I've been quiet for the past few weeks, with no live streams nor blog posts. Sorry! This was the reason: That's right: rich and engaging Stream Deck integration on Linux. Boatswain is a new app I've been working on for the past month that allows controlling Stream Deck devices. It can assign icons and actions … Continue reading Boatswain, your Stream Deck app for Linux
Today, OBS Studio published its 27.2 release. With this release, besides the always good to have bugfixes and improvements, there's one change in particular that makes me super excited: this is the first release officially published to Flathub! Flathub joins OBS Studio's Ubuntu PPA in the list of official builds. On Ubuntu, both can be … Continue reading OBS Studio 27.2 on Flathub, get it while it’s hot!
This week (November 8th – 12th) is the Endless Orange Week, a program where the entire Endless team engages in projects designed to grow our collective learning related to our skills, work and mission. My project for this program was improving XDG portals. I set myself out to work on the following problems: Improve the … Continue reading Adventures with portals
As of today, I'm happy to announce that all of the pull requests to make OBS Studio able to run as a native Wayland application, and capture monitors and windows on Wayland compositors, landed. I've been blogging sparsely about my quest to make screencasting on Wayland a fluid and seamless experience for about a couple … Continue reading OBS Studio on Wayland
Last week I gave a Flatpak workshop at Latinoware, one of the biggest South American Free Software meetings. It was a triuph! The room was fully loaded, and everyone (almost 30 people!) managed to create their own Flatpak repository and their own Flatpak app. You can find my slide deck here (in Brazilian Portuguese). And … Continue reading Flatpak Workshop at Latinoware