The Sprint series comes out every 3 weeks or so. Focus will be on the apps I maintain (Calendar, To Do, and Settings), but it may also include other applications that I contribute to. GNOME Calendar: a new web calendar discoverer & optimizations After a fairly big push to reimplement the web calendar discoverer code, it landed … Continue reading Sprint 4: tons of code reviews, improved web calendar discoverer
During the Sprint #2, a new feature landed in GNOME To Do, GNOME Settings went through an Every Detail Matters session, and Calendar advanced in the calendar management dialog rewrite.
Before deep diving into the more extensive architectural changes that I've been working on GNOME Shell and Mutter, let's take a moment to highlight the latest changes to GNOME Settings. Being the (co)maintainer of Settings for a full year now, the development pace has been great so far. I would go as far as to … Continue reading GNOME Settings: more GNOME, more settings
Greetings GNOMEies This year, I had the pleasure to attend GUADEC at Almeria, Spain. Lots of things happened, and I believe some of them are important to be shared with the greater community. GUADEC This year's GUADEC happened in Almería, Spain. It turns out Almería is a lovely city! Small and safe, locals were friendly … Continue reading My Perspective on This Year’s GUADEC
New DX features on GNOME Settings
Greetings my friends, if you're following the GNOME development closely, you're now more than aware of this movement of reworking GNOME Control Center. It was a remarkably colossal work, specially because we used a bottom-up approach: fix the panels, then switch to the new shell. With the release of GNOME 3.25.91, I'm proud to say: … Continue reading Introducing Settings (or, the new Control Center)
Hello my GNOME friends 🙂 Y'all know that we're taking big steps to move Settings (a.k.a Control Center) to a brand-new, super shiny layout. As a courtesy of our beloved designer, Allan Day, we have mockups of a new Settings layout that is both modern and preserves (most of) the functionality we already have. He … Continue reading Say hello to the new Wi-Fi panel