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  • ajax at { nwnk dot net, redhat dot com }
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  • From: Adam Jackson <ajax redhat com> <joebob> ajax: ping
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  • #* Tabbed workflow with AJAX. #* Tabbed workflow with AJAX. (useing jQuery UI Library. )
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  • #* Tabbed workflow with AJAX. #* Tabbed workflow with AJAX. (useing jQuery UI Library. )
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  • ...onizzazione ''proprietari'' e accesso web con un interfaccia sviluppata in Ajax. Includendo un gateway IMAP4 e POP3 oltre a iCal/CalDAV, Zarafa può combin ...ti server mail Linux e un accesso web con un interfaccia sviluppata usando Ajax. Includendo un gateway IMAP4 e POP3 come pure iCal/CalDAV, Zarafa può comb
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  • (09:33:51 AM) ajax: notting: uh? cvs server can't determine account? (09:34:15 AM) ajax: not that i care. we're doing setfacl access on fd.o cvs, and it works fin
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  • * [[User:Ajax| Adam Jackon]] (ajax)
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  • * [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax) - F22/F23 * [[User:Ajax| Adam Jackson]] (ajax) - F22/F23
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  • - Webdesign: PHP, MySQL, AJAX, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, (maybe even Iphone webpages? iDevKit)
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  • * Name: [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • ...ere are 4 seats open. The seats open are currently held by: Adam Jackson (ajax), Christoph Wickert (cwickert), Peter Jones (pjones), and Matthew Garrett ( == [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax) ==
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  • ...Local ACM chapter events and spoj.pl . I have lot of experience in PHP and AJAX. My major projects include IBM TGMC 2009 and web designing internship at "A
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  • // The one that handles all of the AJAX requests ...t of its backend. It uses the conf file to look for resources and throwing ajax requests to the server. For the purpose of this tutorial I'll guide you bas
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  • * Name: [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • * Name: [[User:ajax| Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • * Name: [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] * email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • |[[User:ajax| Adam Jackson]]
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  • ...I invited a few folks to give us status on their areas, mclasen: desktop, ajax: X, kylem,j-rod: kernel | style="color: #407a40" | ajax: please take the floor
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  • ...c compatiblity and a webaccess with 'Look & Feel' similar to Outlook using Ajax. Including an IMAP4 and a POP3 gateway as well as an iCal/CalDAV gateway, Z ...x mail servers and a webaccess with 'Look & Feel' similar to Outlook using Ajax. Including an IMAP4 and a POP3 gateway as well as an iCal/CalDAV gateway, Z
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  • * software development => perl, web stuff like Javascript/HTML/CSS/AJAX
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  • ...fixes, and general discussion: [[User:mclasen | Matthias Clasen]], [[User:ajax | Adam Jackson]], [[User:airlied | Dave Airlie]] | ajax || RANDR output setup should default to RightOf if possible || [http://bugz
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  • * [[User:Ajax| Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • * Name: [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • == [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax) ==
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  • ...thms. I am good at web application development using PHP, Python, HTML and AJAX. July 20 - August 13 : Create an interface with AJAX support to explore the mailman archives whenever required by giving the nam
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  • | Static Library PICness || [[User:Ajax]]|| Next Meeting|| [[User:Ajax/Static_Library_PICness_Guidelines]]
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  • * Name: [[User:ajax| Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • * ajax
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  • [14:28] ajax has joined the group chat (i=ajackson@nat/redhat/x-1a0cf3da10d71e28) [14:28] f13: I asked ajax to pop in as I think he would have some interesting perspective of how our
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  • ...und: #407a40"> wwoods</th><td class="text" style="color: #407a40">I'd want ajax's opinion. which is usually: "If you're using -vesa you've already lost"</t ...yle="background: #818144"> f13</th><td class="text" style="color: #818144">ajax said he's making good progress on the f9-x-blockers.</td><td class="time"><
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  • = FESCo Elections Interview with Adam Jackson (ajax) = == Interview with Adam Jackson (ajax) ==
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  • * This site should use javascript (or javascript frameworks, eg jquery, ajax) to enhance user experience. However, pages that utilize this should have a
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  • #** Tabbed workflow with AJAX. ...implement the web application with html and javascript on the client side. AJAX techniques are involved. Back-end scripts are implemented with python too.
