Banshee will be replaced by Rhythmbox for Ubuntu 12.04. The news was confirmed during the wrap-up session of the Ubuntu Developer Summit.
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 Mono 2.8 preview release created some stir in our comment section when it was announced with performance improvements and a new more efficient memory system. It was since released , and had a maintance […]
In an update to semantic launcher 'Synapse' an indicator-applet landed and, for now at least, it's not optional. So here are 3 ace mono-icons to replace it with.
Keep a mono-styled tray icons but use any theme set of your choice for the rest of your system.
Easy to use hardware and power management applet Jupiter may stop unnecessary power drain on your Linux netbook but its brightly coloured tray icons can’t do the same for desktop cohesion. Help is here in the shape - or should that be colour - of the following Ambiance-style mono icons for Jupiter, created by Nick Campbell.
Remember that pretty swish new Twitter client called ‘Hotot‘ that we mentioned recently? One rather petty complaint we had with it was the choice of colour tray icon used in the indicator-applet. Good news if […]
Andrew Jorgensen has announced that the 2.8 preview of Mono is available. This is the first early version of what will become Mono 3.0, the next long term supported version of Mono (2.4.x and later […]