Month: October 2013

The hidden pearls of Tracker (#2)

It is a very little advertized fact that Tracker can handle RSS feeds. Tracker handles RSS feeds through the mfo ontology, which defines the information structures to store feeds and all information associated to its syndicated data. This piece of

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Sandboxing your data in Tracker

For a while now, I’ve wanted to keep my personal and test data separate as well as the stable and unstable versions of the Tracker project installed in parallel for maintenance reasons. Tracker is a search engine and metadata database

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How your company can become a LibreOffice contributor

Some members of the free software community are keen to complain about companies which are using free software without giving anything back. But, at Lanedo, we often witness the opposite: companies that are really happy with free software and, when facing

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The Story of a Small Pango Optimization

We have discussed the work Lanedo has done in collaboration with Xamarin in earlier blog posts: one of these posts discussed the improvements Lanedo has made to the GTK+ stack on Mac OS X, another one discusses the implementation of

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LibreOffice Conference 2013 Milano Highlights

As a Free Software contributor, being active on the community side is an essential part of Lanedo’s DNA. Whenever possible, we make it a priority to attend conferences and engage with communities. It’s always interesting and a lot of fun.

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