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GNOME To Start Using Codenames

GNOME has been one of the few key open-source projects not using a codename in one form or another, but that is changing.

29 August 2015 - GNOME 3.18: Gothenburg - 15 Comments
Fedora 24 Still Planning For Wayland By Default, Still Some Work Left

Christian Schaller of Red Hat has written a lengthy blog post today about a Wayland update following a BoF from this year's GNOME GUADEC conference. There's still some major work left to be tackled before Wayland is ready to replace X, but the plan is still to make the default switch for Fedora 24 Workstation.

19 August 2015 - Fedora Workstation 24 Wayland - 12 Comments
Cool Things To Do With GTK+

Prolific GNOME/GTK developer Matthias Clasen presented at the on-going GUADEC conference about neat tricks / little known features of GTK+.

9 August 2015 - GTK+ Tricks - 1 Comment
It's Been Three Years Since "GNOME 4.0" Was Proposed

Three years ago this week was GUADEC 2012 where GNOME 4.0 was proposed along with GNOME OS. While GNOME 4.0 was supposed to materialize in 2014, that obviously didn't happen, but at least GNOME 3.x has matured a lot and garnered much better support than it had years ago.

28 July 2015 - GNOME 4.0 Talk - 54 Comments
GNOME 3.17.4 Released

GNOME 3.17.4 is now available as the latest development release towards the September debut of GNOME 3.18.

23 July 2015 - GNOME 3.17.4 - 3 Comments
Linux Vendor Firmware Service Launches

Richard Hughes announced today the Linux Vendor Firmware Service (LVFS) for hardware vendors to be able to upload their firmware files -- thus making them redistributable to fwupd users (such as with Fedora 23+) assuming they comply with the AppStream specification.

24 June 2015 - LVFS - 3 Comments

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