Month: March 2015

Sigil 0.8.5 Released



This release is a maintenance release of the 0.8.x series and fixes a few critical bugs. Currently 0.8.x is the being maintained for critical fixes while the 0.9.0 is being worked on. You can find binary packages here and the change log, here. Finally, the sha256 checksum for... Continue reading

KDocker 4.9 Released



There are two big changes on the KDocker front. First I’ve released version 4.9. It still used Qt 4 and has a few bug fixes. Contributions from Dave Butcher were the main reason for the release. Also, KDocker is no longer hosted on Launchpad. It has moved to GitHub... Continue reading

My Issues With Commercialized Linux



This is part of the Sigil’s website get page. I figured since I was on a roll with Linux and the issues I have with the Linux community I would publish this here too. It explains a lot of my rational as to why I don’t really like or want... Continue reading

Why Fedora (and RedHat) is Ruining Linux



A bug was opened against KDocker the other day. Now bugs aren’t a bad thing and typically they are user error so they get closed out as invalid. Sometimes they’re real issues which get looked into and fixed. On very rare occasions they’re dictations/demands. I’ve edited the post to include... Continue reading