"[…]As long as #snap is a solution to a problem, it’s great. Just like #Flatpak, it can solve some of the real issues […] when it starts harming our interaction with upstream projects and software vendors and reducing our choice, it becomes a threat[…]" https://t.co/SbhI8NfxkX
— Thorsten 'FOSS & Life, The Univer…' Leemhuis(3/6) (@knurd42) July 3, 2019
Congratulations to our friends in the @kdecommunity on their new Plasma 5.15 release! We are so proud of the exceptional work you have pulled off this cycle, and are thankful to have you working alongside us to develop the future of the libre desktop.
Check out the excellent progress being made on GNOME Settings (aka GNOME Control Center) for our upcoming 3.32 release. This new version will include many new and updated panels, responsive design improvements, and much, much more!https://t.co/hSaqpPr6Zc
One thing I like about #Gnome: Its developers think about all those little and easily forgotten details and make sure the desktop gets them right – like in cases where someone secretly connects a different or additional keyboard.
AMI joins the LVFS: blogs.gnome.org/hughsie/2018/1… @hughsient writes "[…] AMI is the world’s largest BIOS firmware vendor […] like #Tuxedo get LVFS support almost for free […] Also, expect another large vendor announcement soon. It’s the one quite a few people have been waiting for."