux wink

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#39 2010-02-15 19:15:26

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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

... sorry guys... but i didn't catch the comedy corner. But the rest of the mag is great!!
I usually read it on sunday morning when i go takin' the "post saturday binge" dump and really helps me to improve my social beheviour thereafter ;-)

No really, i very much appreciate the job you are doing and I always look forward to your mag. It makes mefeel more comfortable about the furure of open software and humanity... Actually i'd like to help but i'm not skilled in graphic or news writing...

Well, Cheers!

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#40 2010-02-19 14:45:57

maty1206
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

Ghost1227 wrote:

I did send the link to your email...

I sent you another one too. smile

Please, I'm driveing crazy about how to get the source code (Scribus template) of the magazine.

Cheers


Marvin Ortega
Maryan Linux Project founder
Maryan Linux -Arch edition developer

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#41 2010-02-21 15:12:09

madeye
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Re: Arch Linux Magazine, February 2010

@ghost1227,

I've been trying to get in touch with you via email, but as I have had no reply I gues that my messages(3) have been lost in cyberspace.

Could you please tell me if you still have the article I send on securing Arch linux back in 2009? (23 June 2009)
It's not been published in any of the magazines yet, and I wonder if it's been lost somewhere along the way.

Sorry for using the forum for an otherwise private message, but this was the only way I could think of to making sure the message would be received.


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