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  • ! style="background-color: #488888" | ajax ! style="background-color: #488888" | ajax
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  • * Name: [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]], [[User:whot|Peter Hutterer]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com, peter.hutterer@redhat.com
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  • <mizmo> ricky, what if u start typing into the 'Bugs' field and you get an ajax drop down to show currently-open bugs? <ajax> stop triggering my highlight, durn it
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  • ...useage is concerned the frontend will require knowledge of JavaScript,DOM ,AJAX and html while the backend will be in php and XML. As docbook editing is re #*I coded in JSP and "AJAX" for a contest organized by IBM that was about Developing an application "O
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  • * Tabbed workflow with AJAX.
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  • * Javascript, CSS, XML, HTML, DOM, PHP, Ajax
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  • I would like to add AJAX support to this application so that beat writers can do their task easily.
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  • ...eacon as a library. I would be using Javascript, CSS, XML, HTML, DOM, PHP, Ajax technologies to make this project. I have strong PHP, JavaScript, Ajax Background and coded modules for drupal too. My work is on http://uditsharm
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  • * Email: ajax at redhat dot com
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  • ...meeting request is only a piece of cake. The Zarafa Webaccess is using the ajax technology to give a more interactive feeling to the users. Including an IM
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  • * [[AdamJackson | Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • * Name: [[User:Ajax| Adam Jackson]] * Email: ajax@redhat.com
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  • ...td class="text" style="color: #854685">f13: have you successfully cornered ajax?</td><td class="time">01:06</td></tr> ...yle="background: #407a40"> f13</th><td class="text" style="color: #407a40">ajax had said something about neutering evdev to not claim combo devices</td><td
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  • ...and pass the url's to user browser, the app must be rich on javascript and AJAX, all files must be downloaded from the mirrors to a temp folder, when the l
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  • * Разработка - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • ...etty old-school. If you're a real web programmer who knows all the modern AJAX/JavaScript ways of doing stuff, or a graphic designer, I'm sure you could m
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  • | style="color: #818144" | so we're out f13 and ajax, mezcalero's been on holiday for a while ...//bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=464866 medium, medium, ---, ajax@redhat.com, ASSIGNED, Xorg lockup with i945: "EQ overflowing. The server is
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  • ...xt" style="color: #407a40">poelcat: many drivers aren't working right now, ajax is working on it as fast as he can</td><td class="time">13:15</td></tr> ...nd: #407a40"> f13</th><td class="text" style="color: #407a40">poelcat: but ajax/jrb will know more details.</td><td class="time">13:16</td></tr>
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  • * Адам Джексон Adam Jackson(ajax) ...тать, как ожидается в новой версии 3.4. Они включают различные оптимизации ajax, поддержка агента needinfo, frontpage.cgi, браузер п
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  • <tr id="t10:53"><th class="nick" style="background: #8c4a4a"> ajax</th><td class="text" style="color: #8c4a4a">suspend.</td><td class="time">< <tr id="t10:54"><th class="nick" style="background: #8c4a4a"> ajax</th><td class="text" style="color: #8c4a4a">we're getting to the point wher
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  • 1) Frontend web utilizando PHP, js y ajax.
