I've joined your Launchpad team (great work setting it up and everything) and have been meddling with a few of your scripts - if all goes well I'll upload some code soon.
Something really weird just happened and I just had to post it right away: When editing one of your scripts I was using mktemp and it created the file '/tmp/tmp.jshBr0oR9Q' - spookey .
Right; I've uploaded a new 'earthwallpaper' script (sorry about those few merge mistakes) and it seems to work okay, if you accept the merge I've got a few more ideas for the script (maybe 'earthwallpaper' and 'bing_wallpaper' can be merged into one script?).
I also couldn't help noticing that in most of the scripts, the license is bigger than the code
And what's up with the 'banana' function?
Code:$ ./compiz-check --banana
Last edited by Penguin Guy; June 3rd, 2010 at 02:38 PM.
No worries about the names, just as long as the whole branch is mirrored and there are no naming conflicts its perfectly fine!
haha- in some cases, yeah- the bash scripts in particular are relatively short, but they really accomplish tasks that would otherwise be kinda difficult to do manually. Such is the cost of having a GPL license on it..I also couldn't help noticing that in most of the scripts, the license is bigger than the code
Try running the code with the banana argument? Its mostly just for giggles, likeCode:apt-get moo
Just wanted to give this thread a bump - see if we can get some more people to join our ever-increasing ranks (so far: me and Tom). Also wanted to point out my Launchpad group which, I was surprised to find, already has 9 members.
Just giving this thread a publicity bump.
The project has made great strides with help from Josh and other users.
I have recently updated the one-off download package on the main page, so if you have recently downloaded the .tar file there, please be aware that those versions are woefully out of date.
Also, its never too late to jump in and help! Even if you cant program that well, we could still use help! Many hands make light work!