A new version of elementary OS arrives in the spring, and when it does it’ll have a number of significant new features and changes on offer. Among them a small yet appreciable bump to the version number. […]
Ever tried elementary OS? If so you’ll know that you can’t put icons on the desktop by default. It’s a frustrating experience, particularly if you’re used to being able to use the desktop space as […]
Is Linux app development of in decline or switching to 'bespoke' Linux distros with stable foundations, like elementary OS and Deepin? And does this potential trend matter?
The second beta release of elementary Freya is now available for download, and arrives some six months after the first beta was released to much excitement.
The new version of the elementary website is being built entirely in open-source technologies and will be privacy conscious from the start.
The first public beta of elementary OS Freya is now available to download — not that the team behind the Ubuntu-based Linux distro think you should try it.
Ubuntu might well be the world's most widely used flavour of Linux distribution, but whether it's the best remains a hotly contested, hugely contentious topic.
With Ubuntu placing all of its eggs in a 'convergence' shaped basket, it's left to smaller Linux distributions to push forward the more traditional desktop paradigm that most users are comfortable with.
Development of Shotwell is to be taken over by the team behind Ubuntu-based Linux distribution elementary OS.
I recently had an opportunity to sit and chat with Daniel 'DanRabbit' Foré about many things. In this first part of the interview, we discuss elementary, his role in it, recent and future prospects...
Change is afoot for one of Linux's most popular GTK themes. Elementary, from its latest release onwards, only "intend" to provide support for its GTK and icon set under the Pantheon desktop environment - the default desktop of the elementary OS. Project lead Dan Rabbit describes the effort to support the various desktop environments and applications in both the gtk theme and the icon set as 'a royal pain'. "So I'm just focusing on making Pantheon work."
The next version of elementary's Ubuntu-based operating system, code-named Luna, is likely to see release in the coming months. With work under the hood of the lightweight-Linux OS well underway, the team are starting to turn thoughts to some of the more visual aspects. This includes assembling a set of wallpapers to ship with the release. And to do so they need your help.