Looking forward GNOME 3.22

The old GNOME mantra: The best GNOME release is the next GNOME release. is still true! Between backend reworks, Summer of Code projects and spontaneous contributions from awsome random contributors, here are the things that I'm looking forward with GNOME 3.22 release. Nautilus Let's face it: Nautilus is heading towards a bright future and it's … Continue reading Looking forward GNOME 3.22

GNOME Calendar and Drag n’ Drop

One of the most intuitive ways to interact with an application is reproducing what we do in real life. Applications try to shorten the learning curve by using metaphores of real world objects. We all know what GNOME Calendar is: a virtual calendar application. As such, using real-life calendars as a reference for it's UI … Continue reading GNOME Calendar and Drag n’ Drop

The GNOME 3.20 release

Time has passed and we finally made it: GNOME 3.20 just got released. I'm writing this post in a full GNOME 3.20 + Wayland session (thanks Arch folks, [gnome-unstable] is amazing). I'd like to take some time to reflect about this release, what happened and what didn't happen. Calendar While this certainly wasn't the biggest … Continue reading The GNOME 3.20 release

GNOME Calendar 3.19.90 was released

Aye folks! This was a very productive cycle for GNOME Calendar, and this release is the result of a hardworked cycle. First of all, the bad news: no DnD support, no Week View, no, no, no! But why, Mr. Feaneron? The reason is simple. Sanity. Behind the scenes GNOME Calendar is build on top of … Continue reading GNOME Calendar 3.19.90 was released