Monthly News – August 2015

Aug. 31st, 2015 03:27 pm
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Posted by Clem


All editions for Linux Mint 17.2 were released and the team is now fully focused on development again.

Cinnamon was the first project to receive attention. Its power applet now shows vendor and model information, box pointers look better, and multi-monitor support was further improved: When switching workspaces, the workspace name now appears on all relevant monitors, output names (i.e. plug names) are shown alongside monitor names (in the screenshot below that allows us to distinguish two identical Dell monitors via the name of their display port).

Output names are also relevant when using xrandr or in the MDM configuration tool, to tell the login screen what monitor to use, and that’s another area we’ve been focusing on.

On Segfault, I explained how to manually set up the MDM login screen when using multiple monitors. In this development cycle we’ll also consider different ways to automate this configuration or to provide ways to generate it easily.

We’re also working on other things in Cinnamon and there are exciting plans for the other desktops and cross-desktop tools, but that’s not finished yet so I’ll talk about it another time :)

If you’ve been donating to us, sponsoring us or helping us in any way, thank you very very much. This is the time during the release cycle when we make the most of the freedom you’re giving us, with all the releases out, no funding or commercial aspects to worry about, all the equipment we need and a full cycle in front of us. Many thanks to you all. We’ll continue to post about new features and improvements as they get ready.

Poll of the month:

In 2013 Linux Mint created a new blog called “Segfault”, dedicated to cover technical news and stories from the development team.

Here are the reasons why it was separate from the Linux Mint blog:

  • So technical and development stories could be shared with Linux enthusiasts without getting in the way of official blog posts read by everybody
  • So developers could express themselves on a blog that was more casual and less official

95 posts later, we’d like to get your opinion on Segfault and how you think we can improve things. Don’t hesitate to vote and to comment.

Note: There is a poll embedded within this post, please visit the site to participate in this post's poll.


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[personal profile] cimorene
The Story of the Shower Curtain Rail was posted in my photoblog on Tumblr because it's easy to embed pictures there and my mom reads it regularly, for her convenience.

Finger drumming

Aug. 31st, 2015 01:55 pm
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Posted by Mark Liberman

I don't have much time this morning, so I'll just point you toward a fun post by Joe Pater on finger drumming.

He focuses on iOS apps, and writes that

I worry that Android users may be out of luck – I’ve tried a few apps on a couple different phones, and I found them unusable because of the lag between tapping and sound.

 …but this has not been my experience with a couple of the many Android finger drumming apps.

Not tea but linkspam

Aug. 31st, 2015 11:01 pm
[personal profile] vass
A Vegetable Love That Would Certainly Not Suit Me
Oedipus with vegetables: a short (8'33 minutes) movie. Amazing production values. Worth watching the credits to the end. (Content notes: knives, trypophobia, dubious relationship to mythology.)


How To Write A Musical: an interview with Lisa Kron, the lyricist of Fun Home the musical. I just want to hug this quote to myself: "When you’re making a work of art, it feels like it will kill you. It won’t kill you. But you feel like it will."

The Loud Hands Project video. (tw: child abuse, ableism. But that's what what it's about. It's about pride.)

Clippy the Microsoft Office Assistant is the Patriarchy's Fault

In Iraq I Raided Insurgents. In Virginia, the Police Raided Me. (Obviously this is a white guy. You can tell this because he survived to tell the story. Meanwhile here in Australia we have just as much of a black deaths in custody problem as the US, and recently police have been using very strong pepper spray on anti-racist protesters while high-fiving white supremacists at a rally... and then last Friday the Australian Border Force announced they were going to go around Melbourne randomly checking people's visa status. What I'm saying is, current police stuff and its racist and nationalist elements scares me a lot.)

An interview with Miss Major on the Stonewall movie

Words To Live By
Page 64 of Shades After, because I can't stop thinking about what Anwar tells JD here, after they come out to him as genderqueer.

AO3 tag generator. If you're on Tumblr you've probably already seen this, but not everyone's on Tumblr. It randomly generates things people tagged their stories with on Archive Of Our Own.

Corduroy, age 26, is the oldest living cat in the world.

Lord Of The Facepalms

Aug. 31st, 2015 01:00 pm
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Posted by john (the hubby of Jen)

Brandon wanted a Bunko-themed cake with three dice on it.


Danielle asked for "Linda" in white icing.


Francie ordered a 50th birthday cake for a friend, noting that she wanted to pick it up "today."


Kristin's friend ordered a cake that was supposed to read "Happy Mother's Day/Birthday" or "Happy Birthday/Mother's Day" - whichever the baker thought sounded best.


