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Improving the development experience for GNOME Settings

After Bastien and Rui announced that they were stepping down from maintainership of GNOME Settings, I went ahead and volunteered to take care of it. This was not a random act, though;  for quite some time, I’ve been adding and changing code all around. 1,250 more words

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Gnome Wayland Screenshot tools (2018)

Most screenshot tools broke in Wayland. But luckily the developer community caught up quickly and we have a few functional alternatives.

Besides the native gnome-screenshot tool (which is a bit slow for heavy screenshotters) there are two other functional tools: 206 more words

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GNOME Calendar 3.28.2 released

Another quick PSA:

GNOME Calendar 3.28.2 was released yesterday.

If you were having crashes and problems, please upgrade immediately. Quite a few crashers were fixed, and a few polishes went in too. 56 more words

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The Infamous GNOME Shell Memory Leak

Greetings GNOMErs,

at this point, I think it’s safe to assume that many of you already heard of a memory leak that was plaguing GNOME Shell. 1,707 more words

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On GNOME 3.27.90, time management, and a goodbye

Greetings GNOMErs,

It’s been a long time I don’t write here. These past months were excruciatingly busy and intense, and lots of things happened but I didn’t manage to keep up with the blog posts. 760 more words

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The Road to 3.28: Calendar and To Do

Greetings my GNOME friends!

It’s been a long time with no news. I guess work and masters are really getting in the way… good news is that I’ll finish masters in 2 months, and will have some free time to devote to this beloved project. 842 more words

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Improved half tiling available in Mutter 3.26.1

A late night announcement: the improved tiling patches (shown in a previous blog post) were merged in Mutter and and GTK+3, and will be available in GNOME 3.26.1 / GTK 3.22.23 (not yet released; should be available this week). 26 more words

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