Seeking F-11 google-gadgets tester

Ryan McCoskrie ryan.mccoskrie at
Sun Sep 13 16:52:08 UTC 2009

Do you want someone to check over the Qt version as well?
Comparing the two should quickly show us were the problem is.

PS: Sorry for not having done anything so far, kmal has been acting up
and I haven't
been able if it is a software, network or configuration issue.

On 13/09/2009, Michel Alexandre Salim <michael.silvanus at> wrote:
> We are experiencing very sluggish performance of google-gadgets-gtk on
> Rawhide systems on both ATi (using xorg driver) and Intel cards:
> If some people on F-11 could try and reproduce this, I'd be very grateful.
> - install google-gadgets-gtk
> - run ggl-gtk
> - try to add some gadgets
> - see if the default analog clock is actually ticking or not
> - if possible, try on both plain metacity (with compositing disabled)
> and with either compiz, or metacity with compositing
> On Rawhide, the clock is not ticking, and the gadget browser is *very*
> slow (but eventually responds to input, whether clicks or typing into
> the search box).
> If you could head to the bug report and describe your experience,
> along with your video card model and the driver RPM you use, in this
> format:
> $ lspci  | grep VGA
> 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile
> GM965/GL960 Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 0c)
> $ rpm -q xorg-x11-drv-intel # subst. intel for whichever you are
> actually running
> xorg-x11-drv-intel-2.8.0-13.20090909.fc12.x86_64
> then we can hopefully determine what's going on here.
> Thanks,
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> Michel Alexandre Salim
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