Over the past few months, the Endless OS Foundation has been putting focus on improving GNOME Software's reliability and performance. Endless OS is an OSTree-based immutable OS, and applications are entirely distributed as Flatpaks. GNOME Software is the frontend to that, and since our target userbase is definitely not going to use a terminal, we … Continue reading Profiling & optimizing GNOME Software
Maintainership of GNOME Settings
This article has been posted on GNOME's Discourse. Please use this Discourse thread to discuss the subject. GNOME Settings is one of the largest modules of the GNOME desktop. It sits comfortable as one of the bigger repositories out there. Not only that, but feature-wise, Settings is a pretty big hub of the desktop, connecting … Continue reading Maintainership of GNOME Settings
the burial of the filechooser meme
Crowdfunding Elgato Key Lights
Since I created Boatswain, earlier this year, a lot has happened. Recently it was accepted as part of the GNOME Circle! As the app gets more popular, people are asking for more useful features that I cannot implement without having access to the actual hardware they depend on. Specifically, I've received multiple requests to integrate … Continue reading Crowdfunding Elgato Key Lights
Boatswain 0.2.2 is out!
Last week, I've rolled out the 0.2.1 release of Boatswain, the Elgato Stream Deck application for Linux. After the massive push to get the initial releases out, the development pace naturally slowed down, but I managed to pick up some new fancy features for this release. The most visible new feature is dragging button actions … Continue reading Boatswain 0.2.2 is out!
the death of the meme
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Giving up on GNOME To Do
Seven years ago, back when I was a university student living with my parents and with lots of free time in my hands, I created GNOME To Do to help me organize my Google Summer of Code tasks. It was a fantastic time of my life, and I had the privilege of having time to … Continue reading Giving up on GNOME To Do
Updates on Boatswain
Since I wrote the announcement of Boatswain, things have progressed quite a lot. As I prepare for the 1.0 release, more features and bugfixes get in, and it's getting dangerously close to achieving all features I personally want from it. Stream Deck Mini & Original (v1) Thanks to a generous Stream Deck Mini donation, I … Continue reading Updates on Boatswain
Boatswain, your Stream Deck app for Linux
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
OBS Studio 27.2 on Flathub, get it while it’s hot!
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!