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • * Name: [[User:Till|Till Maas]] | [[User:Moezroy|Moez Roy]] | [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] | [[User:Fweimer|Florian Weimer]] * Email: opensource@till.name | moez.roy@gmail.com | ajax@redhat.com | fweimer@redhat.com
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  • ...e HTML document traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax much simpler with an easy-to-use API that works across a multitude of brows ...e HTML document traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax much simpler with an easy-to-use API that works across a multitude of brows
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  • * Easy to use: Integrated help, dynamic screens, web access, AJAX technology, simplified and extended interface mode…
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  • ...n/~rishabh.raj/chat2/form.php , ( a basic group Chat Application involving AJAX ), had quite fun developing the design for it. In the first release it lack ...for review / for translation, based upon the language he selects. (via an AJAX call, a smooth popup maybe ?). This is part of the retrieval subsystem.
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  • ...significant update of NetBeans IDE 6.1 that includes improved JavaScript, AJAX, Ruby, and database support.
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  • ...significant update of NetBeans IDE 6.1 that includes improved JavaScript, AJAX, Ruby, and database support.
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  • * ajax (3) | style="color: #488888" | jlaska: ajax rebuilt them today.
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  • | colspan="2" | &lt;--rahul_bhalerao has quit ("http://www.mibbit.com ajax IRC Client") | colspan="2" | --&gt;rahul_bhalerao (i=cb580806@gateway/web/ajax/mibbit.com/x-920715c0737f389d) has joined #fedora-meeting
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  • 15:33 ... join!#fedora-meeting -> kulll(i=d318e240@gateway/web/ajax/mibbit.com/x-04c2a04c44b87331)
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  • # ajax (7) ...r: #818144" | 623956 is known (well, *I* know about it and mentioned it to ajax)
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  • * Name: [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]]
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  • ...ante Neuerung gegenüber Version 6.1 dar. Neu sind verbesserte JavaScript-, AJAX-, Ruby- und Datenbankunterstützung.
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  • ...n="2" | ... signoff!#fedora-classroom -&gt; dash123("http://www.mibbit.com ajax IRC Client") ...span="2" | ... join!#fedora-classroom -&gt; dash123(i=dce36163@gateway/web/ajax/mibbit.com/x-c69e252ac209cbe4)
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  • | style="color: #407a40" | we should probably poke ajax today and see if we can get a build out for it | style="color: #818144" | f13: ajax might not be back from AU
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  • * Email: cmontgom@redhat.com, ajax@redhat.com
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  • ...f my packages in the sidebar here, not just the first 5. maybe an in-place AJAX expander?
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  • ...und: #407a40"> wwoods</th><td class="text" style="color: #407a40">rdieter: ajax made some noise about it being easy to merge</td><td class="time"><a href=" ...#407a40"> wwoods</th><td class="text" style="color: #407a40">so let's ping ajax and see if he has an ETA for merging that fix</td><td class="time"><a href=
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  • Developing Javascript/Ajax query for updates and alerts (Ex. [http://vendroid.venmond.com/ui-alert-not Develop the Javascript/Ajax queries for dynamic alerts and updates
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • [12:30] <spot> abadger1999: so, the answer is almost certainly yes, ajax has also pointed this out
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  • ** Разработка - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies.
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  • ...ava. Seam integrates technologies such as Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX), JavaServer Faces (JSF), Java Persistence (JPA), Enterprise Java Beans (EJ
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies.
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  • ...a show users page, and a user profile page where you can follow projects (ajax to be implemented when you unfollow projects from this list). With the abil ...n the website, adding pagination to comments, implementing comments to use ajax, and fixing smaller bugs during my journey to understand what everything do
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  • ...ttp://mojomojo.org/ MojoMojo] - Catalyst-based wiki, with live as-you-type AJAX preview of edits
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  • ...earching will be done using elasticsearch, which has an API to query using AJAX calls.
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  • ...earching will be done using elasticsearch, which has an API to query using AJAX calls.
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  • [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] asked<ref>http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • ...a si pudiéramos tener en una sola página con formularios más interactivos (AJAX)?
