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I work for the Yorba Foundation developing high-quality applications for the GNOME desktop. I led development of Shotwell, a photo manager, Geary, a lightweight email client, and California, a GNOME 3 calendar. You can follow me on the Yorba blog.


Jul
9
comment Geary's Document Font
A patch to use the system document font has landed in master and should be available for version 0.8: bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=713746
Apr
6
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
23
comment Ubuntu 13.04 Geary - how to run in the background?
Does Thunderbird have a daemon? That's different than running in the background or while hidden.
Jan
23
comment How to setup geary with IMAP and SSL/TLS encription?
Geary doesn't currently support POP3, only IMAP. Make sure you're pointing it to an IMAP server.
Jan
23
answered Does geary have a command flag to compose new email?
Nov
4
comment Ubuntu 13.10 Mail Authentication
Geary uses libsecret, which in turn uses gnome-keyring as its backend on Ubuntu.
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Oct
8
answered Geary's Document Font
Aug
15
answered Pink overlay on all RAW files
Aug
15
answered Duplicate events in Shotwell
Feb
21
comment Geary Mail keeps crashing in ubuntu 12.10?
What kind of server are you connecting to? You might try running Geary like this to see its log: $ geary --debug
Feb
4
revised Xubuntu upload photos to Facebook or Picasa via shotwell
Shotwell for Quantal has been available on PPA for a while now
Feb
4
revised How do I make Shotwell regenerate all the thumbnails?
sp.
Jan
14
answered Way to hide the side-pane in Shotwell Photo Manager?
Dec
17
revised Xubuntu upload photos to Facebook or Picasa via shotwell
updated situation with bug and alternate version availability
Nov
14
revised Xubuntu upload photos to Facebook or Picasa via shotwell
Update to status of problem
Nov
12
answered Xubuntu upload photos to Facebook or Picasa via shotwell
Nov
2
awarded  Yearling
Jul
10
comment Shotwell with Dropbox
Also, you can specify Shotwell's data directory on the command-line using the -d option, i.e. "shotwell -d /home/jack/Dropbox/shotwell-data" This avoids symlink problems.
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus