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Fwupd 1.3.1 Released With GNOME Firmware 3.34

Richard Hughes has released GNOME Firmware 3.34, his new project formerly known as the GNOME Firmware Update as an alternative interface outside of GNOME Software for managing firmware updates on Linux. Additionally, Fwupd 1.3.1 is out with the newest firmware updating bits.

13 September 2019 - Linux Firmware Updating - 4 Comments
GTK 4.0 Isn't Expected To Be Released Until Autumn 2020

GTK 4.0 won't be out this year, nor is it expected next spring as part of the GNOME 3.36 cycle, but now the developers believe this next major tool-kit update will be ready to ship in just over one year's time with the autumn release of GNOME 3.38.

29 August 2019 - GTK4 In 2020 - 36 Comments
GNOME Launches An Inclusion & Diversity Team

In addition to GNOME's involvement and stewarding of the Outreachy program (back to the days when it was known as GNOME's "Outreach Program for Women"), they have just launched an Inclusion and Diversity Team to help the desktop environment community become more inclusive.

2 August 2019 - GNOME Inclusion + Diversity Team - Add A Comment
Sysprof Picks Up Profiling Support For CPU Power Consumption

GNOME's Sysprof profiler continues on a trajectory of becoming an incredibly versatile component for developers looking to maximize performance and efficiency under this desktop environment. Sysprof already picked up a number of new features for GNOME 3.34 but work is not yet finished.

1 August 2019 - Sysprof - 2 Comments
Pango 1.44 Is Coming Thanks To The Revival By GNOME Developers

Back in May there were the plans shared by Red Hat's Matthias Clasen to work out some improvements to the Pango layout engine library after going fairly stale in recent years. That work is coming to fruition with a Pango 1.44 release looking like it will be here soon with new features.

19 July 2019 - Pango 1.44 - 10 Comments
GNOME Software Moving Forward With Disabling Snap Plugin

While currently Ubuntu makes use of GNOME Software as their "software center" (or "app store") with Snap integration, as we wrote about recently Canonical has begun writing their own Snap Store. Given this and that they don't plan to use GNOME Software in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and thus have taken their developers away from working on the upstream support, GNOME developers are planning to disable the Snap plug-in for GNOME Software.

11 July 2019 - GNOME Software + Snap Store - 139 Comments

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