GNU Xnee 3.16 (‘No Show Jones’) released

We are pleased to announce the availability of GNU Xnee 3.16

GNU Xnee is a suite of programs that can record, replay and distribute
user actions under the X11 environment. Think of it as a robot that can
imitate the job you just did. GNU Xnee can be used to:
    Automate tests
    Demonstrate programs
    Distribute actions
    Record and replay 'macro'
    Retype the content of a file

Getting the Software

or one of the mirror sites as found in:


d70f26e135ebf5b1a307f1434c451eaf xnee-3.16.tar.gz
368848631 1798348 xnee-3.16.tar.gz

New in this release

New features:

Gnee can record XInput events

* Fixed bugs:



And the name “No Show Jones”? It’s a tribute to one of my favorite singers of all time, George Jones. He passed away in April earlier this year. George earned his nickname from his habit of not showing up at shows.

To Gnome or not Gnome

Hired a trailer yesterday and saw this sticker on it.













Someone doesn’t seem to like Gnome. Compare with Gnome’s official logo.

















Will KDE start using it?

Gnome meeting yesterday

I came to the place at 19.30 (always late?) and there was like 8-10 people there, including Anderas Nilsson (speaking at FSCONS).

Then Lennart from Wikimedia Sverige phoned me and asked me where we were and told me the Wikimedians (Wikimedia has a booth at Göteborg Book Fair) were coming over, including Lars Aronsson (speaking at FSCONS). They were something like 10 people.

Woops, enter Jeremiah Foster (speaking at FSCONS).  Add to that Per Andersson (speaking at FSCONS) and his friends ….

… all in all, it was great and a lot of people!