I know you're thinking "Joey, you've been here before", but this time it's different. Code has been committed and merged. A fix is finally happening.
Major GNOME Shell design changes are coming, but not everyone is please. GNOME devs share an update on their progress and urge users to 'wait' to try it.
GNOME developers have unveiled an ambitious set of UX changes they hope to implement in GNOME 40. We take a closer look at the proposed redesign.
The Snap Store app Ubuntu 20.10 uses a lot of memory even when it's not running. In this post I opine on the problem and ask if others experience it too.
Task Widget is a GNOME extension that shows your to-do list in the GNOME message tray. Learn what it can do and how to install it in this post.
GNOME developers have announced that the next stable release of the desktop environment will use a new version number — and it's not GNOME 3.40.
New GNOME development adds the long-requested ability to have desktop notifications grouped by application rather than appearing individually.
GNOME fans can now buy t-shirts, hoodies, and even socks bearing the famous logo through a new, dedicated online store. We take a look at what's on offer…
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS's improved GNOME Shell performance didn't arrive out of nowhere. Now, in a new forum post the Ubuntu dev behind the effort explains more.
Improved desktop notifications and a Wayland-compatible battery testing tool are among the 14 projects selected by GNOME for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC).
What would a GNOME tablet user experience look like? These mockups from GNOME designer Tobias Bernard give us a pretty good idea.
Is an independent GNOME OS an inevitability? A recent blog post put out by GNOME designer Tobias Bernard certainly certainly makes a compelling case for one.