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[bookmark=]If you read one thing from me, please be this… [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]And in the same period of time # for Linux had 43912 downloads of LibreOffice 7.0, 10% of all downloads from the official download page for all platforms (Win, macOS, Linux). That's not bad, not bad at all.
@FlatpakApps FTW![/bookmark]

[bookmark=]New blog post: Identifying Operating Systems in @BoxesGNOME…

Screenshot of the new page on the GNOME Boxes 3.38 VM creation assistant that allows users to pick an operating system for image files that haven't been detected by Boxes (libosinfo).
Identifying Operating Systems in GNOME Boxes

[bookmark=]Missed out on #? Our videos have now started to be published on YouTube - check them out! [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]GTK 3.99 is out!
GTK 3.99

"[…]A window on the 144 Hz monitor will paint at 144 Hz, and # will composite to the monitor at 144 Hz, while a window on the 60 Hz monitor will paint at 60 […]" # wayland #

Quote from "Splitting up the Frame Clock" by Jonas Ådahl…

Splitting up the Frame Clock

[bookmark=]The June update from the Mutter & GNOME Shell Team is out! Read it here:
This Month in Mutter & GNOME Shell | May and June 2020

[bookmark=]Just in time for summer, here's flatpak 1.8: [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]The big picture in shell land. # #
GNOME Shell UX Plans: The Bigger Picture

[bookmark=]mutter's master branch now loads XKB data from XDG_CONFIG_HOME/xkb/. This is step 2 on the way to provide an xmodmap replacement in Wayland. [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]So, uh, the Microsoft CEO mentioned my passion project at a conference to, uh, lots of people.…

2020 is definitely a weird one. [/bookmark]

[bookmark=]Let's say this one more time together, #


[bookmark=]This has gone on for too long. We must all speak up. #


Version 2.0 of #, an eBook reader app for #, is out.

"[…] A redesigned interface that works better for smaller screens […] The headerbar and the progress bar now auto-hide, for a distraction-free reading experience […]