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

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

Say hello to the new Wi-Fi panel

The new Wi-Fi panel

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

The new Online Accounts & Printer panels (and other related news!)

Greetings, GNOMErs! If you're watching closely the GNOME Control Center iterations, you probably noticed it already has a bunch of new panels: Keyboard, Mouse & Touchpad, and other panels like Sharing, Privacy and Search that don't need to be ported. I'm pleased to announce that the Online Accounts panel joined this family. Check this out: … Continue reading The new Online Accounts & Printer panels (and other related news!)