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Contributing Writer: Adam Batkin
Mel Chua mentioned that the next Sugar-on-a-Stick release is being smoke tested daily. "We need to come up with a better way of doing this for v.4.0, so better test cases, test case/reporting management systems, and Activity criteria (read: tests, please) are extremely welcome – that’s all long-term, though."
Siddhesh Poyarekar found a way to find out how to trace network connections to a process, in real time. "The obvious answer was netstat/lsof, but the problem was that this application would be up for merely seconds and he did not know when/where it started up. All he had was his telnetd log telling him about the connections. So I decided to go the SystemTap way..."
Bastien Nocera "Discussed as part of the GNOME-Shell design plans, and at the Usability hackfest we had in London earlier this year, we wanted to have icons that would only draw attention to themselves when needed."