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GNOME’s New Lock Screen Design Goes Online

The tentative design proposal for the new GNOME lock screen has been published online. The designs, created by Novell's Jakub Steiner and published on the GNOME Design Wiki, take cues from the lock-screens of smartphones by remaining semi-useful when locked (displays big clock, message notifications, music controller).

12 February 2012
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GNOME’s Revamped ‘Web’ Browser Is Minimal, Mighty

GNOME's work on a revamped and repurposed 'Epiphany' web browser - which seeks to make the browser a core part of the GNOME experience - is coming along nicely. The redesign of Epiphany, which is relabelled 'Web' in the app itself, seeks to to offer GNOME users a 'simple, clean, beautiful view of the [internet].'

18 January 2012

[How to] Make Ubuntu 11.10 Look and Feel Like GNOME 2

Longing for the look and feel of the classic GNOME desktop in Ubuntu 11.10? Well it's easier to achieve than you might think. Peek on in for a guide to aping the look of old school GNOME in new school GNOME.

13 December 2011

Help Bring GNOME Games Up to Scratch

The fifteen games maintained by the GNOME Games project are in need of help. With the rest of the GNOME desktop evolving around them the games developers 'have struggled to keep up with the latest GNOME technology'.

9 December 2011
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GNOME Declares War on Minor Bugs With ‘Every Detail Matters’ Project

GNOME's Allan Day has announced the launch of a new development project aimed at fixing 'the small bugs [in GNOME] that ..undermine the overall experience.'

1 December 2011
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New GNOME App Designs Hint at a Bright Future for Linux

GNOME Designer Allan Day has shown off various updated designs for potential future GNOME applications.

10 November 2011
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Precisely What Version of GNOME Will Ship in Ubuntu 12.04?

What version of GNOME will ship in Ubuntu 12.04? That was the topic of discussion at one of today's Ubuntu Developer Summit sessions.

2 November 2011
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Linux.conf.au 2012 Early Bird Registrations Open, First Keynote Speaker Announced

It's that time of year again. It didn't feel like long since I was reporting on Linux Conference Australia 2011 way back in January this year, where we interviewed the founder of Linux Linus Torvalds, an early Canonical employee and GNOME release manager Jeff Waugh, and covered everything from Linux-powered robots to liveblogging Google's Vice President Vint Cerf's opening keynote. Linux.conf.au is back again next year, hosted in Ballarat (just outside Melbourne, Australia) and once again at least one representative from OMG! Ubuntu! will make the trip to report on a weeks' worth of exciting Linux news, showcasing and project launches. Make the jump for more information, and detail on the first keynote speaker - GNOME's Executive Director Karen Sandler.

25 September 2011
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The GNOME 2 Fork ‘Mate’

Whether it's Unity in Ubuntu, GNOME Shell in Fedora, or the number 4 suffixing KDE, there are some users who don't welcome change with open arms. For those people not united behind Unity, remain unsure about GNOME Shell, and couldn't care less about KDE listen up: the GNOME 2 desktop has been forked.

21 August 2011
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Gnome Screencasts Episode 6 – How To Make a Web Browser

The sixth instalment of wannabe-developer orientated web series 'Gnome Screencasts' is now online. And this time it's a web browser in the making...

22 July 2011
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GNOME Screencasts Episode 3: ‘Creating a Nifty Calculator’

The third episode in Daniel Siegel‘s ‘GNOME Screencast’ series, which aims to introduce new developers to the GNOME platform, is now online and ready to view.

1 July 2011
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Gnome Screencasts Episode 2: How To Make A Photo App

The latest instalment of Daniel Siegel's 'GNOME Screencasts' series, which aims to introduce new developers to the GNOME platform, is now online.

23 June 2011