This stoppage by the Covid-19 will allow many Girona players to enjoy a second chance. And among them are the majority of new players in this course. As far as campaign goes, Both Juan Carlos Unzué and Pep Lluís Martí have trusted the old guard and the ‘signings’ have had a hard time making a place for themselves in the line-ups. So much so, how only four ‘new’ are among the 11 most used players in the League: Pablo Maffeo, Gerard Gumbau, Juan Carlos and Jairo Izquierdo.Up to 18 footballers have arrived at Girona between the summer and winter markets this year and opportunities for some of them have been rather rare. They knew that they reached a somewhat defined group and with quality players, but they counted on having a more relevant role. The clear examples would be Samu Saiz and Álex Gallar. Both landed with the lineup of important footballers, the intention was that they give a quality leap to the squad and, although they treasure qualities for it, neither is being considered essential in the rojiblanco scheme. And the data indicates this because Despite the fact that Gallar has 1,223 ‘in the League and Saiz, 953’, none are in the group of 11 players with more minutes. Both have partners who have had more opportunities (at least, with 300 more minutes). They are currently working at home with the intention of vindicating themselves when the competition resumes and their objective, once normality recovers after the Covid-19, is to take advantage of the remaining days to gain more of Martí’s trust. They will have a second chance. Like other members of the Girona team such as Diamanka (he has played 697 ‘in the League) and Jozabed (494’). To convince Martí, you have to surrender and before the break for the Covid-19, the technician did not hide that he had a base team. And its favorite players are those who know the entity perfectly. It’s more, Four of the five most used footballers were already last season: Granell, Stuani, Alcalá and Borja García. The only one who has managed to sneak into that group is Maffeo. That despite being considered ‘new’ (last year he was at Stuttgart) he lives his fourth rojiblanco campaign.
Mozilla releases first Servo Nightly build by Martin Brinkmann on July 02, 2016 in Internet – Last Update: May 22, 2018 – 9 commentsMozilla released the first public Servo Nightly build yesterday for Mac and Linux devices to give interested users options to play around with the new web rendering engine.Servo is a new browser engine created by Mozilla Research and built by a global community of individuals and companies including Mozilla and Samsung.Source code of the project is written in the Rust programming language. Servo is designed for application and embedded use, and designed to be compatible with the Chromium Embedded Framework which companies such as Valve use in their own products.Servo Nightly buildNote: The released Servo Nightly build is a prototype that you cannot yet compare to established web browsers. You will encounter display issues on many sites, and functionality concentrates currently on displaying websites.Servo Nightly builds are provided for Mac and Linux devices only currently. Instructions on how to get Servo running are provided on the download page and are easy to follow. Extract the archive after downloading it, and execute ./runservo.sh if you are on Linux, or drag Servo.app from the extraction directory to the Applications folder and run it from there if you are on a Mac.The browser displays a new tab page on start listing sites that it renders fine for the most part. You may click on any to load them, or enter URLs manually instead to test them out.Many sites won’t render correctly at this point in time, but that is to be expected for such an early build.The interface is as bare bones as it gets. You get an address bar to search for content or load sites directly, and a menu that displays the open tabs currently.As mentioned earlier, this preview build is not designed to replace existing web browsers, at least not for the foreseeable future.The Servo team published a short video showcasing the first Servo Nightly build.The new tab page links to four tech demos that you can run using the browser. You may run those demos in other browsers as well by copying the URL and loading it in the browser.The demos seem to run faster using Servo than any other browser you load it in.The release of the first Nightly build of Servo marks an important milestone in development. While it may take a long while before anything mainstream comes out of it, it highlights that the project is making good progress.Please note that the builds won’t auto-update currently. This means that you will have to download them separately whenever updates are made available.The team plans to publish Windows and Android versions soon as well.And Firefox?You are probably wondering how Servo relates to Firefox, and whether Mozilla plans to integrate Servo or part of it in the Firefox browser.The Oxidation project aims to integrate Rust into Gecko and Firefox, and with it comes the opportunity to ship Servo components in Gecko/Firefox.A long term goal of the project is to replace Gecko components with those written in Rust and shared with Servo.SummaryArticle NameMozilla releases first Servo Nightly buildDescriptionMozilla released the first public Servo Nightly build yesterday for Mac and Linux devices to give interested users options to play around with the new web rendering engine.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement