Rubber banding, a cute animation, and fixes for several long-standing inconsistencies feature in the latest development builds of the Nautilus file manager.
In this post I get a little giddy over revised mockups from a GNOME designer that showcase the image viewer app I've dreamed of. Come mock me for it!
GNOME is set to receive a $10,000 boost from Microsoft. Don't panic: they're not trying to buy influence, but 'give back' to free software projects it uses.
Details on GNOME's Google Summer of Code 2022 projects have been revealed, with work to improve open source video editor Pitivi a notable highlight.
The GNOME project today released GNOME 42, the latest version of its open source desktop environment. New features, UI tweaks, and performance gains are a staple part of every new GNOME desktop update, but none more so […]
GDM Settings is a new GTK app for configuring the GNOME login screen from a simple GUI, with options to change background, font, top bar items, and more.
Bon voyage, borders! GNOME devs have removed the unique curved corners that 'frame' apps on the GNOME Shell desktop. But will users really miss them?
We run through the many design tweaks made to GNOME Shell for the GNOME 42 release due for release in March. From darker colours to tighter margins.
GNOME devs plan a 'big cleanup' of code related to background wallpaper handling in GNOME Shell, which would result in the removal of several features.
It's big, bold, and controversial – and it's now here. Libadwaita 1.0 has been released. Learn why it's a big deal, and what it could mean for Ubuntu.
A faster way to toggle settings in GNOME Shell is explored in these mockups from the GNOME design team. Though not final, they hint at an exiciting future.
GNOME extensions are an easy way to add new features to the Ubuntu desktop. In this roundup we list the best GNOME extensions that work with Ubuntu.