Anyone booting into the new-fangled Ubuntu 13.04 desktop later this month will notice something missing; Gwibber does not come pre-installed on Ubuntu any longer. Why not? We find out...
A new QML version of Ubuntu's default social client 'Gwibber' has been demoed by its developer...
The Ubuntu Global Jam – a weekend-long session of community activities to help improve Ubuntu – wraps up tomorrow, but if you feel a bit left out of activities here’s your chance to contribute. The […]
The icon for Ubuntu's default social client Gwibber is nice enough but could it be better?
Gwibber - it's Ubuntu's default social client, but do you use it? Chances are you don't. Despite have a great feature set and support for almost every major social networking sites Gwibber is tarnished with a reputation for being slow, laggy, resource hungry and a notification-nuisance. But come Ubuntu 11.10 in October Gwibber will be a very different beast. Gwibber just got sexy.
The following lens for Gwibber, Ubuntu's default 'social messaging application, weaves your social networking streams through the slick visuals of Unity and making them easily accessible from the Ubuntu desktop.
Gwibber is Ubuntu's default social networking client and boasts a powerful set of features for tweeting, denting and micro-blogging your life - but are you aware of everything that it can do?
Oh Gwibber - where art thou? It feels an age since we last mentioned anything related to Gwibber but, thankfully, there's a reason for that.
Get Gwibber and Empathy to auto start on login.
If you're on Maverick (or even if you're not) chances are you're in love with the Ubuntu font and as such want to use it everywhere you possibly can. Gwibber, when using the 'Ubuntu' theme, sadly has ideas of its own but enabling Ubuntu-font usage is no more than a minor-hack away.
What's the best thing since slice bread?
To many of us applications are like cars: you get it, turn them on and they run. The running, fine-tuning and servicing of the app/car is left to a professional – in this case developers. […]