Re: Module proposal: Project Hamster for GNOME 2.24

Looks cool.

Not really related to 2.24 at all, but have you looked at the
'timeline' stuff nat wrote some years back[1]? Might be interesting to
integrate that idea somehow. (Timeline has been on my mind, since I
find the shell history meme that is all the rage on planet.gnome to be
supremely ironic on a project which once had it as a goal to end shell


[1] very little about it on the
web, but search for timeline in this page

On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 7:36 AM, Toms <toms baugis gmail com> wrote:
> Hi guys!
>  I would like to propose Project Hamster[1] for inclusion in Gnome 2.24
>  desktop suite
>  I'm CCing gnome-doc-list since hamster has no documentation except for
>  what's on the web site.
>  * Purpose: Project Hamster is a nifty time tracking applet for the
>  Gnome desktop. It helps to keep track on how much time has been spent
>  during the day on set up activities.
>  * Dependencies:
>  pygtk
>  python-cairo
>  python-pysqlite2
>  * Resource usage
>  Currently hosted on Willing to fully migrate
>  * Adoption: None
>  * GNOME-ness, community:
>  Slightly integrated with evolution-data-server to get currently active
>  TODO list items.
>  All strings are translation-ready
>  * Additional info:
>  For building, standard Gnome autotools chain is used (used Deskbar
>  Makefiles to sort those things out).
>  Hamster has been recently exposed to Gnome Files, that allowed to
>  verify it's readiness for desktop.
>  Not being a native speaker, and this is my first time writing a
>  proposal, so don't beat me hard. Looking forward for your feedback!
>  Toms
>  [1]
>  [2]
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