A GNOME desktop designer proposes a new hardware info tool for the GNOME desktop. The app would show system info and firmware information.
If you’re short on things to read — seriously? — be sure to check out the latest experiment in the Firefox Test Pilot program. It’s called Advance and it aims to ‘advance’ you past the site you’re currently gawping at […]
Bug 701402 calls on GNOME developers to 'implement progress bars in GNOME Shell'. This is absolutely the sort of bug I can get behind — and in this post I tell you why.
As you may have heard me mention in the latest episode of the Ubuntu Podcast, I’ve been ankle deep in GNOME extensions these past few weeks. Why? Well, like many of you I have made a preëmptive switch to GNOME Shell now that Unity is […]
The Thunderbird email client is a great app, but its out-dated interface makes it a chore to use. Could a redesign reignite interest in it?
This stunning Ubuntu mockup gives us a glimpse at what the future could hold for the OS now that it is to switch back to GNOME as its default desktop.
Following news that Ubuntu is to switch to GNOME as its default desktop in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, some users have been keep to get a head start and switch over a little sooner. Bad Voltage podcaster Stuart Langridge is among […]
Papirus is one of the most popular Linux icon themes available, but now this stylish icon set needs your help to stay in active development.
If you manage your to-to list with a plaintext Todo.txt file this indicator applet may help you keep on top of your tasks. Sure, there are plenty of web-based clients, sticky note widgets, and feature-packed desktop task managers offering […]
When you look at Tux, the Linux mascot, what do you see? Do you see a penguin? Do you see a project? Or do you see something that’s dated and in need of a revamp? […]
Got a spare five minutes? You can help the Canonical design out by filling in a questionnaire. The team is looking to “gather information about how people perceive colours and use Scopes.” The short questionnaire […]
Learn a new word each time you open the terminal with 'sudocabulary', a command-line script that helps you broaden your vocabulary.