When it comes to data, I’m a pack rat. I’m one of those people who has an archive of all mails since pretty much the first day I had an e-mail address. Now that we’re putting more and more stuff into the cloud, it’s getting increasingly hard to keep this up. I’ve been looking for… Read more »

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About half a year ago I decided to leave my research position at the university and look for new adventures: life is too short to do things which you don’t enjoy. In the past few months I’ve spent time traveling, read a pile of books and started swimming again. Work-wise, I’ve been talking to a… Read more »

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TagLib# 2.0.4.0 has just been released. This is the first release that includes the full photo support that we’ve built last year. This means that TagLib# (used by Banshee, F-Spot and others) can now serve as your one-stop .NET library for handling audio, video and image metadata. And did I mention that it’s deliciously open-source,… Read more »

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Like Vincent, I occasionally care too much about some things. Because of that, I volunteered for the second year in a row to help out as an admin for the GNOME Google Summer of Code. My role will mainly be making sure every student keeps on track, organize a session at the Desktop Summit and… Read more »