Picking up where the great gtk+ kick-start tutorial by Alberto Ruiz ended Daniel Siegel decided to introduce a new way of teaching new comers how to develop your own GNOME apps. His new initiative will introduce screencasts that will teach you basics of the GNOME platform and language bindings such as python, JS, C, Vala, etc...
A new release of GNOME video editor 'PiTiVi' has been made available and sees the oft-cited "basic video editor" gain some impressive new audio and video effects, as well as interface improvements and bug fixes.
A recent proposal be PulseAudio and systemd lead developer Lennart ?Poettering to add systemd raised concerns that GNOME might drop support for non-Linux platforms. This isn't the aim; and here's why.
Recently I had to make a choice as to whether I wanted to stay with Ubuntu Unity or move to GNOME 3 and hence another distribution. I chose to move to Fedora because my work requires it, luckily though this has given me a new perspective as I have been a long time Ubuntu user.
The latest version of the GNOME desktop environment has been released - and what a release it is. GNOME 3, aside from looking visually different to GNOME 2 thanks to its new 'Shell' - has had a refit, rethink and re-code of pretty much everything.
The GNOME Release team meeting at GNOME Bangalore hackfest have decided to postpone the 3.0 release to September of this year, release manager Vincent Untz unveiled today. He cited various reasons for the delay, including a large number of freeze break requests, constant changes in the design, Mozilla dropping embedded versions of Gecko and more.
A double whammy update, mostly since day 2+3 were largly just expanding on the work everyone started on day one.
It's now the morning of day 2 and people are slowly starting to arrive at the Hackerspace.be room we call home during the GNOME+Mono hackfest. On day one we were so busy that the first task of day in fact is posting the update.
We wrote about it, and now, after literally weeks of planning, it is here. The post-FOSDEM GNOME+Mono hackfest. We've only be at it for about an hour so there is not yet much code to show but I thought the OMG army would enjoy a couple of pictures as proof that we are actually working.
The official website for GNOME 3, the next iteration of the GNOME desktop, has gone online in alpha state.
MoonOS 4 has swung into view and what a change it brings. Simplifed file system, new theme, standalone applications, a bevy of great apps installed by default... Read on for more information and the all important download link.
Reader Vjjustin has written up an interesting little tutorial on creating a ‘wingpanel’-style panel using nothing more than the default GNOME panel.