And finally, there were three choices of decorations on the order form: balloons, roses, or mums. Dee chose mums.


Thanks to Brandon M., Danielle J., Francie R., Kristin D., & D.R. for proving one does not simply order from a wreckery.


Thank you for using our Amazon links to shop! USA, UK, Canada.

And from my other blog, Epbot:

Myth & Moor update

Aug. 31st, 2015 11:20 am
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Posted by Terri Windling

The gate to the woods.

I'm afraid it's going to be a few more days before I'm back in the studio, as I'm dealing with health problems again. I'll be back just as soon as I can.

While you're waiting, please check out the new publication from Hedgespoken Press: Sometimes a Wild God, featuring an exquisite and deeply mythic poem by Tom Hirons, with illustrations by Rima Staines. It is truly a work of wonder.

Sometimes a Wild God by Tom Hirons & Rima Staines

Feminine Fusion

Aug. 31st, 2015 06:00 am
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Posted by deardesigner

I’m very taken with one of the wallpapers in the new Boutique Collection from Galerie. The collection of six individual wallpaper designs combine beautiful Eastern influences with modern geometric patterns and I love this one in particular with it’s textured, subtle leaf design.

Galerie's New Boutique Wallpaper [1]

It may be inspired by Eastern origins but I think it lends itself completely to a scheme that fuses a range of ethnic influences. The walls would provide more texture and interest than white paint and would look great paired with warm wood, metal and a collection of found items as shown above. To take it further I would add some African inspired accessories and art, more feathers to add more of those wonderful patterns, some silk and a selection of creamy ceramics.

Feminine Fusion via Dear Designer's Blog

By keeping the colour palette to white, brown and cream it’s actually quite a feminine and subtle scheme that would be interesting and yet calming.

Sources: 1. Rupali Lamp, Chandeliers & Mirrors. 2. Magic Magnetic Feathers, In Spaces. 3. Peacock Rattan Chair, French Bedroom Co. 4. Heart Capiz Pendant Shade, Aspace. 5. Bamileke Feather Headdress, Eco Chic. 6. Large African Elephant Wall Sticker, Art Fever. 7. Handmade Silk Cushion With Chinese Button Knot, Swanky Maison.

Daily Happiness

Aug. 30th, 2015 11:30 pm
[personal profile] torachan
1. Even with the translation of doom going on, I still managed to get Gunjo done before the end of the month.

2. With Carla out of town, I get the bed to myself for three whole weeks! It's pretty nice.

3. Day off tomorrow! I have to go in for a couple hours, but I'm not going in until late morning/midday, so I still get to sleep in and not rush.

Rounded image/table corners

Aug. 30th, 2015 11:52 pm
[personal profile] jordannamorgan posting in [community profile] style_system
This is probably a question I should have asked a long time ago, but it's come up again in my updating of some old layouts, so. :Þ

A couple of different layouts I use (including my own journal and [community profile] prose_alchemist) not only give rounded corners to entries and modules, they insist on rounding off the corners--or sometimes half the corners--of my header images as well.

Is there a way I can get rid of all the rounded corners, and just have nice, straight, angular ones? I'd like to do that with the header images and entries/modules, although I'd settle for just not having the corners of my headers forcibly rounded off. (If I wanted them rounded, I would have made them that way, DW...)

OTW Fannews: Staying Vigilant

Aug. 30th, 2015 03:59 pm
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Text backgound overlayed with a Batman Mask alongside the article title OTW Fannews: Staying Vigilant

The TPP could be a very negative treaty for fans, but it’s not the only worrisome copyright development out there:
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Posted by Mark Liberman

Charles Pierce, "Hillary Clinton Has Run Out of F*cks to Give", Esquire 8/28/2015:

My goodness, the special snowflakes of the elite political media are all a'quiver because Hillary Rodham Clinton, who is running for president of the United States, has decided to talk like somebody who wants to be president of the United States, which is to say, she's started to talk like someone whose big bag of fcks to give is running very, very low.

Some politico-linguistic background:

"The number of fucks you need to not give" (2/11/2015)
"Hyperbolic scalar indifference" (7/14/2015)
"Expletive deficits" (2/18/2015)

How very out of character of you...

Aug. 30th, 2015 11:04 am
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four rows of a dozen emojis per line depicting various emotions along with items related to consuming and creating media with the words talking fandom in the center
I'm sure we've all had this experience: You're reading a work of fan fiction and enjoying the heck out of it. Then.... boom; a sudden loss of characterization.

