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The latest GNOME 3.12 development packages have better support for running on Wayland.
14 November 2013 - GNOME 3.12 - 14 Comments
The Broadway back-end to the GTK3 tool-kit that provides remote HTML5 support for rendering GTK+ applications within modern web-browsers has received further work to support having GTK applications on the Apple iPad.
13 November 2013 - Broadway
Broadway, an HTML5 back-end for GTK3 to allow running GTK3 programs in modern web-browsers, has picked up an interesting feature.
12 November 2013 - Touch Support - 1 Comment
Making GIMP 2.10 a more exciting release is that the open-source image manipulation/editing program finally has good support for dealing with image meta-data for EXIF, IPTC, and XMP formats.
7 November 2013 - GIMP 2.10 - 23 Comments
Early GNOME 3.12 development packages are beginning to make more extensive use of UPower, the Linux power device abstraction layer that's reaching version 1.0.
1 November 2013 - UPower - 2 Comments
With the first GNOME 3.12 development release (v3.11.1) due to occur this week, many of the first very early GNOME 3.12 packages are being checked in for early testing ahead of the desktop's full debut in March of 2014.
30 October 2013 - GNOME 3.12 - 4 Comments
In light of applications like Wireshark moving from GTK to Qt over better cross-platform support and portability, the GNOME team has finally released their first GTK+3 binaries for Microsoft Windows.
28 October 2013 - GTK+ 3 - 28 Comments
Now that GNOME 3.10 has shipped and with it comes initial native Wayland support, GNOME developers are beginning to focus on the GNOME 3.12 release cycle and working on some of the open work items in Wayland enablement.
16 October 2013 - GNOME 3.10
AbiWord 3.0 is finally out with support for the GTK+ 3.x tool-kit and a significant number of other new features to the GNOME-focused multi-platform open-source word processor.
13 October 2013 - AbiWord 3.0 - 15 Comments
The Shotwell photo management/organizer software for the GNOME desktop has been updated. As the first major update to Shotwell in several months, this release comes with several changes.
4 October 2013 - Shotwell 0.15 - 3 Comments
There's a new GNOME application that experienced its first release this morning: GNOME Logs. While there's a lot of work left on the project, GNOME Logs is to serve as a centralized log viewer for the systemd journal on the GNOME desktop.
30 September 2013 - GNOME Logs - 54 Comments
This week prior to the GNOME 3.10 release also marked the release of GNOME-Panel 3.8 and GNOME-Flashback-Session 3.8. The "GNOME Flashback" project is about revitalizing the GNOME 3 "fallback" session experience found in earlier 3.x releases for cases where no 3D hardware acceleration was available.
28 September 2013 - GNOME Flashback - 32 Comments
To accompany the GNOME 3.10 release, WebKitGTK+ 2.2.0 was released on Friday. This update to the GNOME version of the WebKit web rendering engine is quite an exciting update with numerous new features.
27 September 2013 - WebKitGTK+ 2.2 - 1 Comment
GStreamer 1.2.0 is now available as the first major update to this widely-used open-source multimedia framework since the GStreamer 1.0 milestone some months ago.
24 September 2013 - GStreamer 1.2.0 - 48 Comments
With another day comes more improvements to the Linux desktop running atop Wayland. While yesterday saw Enlightenment on Wayland work, today already is some GNOME Wayland activity ahead of the GNOME 3.10 release in just a few weeks time.
12 September 2013 - GNOME Session Wayland - 32 Comments
A few weeks after Amarok 2.8 was released on the KDE side, GNOME's Rhythmbox 3.0 music player is now available.
6 September 2013 - GNOME Rhythmbox - 7 Comments
The GNOME desktop's Mutter Wayland version has been released ahead of the official GNOME 3.10 release later in September.
5 September 2013 - Mutter Wayland - 7 Comments
GNOME Shell has got another Wayland improvement ahead of the GNOME 3.10 debut next month.
31 August 2013 - Wayland GNOME Shell - 63 Comments
The GNOME Web Browser will no longer be using Google as its default search engine but they have struck a deal to use DuckDuckGo as its new search engine.
29 August 2013 - DuckDuckGo - 13 Comments
While traditionally the middle-click mouse button has been a convenient way to paste rather than Ctrl + V on Unix-like systems, GNOME designers are looking to change it up for their desktop.
26 August 2013 - GNOME Designers - 158 Comments
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