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Saros release 10.6.25 is available, and a new domain for Saros

June 29, 2010


Yup, it’s again time for Saros, the open source plug-in that lets you develop your Eclipse projects with your colleagues over the Internet. The Saros team made another regular release last week, mostly providing bugfixes and internal optimisations, although we did provide a rather nice, new feature for those users with big projects to share… […]

You can read, peruse, or scan this post

June 21, 2010


There’s a little oddity on the GNOME desktop, which you might notice when you unmount a USB device. When you right-click on the USB icon and move the pointer to the relevant option, you’re faced with this: I can either unmount the drive, eject it, or safely remove it. Huh? What questions would go through […]

Intermediate release of Saros

June 17, 2010


The latest release of Saros (10.6.11) is so good we just couldn’t wait until our regular spot to make it available. It includes code that makes the establishment of robust connections much quicker and more reliable, getting around some of those finicky network configurations and more troublesome operating systems. Normal service is now resumed. You […]