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  • | style="color: #42427e" | btw, ajax mentioned (and rightly so) that if he read all of his bugmail, he'd get not ...run of this query and send email which si then redirected to ajax. Except ajax discards all bugmail from bugzilla, including this one, so I had to remind
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  • ...n="2" | ... signoff!#fedora-classroom -&gt; dash123("http://www.mibbit.com ajax IRC Client") ...span="2" | ... join!#fedora-classroom -&gt; dash123(i=dce36163@gateway/web/ajax/mibbit.com/x-7b2f24a1a73da868)
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  • ...ng the UI for the search platform, we would be using bootstrap,jQuery, and ajax. We would be display the graphs obtained from kibana as messages per hour,
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  • ...ng system requires the page to be reloaded to see the new comment. So some Ajax (Javascript) is needed to update the comments without reloading (live-updat
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • Based on an Agavi framework, driven by Ajax and enhanced by ExtJs, Json and CSS, Icinga Web stands out from the crowd.
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  • * Improved JavaScript, AJAX and Ruby support.
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies.
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • | style="color: #488888" | preferably with ajax/airlied assisting
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  • ...as well as on the viewnode page. Comments would be added and deleted via AJAX, and instead of pagination, comments would be added to the comment-div dyna
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  • ...oing to run into the X.org test week, but that's being pushed back too (by ajax's request)
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax| Adam Jackson]] (ajax) | [http://ajax.fedorapeople.org/test_day/Fedora-17-Beta-x86_64-Live-Desktop-Gnome-test-day
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  • ...rfacce programmabili dall'aspetto piacevole grazie alle moderne tecnologie Ajax.
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  • ...[21:59:06] |Join| dash123 has joined this channel (i=d2d43dfb@gateway/web/ajax/mibbit.com/x-b9b4ad1b9a9dffeb).
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  • ...that? and if it's still bad let's just re-open the bug to try and trigger ajax's attention
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  • ...ards-compliant HTML nor does it take advantage of new technologies such as AJAX.
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  • ...ers to specify the region of the image they want to reference and using an AJAX request, an ID for that region gets inserted in their comment. I’m not ye ...or hide them and show some button under the commit that fetches them using AJAX. For this it might be a good idea to start with that simple button idea but
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  • ...pplications (Bodhi, Errata Tool) can fetch and post waivers directly using AJAX requests.
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  • ...s including C, C++, JavaSE, JavaEE, python, Django, php, HTML, javascript, Ajax, GTK+, GTKmm and few more. I know that i can take any responsibility relate ...uch as C, C++, GTK+, GTKmm, JavaSE, JavaEE, python, HTML, php, Javascript, ajax, Django, Visual Basic 6.0, .Net..etc</li>
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  • ...sidebar with a link to 'view more.' He would have liked maybe an in-place AJAX expander so he didn't have to load a new page to see all 8. ...sidebar with a link to 'view more.' He would have liked maybe an in-place AJAX expander so he didn't have to load a new page to see all 8.
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  • ...web application developed using django and modern web technologies such as AJAX, JQuery and Bootstrap.
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  • * Adam Jackson (ajax) 1. Adam Jackson (ajax) 1028
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  • * {{package|python-django-ajax-selects}}
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  • ...page will no longer be just a static page, viewable through CVSWeb, but an AJAX enabled page providing a lot of interaction. The page would integrate code
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  • 1136 | Adam Jackson (irc: ajax, FAS: ajax)
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  • * Development - [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] (ajax)
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  • JoshBoyer was excited enough to want to package it [2] , but AdamJackson (ajax) had already done that. ...the rate to 300 wakeups-per-second. NicolasMailhot responded that this was AJAX at work.
