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Mi Casa es Su Casa

Name: Stefan-Dirk Posdzich
Age: 24
Born: Duisburg
Home: Warstein
Country: Germany

My Desktop

Fedora 9 with OpenBox and fbpanel on a Playstation 3 System.

Fedora 9

I am also using Fedora 8 on my x86 Desktop PC.


I am a Fedora Package Maintainer and Ambassador.

I am part of the following Special Interest Group:





Spielen unter Linux ( A german Linux gaming community )

/Fedora Packages

Xpad (Review Request)


Xpad is a sticky note application written using GTK+ 2.0 that strives to be simple, fault-tolerant, and customizable. Xpad consists of independent pad windows; each is basically a text box in which notes can be written. Despite being called xpad, all that is needed to run or compile it is the GTK+ 2.0 libraries.

Fedora PackageDB:
Bugzilla: #455069



fbpanel is a lightweight X11 desktop panel. It works with any ICCCM / NETWM compliant window manager (eg sawfish, metacity, openbox , xfwm4, kvm) It features tasklist, pager, launcbar, clock, menu and sytray.

Fedora PackageDB: fbpanel
Bugzilla: #448292
CVS: Development



XQF is a network game browser (e.g. Quake, Unreal, etc.). It helps you locate and connect to game servers. It has configurable server and player filters so you can find a server running your favorite game type or that has a buddy.

Fedora PackageDB: xqf
Bugzilla: #451280
CVS: Development



nPush is a logic game similar to Sokoban and Boulder Dash. You need to collect all the gold on the level and reach the exit. To make it hard there are some rocks that stand in your way, and you also have some dynamite to blast them away. Main difference from Sokoban, KSokoban and similar games is that you can have multiple player-controlled characters you can move on the screen.

nPush is a terminal based application and uses nCurses library for user interface.

Fedora PackageDB: npush
Bugzilla: #454302
CVS: Development

freesci (Review Request|rpmfusion)


FreeSCI is a portable interpreter for SCI (Sierra Creative Interpreter) games, such as the Space Quest series (starting with SQ3) or Leisure Suit Larry (2 and sequels).

Bugzilla: #29


Maybe, part of FrOSCon2008

"FrOSCon is a two-day conference on free software and open source."


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