GStreamer 1.12.0 will soon be released as the latest version of this widely-used, open-source multimedia framework.
Matthias Clasen has announced the first point release to last month's big GNOME 3.24 desktop release.
Jonas Ådahl's latest GNOME work to benefit the GNOME Wayland support and other areas is a rework of Mutter so it now handles all low-level monitor configuration.
While there is GIMP for advanced image manipulation and then a few other alternatives for more simpler image manipulation or drawing, a new "GNOME Paint" program is in development.
Last week when writing about the release schedule for GNOME 3.26, one of the first questions was about what features are coming to this next installment of the GNOME desktop.
Matthias Clasen on Friday released version 3.90.0 of the GTK+ tool-kit.
The release schedule for GNOME 3.26, the next six-month update to this open-source desktop environment, has now been firmed up.
Gtef is short for the GTK+ Text Editor Framework and makes it easier to develop text editors and IDEs with GNOME's toolkit.
Matthias Clasen has just announced the official release of GNOME 3.24, codenamed Portland.
While some will argue that GNOME's Vala is a "dead" language, there still are active contributors and today they released version 0.36.
The final GNOME 3.23 development release is out ahead of next week's planned GNOME 3.24 debut.
GNOME's Mutter is getting ready for next week's planned GNOME 3.24.0 debut by overnight releasing Mutter 3.23.92.
GNOME 3.23.91 was released this morning by Matthias Clasen. With this GNOME 3.24 Beta 2 release there is an API/ABI freeze, feature freeze, UI freeze, and string freeze.
With the addition of over two thousand lines of code, GStreamer's video-convert code within gst-plugins-base is now properly multi-threaded.
For those eligible, Outreachy is accepting applications for their summer 2017 internship period if you wish to get paid while getting involved with open-source software.
GNOME 3.23.90, a.k.a. the GNOME 3.24 beta, is now available for testing ahead of this big desktop update due out in late March.
GNOME Shell 3.23.90 and Mutter 3.23.90 are now available for testing, which represents the component's release for the GNOME 3.24 beta.
GNOME Maps has become a much more viable piece of software with transit routing support having landed in Git master.
For those using GParted as a way to visually manage your Linux disk partitions/file-systems, GParted 0.28 was released as a Valentine's Day present for Linux users.
Matthias Clasen has issued the newest GTK4 development release with more feature work.
Longtime GNOME developer Emmanuele Bassi has pleaded his case that Vala is a "dead" language and that new applications/developers should look at alternatives or first work on improving this GNOME-centered language.
GNOME developers continue investing in the Meson Build System and the results continue to be much faster than Autotools and generally other build systems too.
Developers working on GNOME's Web Browser, Epiphany, have prepared the v3.23.5 release as their latest development version in the road towards GNOME 3.24.
The GEGL/GIMP team have decided some details concerning GIMP 2.10 as well as the future GIMP updates with GTK3, which may now be GTK4 instead.
GNOME developer Jonas Ådahl has begun landing his work on a new monitor configuration system in Mutter for the GNOME 3.24 desktop release.
The developers working on NetworkManager have rolled out their big v1.6 feature update.
The latest development release is now available of the work leading up to the GNOME 3.24 desktop in March.
GNOME developer Georges Stavracas has shared his thoughts on the state of the GTK4 tool-kit with the recent work involving a Vulkan renderer, including which also now works on Wayland.
The librsvg library for SVG rendering is up to version 2.41.0 and with this milestone it's their first release to port some code to Rust while maintaining the same public API.
The GTK toolkit's Vulkan renderer continues making quick progress.
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