Read more... )
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Posted by Jen

Our phones have come a long way, my friends.

Almost as far as today's cake art!

(By Zoe Clark Cakes)

Who wants a slice of rotary-dial deliciousness?


Of course, these days our phones look more like this:

(By Celebrate With Cake)

We've also passed the point of using our phones for actual phone calls, and I for one couldn't be happier. After all, what higher calling [snerk] could there be for a phone than super-addictive PHONE GAMES?


Give a yell if you see your favorite! (I won't hear you, but it should liven up the experience on your end.)

(By Viorica's Cakes)

Ahh, Candy Crush, you sweet, soul-sucking time waster. How I love thee. But I think I may love this cake even more. The little candies! The swirly lollipops!


Oooh, or there's this one:

(By Leesin & Ween of Sugar)

That peppermint swirl trim is killing me with cute.


Here's another angle:

More swirly goodness - and teensy bunting! Ah!


Now for a game as frustrating as Candy Crush is colorful:

(By Small Town Girl Bakery)


Love how the background and cake board really make the whole design. Such a great way to add more "oomph!"

Also, would you believe John is actually really good at this game? I think he does it just to annoy me; I've never gotten past the second pipe. >.<


An oldie but a cutie:

(By Irina Kondratyuk)

Where's My Water!

Those rubber duckies are the stuff that squees are made of.


And another cutie-pie puzzle game:

(By Rosebud Cakes)

Who remembers Cut The Rope?


And one more, because I never knew a sugar box cutter could be this delightful:

(By Le Leccornie di Danita)


Here's another personal favorite:

(By Bohemia Cakes)

Plants vs Zombies! This cake is a perfect recreation of the game board, too. Why, I can almost hear the zombies' heads popping off. (Which is surprisingly adorable, btw.)


PvZ cakes have some of the best figure sculpting around. I want all of these:

(By Eunice Cake Designs)

Especially the Pea Shooters and grumpy Squash!


It turns out there's a Disney Tsum Tsum ios game, too, which is awesome, because now I can post this!

(By Guilt Desserts)

Dibs on the Donald!

(For you non-DizGeeks; Tsum Tsums are little plush dolls that look just like that.)

(And if you're a Donald lover, too, then check out my friend Darla's Donald cupcakes. Sooooo cuuuuute.)


Not technically a cake, but check out this incredible arrangement of oh-so-perfect Tsum Tsum macarons!

(By Le Sucre Du Patisserie)

I know we're always saying how we could never slice into the cakes on Sweets, but seriously. I could never eat these. I think I'd just coat them in epoxy and use them for decorations. Especially Tigger and Piglet.


And finally, the phone game to rule them all:

(By Jane Zubova, who has more geektastic gems featured here)

Angry Birds!

There are hundreds of gorgeous Angry Birds cakes out there, but this one wins the brass ring for sheer scale and creativity. Those pig carts on the back wall are blowing my mind! And look at all the tiny cakes and treats on the castle walls! Ah! SO GOOD.


Happy Sunday, everyone!


Thank you for using our Amazon links to shop! USA, UK, Canada.

And from my other blog, Epbot:

argh, mess

Aug. 30th, 2015 04:43 pm
[personal profile] fred_mouse posting in [community profile] bitesizedcleaning
The last few weeks have been so full of kids extra-curriculars that I've only been getting a fraction of my usual 'focus on the house time'. Yesterday, I managed to get the bedroom and en suite under control, but I *need* (for my comfort) to get more of the house under some kind of control. I'm going to try to get 3 * 15 minute sessions between now and dinner cooking time (it is not quite 5pm in our corner of the world) done, and would love to have other people involved - working together, virtually, or cheering from the sidelines.

My first two tasks are to set a timer for 15 minutes, and then go into the spare room to find something I can deal with. Anything after that is gravy.

Scanlations: Gunjo ch. 15c

Aug. 30th, 2015 12:09 am
[personal profile] torachan
Finally, the conclusion to chapter 15!

Title: Gunjo
Original Title: 群青 (Gunjou)
Author: Nakamura Ching
Publisher: Ikki Comics
Genre: Seinen
Status in Japan: 3 volumes, complete
Scanlator: Megchan's Scanlations + HotCakes
Scanlation Status: Ongoing
More Info: Baka Updates

Summary: Out of desperation, a woman asks an old high school friend to kill her abusive husband for her. The friend, having long been in love with this woman, does it, and now they are on the run from the law.

Chapter Summary: Just when things are starting to look up...

Chapter 15c


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