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  • * Адам Джексон Adam Jackson(ajax)
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  • Hot on the heels of this discussion thhe maintainer AdamJackson (ajax) posted[8] promptly to say that he had implemented option 1 in rawhide wit ...very recent ATI video cards) would be packaged for F7 or F8. AdamJackson (ajax) responded[1] that he needed to test them on their intended hardware first
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  • Compared to AJAX applications, Moksha's live pipes give us a
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  • ...le login the desktop could crash if the hostname was changed. AdamJackson(ajax) did not think[2] that the problem was a simple mismatch between the magic ...ache-1.3. In response to DennisJacobfeuerborn's request for some numbers, Ajax posted links to a blog entry[4] and a bugzilla[5] .
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  • ...| Xorg]] (X Window System) || [[User:Sgordon| Stephen Gordon]]* || [[User:ajax | Adam Jackson]]* / [[User:whot| Peter Hutterer]]* || '''Open''' || '''0'''
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  • ...rich web applications to servers. Reportedly this is more responsive than AJAX techniques. A test instance of <code>Fedora Community</code> and <code>AJAX</code> was reported<ref>https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2
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  • # sweet ajax UI junk and | style="color: #8c4a4a" | we decided to defer a) sweet ajax UI junk and b) automating the yum/network tests until later
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  • I would *love* to see some sort of fancy-schmany "Web 2.0", AJAX-y web application for the Fedora review process. The current process is qu
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  • ...ps://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=490496 medium, low, ---, ajax, NEW, X hangs at GDM with intel modesetting
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  • | style="color: #8c4a4a" | | ajax was looking into that earlier today | style="color: #8c4a4a" | | I expect ajax will maybe post an update on that sometime soon
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  • ** AJAX helper component in CakePHP * Add responsive components to the UI for ease of access to the users (AJAX search for relevant form fields)
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  • ...rfacce programmabili dall'aspetto piacevole grazie alle moderne tecnologie Ajax.
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  • ...plementing an API callable over http will enable a Command Line Interface, AJAX calls, and integration with other tools. ...th the user over the application could be quicker and more efficient using Ajax calls mainly with JSON. It could improve the user experience and make a gre
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  • ...id lots and lots of links and provide as less server requests as possible (AJAX?)</td></tr>
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  • '''ajax:''' '''ajax:'''
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  • ...ts/increments like i18n support, administration interface improvements and Ajax calls. I have been started working in some of those tasks already.
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  • * Adam Jackson (ajax) expected in the new 3.4 release. These include various ajax
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  • * Improved JavaScript, AJAX and Ruby support.
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  • ...continue to work as expected in the new 3.6 release. These include various ajax optimizations, needinfo actor support, frontpage.cgi, product browser, seve
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  • ...round: #8c4a4a"> jeremy</th><td class="text" style="color: #8c4a4a">I know ajax was working on it on friday, but I didn't quite catch what he was saying th
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  • I would *love* to see some sort of fancy-schmany "Web 2.0", AJAX-y web application for the Fedora review process. The current process is qu
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  • ...r: #818144" | Martix: it definitely is and does not work in FF for me (the ajax version)
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies. Thanks to Robert Scheck, Fedora community volunteer, for pa
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  • ...e HTML document traversal and manipulation, event handling, animation, and Ajax much simpler with an easy-to-use API that works across a multitude of brows
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  • ...some backend CGI stuff to emit data like a full list of components, and an AJAX bit to request that full listing, etc.</td><td class="time"><a href="#t13:2
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies. Thanks to Robert Scheck, Fedora community volunteer, for pa
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies. Fedora encourages contributors to package and maintain 100%
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  • ...u complet d'API et un visuel agréable utilisant les dernières technologies Ajax. Merci à Robert Scheck, contributeur Fedora pour avoir empaqueté et inté
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  • ...ery rough mock ups of an idea i had for this, my idea would be to create a ajax browser for the screen shots" and the discussion continued, exploring ways
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies. Thanks to Robert Scheck, Fedora community volunteer, for pa
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  • [[User:ajax|Adam Jackson]] asked<ref>http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-test-list/20
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  • * [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ajax_(programming) Ajax] powered in some sections like reports generation front end (If time permit
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  • ...o muy cómoda y agradable, gracias a la utilización de tecnologías modernas Ajax. Todo esto ha sido posible gracias a Robert Scheck, voluntario de la comuni
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  • ...rfacce programmabili dall'aspetto piacevole grazie alle moderne tecnologie Ajax. Grazie a Robert Scheck, volontario della Fedora Community, per aver realiz
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  • ...let d'API et une interface utilisateur agréable utilisant les technologies Ajax les plus récentes.
