GNOME developers are working towards redesigning the GNOME Control Center and as one of the steps towards that is rolling out a new Mouse and Touchpad panel.
The release schedule for the GNOME 3.19/3.20 series has now been firmed up.
One of the new additions so far in the GTK+ 3.19 development code in the road leading to the March release of GTK+ 3.20 is a new GtkShortcutsWindow widget that landed in Git yesterday.
There's less than two weeks ago for those identifying as women or belonging to certain ethnic groups within the United States to apply for this winter's Outreachy program to get paid to be involved with free/open-source software communities.
There's a new GNOME application called Games -- not to be confused with the few GNOME games out there like Sudoku and Solitaire. GNOME Games is not a game itself but intended as a tool for managing your game library.
The first update to GNOME 3.18 was released yesterday.
Version 3.18.1 of GNOME's Mutter window and compositing manager was released today for the GNOME 3.18.1 point release.
A Google Summer of Code student who worked on GTK+ and Nautilus has managed to overhaul the search feature of GNOME's file manager.
GNOME Software abandoned their "star rating system" over issues with abuse, lack of standardization by reviewers, and that package rating system really not working out. Now they're going to introduce a "kudos" rating system.
The GNOME2-forked MATE-Desktop has tagged version 1.11.0 as their newest milestone.
Within the latest development code of GNOME's key GLib library leading up to GNOME 3.20 is Unicode 8.0 support.
For those wondering about the state of GNOME, their annual report is now available.
We've been looking forward to GStreamer 1.6 and now it's been released.
Released one day after the big GNOME 3.18 release is now the GNOME Flashback update.
While those drawn up plans for GNOME 4.0 have yet to materialize, GNOME 3.18 was just officially released!
With the feature-rich and polished GNOME 3.18 arriving tomorrow, GNOME 3.19 development will quickly kick off in leading up to the GNOME 3.20 release next March.
GNOME 3.18 is set to be released tomorrow. If you've fallen behind in your Phoronix reading, here's a list of some the changes and new features to look forward to with this significant desktop environment update.
WebKitGTK+ 2.10 was tagged today for this week's release of GNOME 3.18.
Frederic Peters announced GNOME 3.17.92 this morning, a.k.a. the release candidate to GNOME 3.18.
Today's release of Mutter 3.17.92 has an important change for HiDPI users in time for GNOME 3.18.
With the release of GNOME 3.18 just around the corner, Emmanuele Bassi has shared some interesting statistics behind the development of the GTK+ 3.18 tool-kit as well as GLib.
Clutter 1.24.0 was released today in time for the upcoming release of GNOME 3.18.0.
Jean-François Fortin Tam has written a blog post about the GNOME Outreach program and how their cash flow problem last year came down to a business accounting mistake and how they're still looking to expand this program for getting women and other under-represented groups involved with free software.
With the forthcoming GNOME 3.18 release, yet another one of the features is proper Google Drive integration.
Epiphany 3.17.91 was released this morning, the near-final version of the GNOME web browser update ahead of GNOME 3.18 later this month.
With GNOME 3.18 quickly approaching its release, our attention will soon turn towards GNOME 3.20 for release in March of next year.
GNOME 3.17.91 was released today with the plans standing to officially release GNOME 3.18 later this month.
With GNOME 3.18 the Epiphany web-browser will now enable AdBlock usage by default as well as setting the Do-Not-Track headers by default.
GNOME has been one of the few key open-source projects not using a codename in one form or another, but that is changing.
The GNOME team responsible for NetworkManager have announced the release of NetworkManager 1.0.6 as yet another update prior to NetworkManager 1.2.
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