GNOME Settings: more GNOME, more settings

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

GNOME Shell and Mutter: better, faster, cleaner

The very first update in the series is about GNOME Shell and Mutter. I've been increasingly involved with the development of those two core components of GNOME, and recently this has been the focus of my development time. Fortunately, Endless allows me to use part of my work time to improve it. Naturally, I prioritize … Continue reading GNOME Shell and Mutter: better, faster, cleaner

My Perspective on This Year’s GUADEC

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

The Infamous GNOME Shell Memory Leak

Memory graph

Greetings GNOMErs, at this point, I think it's safe to assume that many of you already heard of a memory leak that was plaguing GNOME Shell. Well, as of yesterday, the two GitLab's MRs that help fixing that issue were merged, and will be available in the next GNOME version. The fixes are being considered … Continue reading The Infamous GNOME Shell Memory Leak

The Road to 3.28: Calendar and To Do

New tasklist view in To Do 3.27

Greetings my GNOME friends! It's been a long time with no news. I guess work and masters are really getting in the way... good news is that I'll finish masters in 2 months, and will have some free time to devote to this beloved project. "Bad" news is that, after almost 6 years, I'll finally … Continue reading The Road to 3.28: Calendar and To Do