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  • * Adam Jackson (ajax)
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  • * Improved JavaScript, AJAX and Ruby support.
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  • ...ft this server ("<a href="http://www.mibbit.com">http://www.mibbit.com</a> ajax IRC Client").</td></tr> ...ft this server ("<a href="http://www.mibbit.com">http://www.mibbit.com</a> ajax IRC Client").</td></tr>
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  • ...continue to work as expected in the new 3.6 release. These include various ajax optimizations, needinfo actor support, frontpage.cgi, product browser, seve
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies.
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  • [[User:Ajax|Adam Jackson]] asked<ref>http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2
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  • ...CB6> usability wise the only thing I can think of is really just adding in ajax menu's that give suggestions and better organize the site
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  • | style="color: #854685" | | Bug 495908: medium, low, ---, ajax, ASSIGNED, glyph corruption
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  • | style="color: #818144" | e.g., ajax keeps all bugs in b.r.c, caillon pushes everything upstream
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  • ...nd the changes to ''bugzilla'' which included user-interface enhancements, AJAX optimizations for searching and displaying bugs and an XMLRPC API.
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  • ...: well, i haven't had time to do anything yet although i talked a bit with ajax &amp; halfline about how ppa works to figure out how they might use such a
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  • | style="color: #539e9e" | adamw: 1) ajax already did 2) don't seem to have enough powers to edit the update despite
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  • | style="color: #818144" | dave airlie (or ajax, I forget) posted the X team's List Of Things We Really Care About to that
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  • ...near ready to work with Compiz. (This was later confirmed by AdamJackson (ajax) who asked Miles to file a bug [2a] , and also said that 3D acceleration in
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  • Meanwhile AdamJackson(ajax) reacted[5] to Simo's suggestion that GNOME needed to be smarter about cha The idea was warmly received[2] by AdamJackson(ajax), although he admitted to not having looked into it yet and thought it migh
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  • | style="color: #488888" | | ajax et. al. seem to be aware that there are some, but most of 'em are thought t
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  • | style="color: #407a40" | | adam == ajax?
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies.
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  • ...ktopSIG on the wiki and added the notes of the first meeting. AdamJackson (ajax) updated[8] the bootchart review request. LinusWalleij was grateful for th
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  • ...tal time taken to boot was excessive, taking over two minutes. AdamJackson(ajax) agreed[2] and asked whether Dimi had investigated the problem using ''boo
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  • Did not hear from ajax in relation to this bug today. Again, we really
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  • AdamJackson(ajax) felt that the Xorg packages looked sane and thanked[16] Lennert for his g
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  • ...et of programming interfaces, and a comfortable look and feel using modern Ajax technologies. Thanks to Robert Scheck, Fedora community volunteer, for pack
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  • ...at the 2GB limit applies to single files not the entire RPM). AdamJackson (ajax) thought that POSIX 2001 tar might[23] make a worthy replacement and cast
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  • |ajax at redhat dot com||<code>pyxf86config</code>||[https://bugzilla.redhat.com/ |ajax at redhat dot com||<code>system-config-display</code>||[https://bugzilla.re
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  • |ajax at redhat dot com||<code>xorg-x11-drv-vermilion</code>||[https://bugzilla.r |ajax at redhat dot com||<code>pixman</code>||[https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_b
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  • ...h for getting the EFI framebuffer working, and discussed how to do it with ajax and pjones. The screen doesn't display anything after grub, and since we do
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