Tag: Linux

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... 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... Continue reading

Sigil and Linux Distribution Packages



The official Linux packages for Sigil are generic packages. They’re bundled in an InstallJammer installer and contain a number of libraries that Sigil depends on. This is not ideal but it’s not possible to provide Linux packages for every distro. I’ve created a wiki page which I’m putting together... Continue reading

Calibre Week in Review



FB2 output has been improved. It no longer generated very invalid markup. The output generator still isn’t where I want it to be though. The changes are mostly cleanup and fix long standing issues with the output. One major change is I reverted having <h1> tags work as section... Continue reading