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Building Cheese 3.3.91 – Ubuntu 11.10

Before all else, I want warning you… if you are a user that want to play with Cheese and you notice you do not have Cheese installed in your laptop… a friend of you or someone who has knowledge of … Continue reading

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10th report: Documentation Cheese and Evolution from Germany!

During the Desktop Summit Berlin 2011, I spent some time doing my job: documentation. In a few words, this is what I did: * Re-building Cheese packages to get the last version in my Fedora15 laptop.    Marina was the person who helped … Continue reading

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9th OPW Report: Common Problems of Cheese- Part Two

* To complete the documentation of Cheese, it was necessary to write about the crashes that Cheese can have in this new version: 3.0.2. I must confess these are very hard topics to write: Because this is a new version, … Continue reading

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8th Report OPW: The common problems of Cheese

Before all else, I want to share two more pieces of advice I learned during my git and mallard experiences: 1. If you have many files inside any other, for example files with png extensions into a ‘effects’ file, add tree … Continue reading

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Sixth Report: Finishing the Cheese doc

This time not only new generated files are created to the Cheese documentation… I also want to get a well integrated system of the writing 🙂 [yulys@yulys cheese-docs]$ git branch * master [yulys@yulys cheese-docs]$ yelp-new task introduction “Introduction” [yulys@yulys cheese-docs]$ … Continue reading

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Fifth Report: The three Cheese modes – Photo – Video – Burst.

After adding the index.page, it is a good idea to have multiple pages in the document.         So, I did three things that are usually use to do the documentation with mallard. Step 1: Add other pages … Continue reading

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