"It lives!" cries the release announcement and by jove I suspect many will be surprised to hear that the original launcher app 'Do' (formally known as GNOME Do) has been updated this week.
We all love a good mystery and the currently unknown ‘launcher app’ we first featured around a week ago continues to bamboozle us, with our ‘source’ today leaking two new screenshots of it in action. […]
A trusted source, one wishing to remain anonymous, sent in the following screenshot of what looks like the newly-rewritten [Gnome] Do...
Avid GNOME Do enthusiasts, fans and fanatical followers may have noticed that the project hasn’t been up to much of late. The last major update we heard from the Do guys was back in March […]
In case you haven’t noticed, we’re pretty big fans of Gnome-Do around these parts. However, there’s a new little app that, in some ways, might just be drinking Do’s milkshake. Its Kupfer, and no, I […]
Yesterday evening the jolly folk behind launcher-and-then-some GNOME Do held a meeting to set out some goals for the future of the project. Hold on to your seats, kids. Just Do. First things first, the […]
GNOME Do developer Alex Launi announced this morning that, finally, Do and Docky are now separate applications. When we broke the news that Docky and GNOME Do were to split, back in October of last […]
Continuing our series on replacement icons for applications that don’t blend nicely with the Karmic default theme ‘humanity’ we find two new icons one for music player Banshee and the other for note-taking supremo Tomboy. […]
Since the news of Do and Docky’s mutual decision to split to better serve users of both apps, a lot of readers have been left confused, worried and annoyed. Docky Alpha 1 To clear things […]
The next version of Gnome-Do will come pre-packaged with several new docklets ” including the GMail docklet pictured above. It sits in your dock and simply informs you of mail via a ‘counter’ and has […]