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working with +Christian Hergert must be the absolute nightmare! imagine you work in a project together with Christian, and you wake up a nice morning (around 2PM), you make a coffee and while you are ready to start, you see a freaking 10.000 lines patch in C!! WTF!

https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-builder/commit/?h=wip/chergert/merge-shortcuts&id=d7e11fb1cc3477d1b8f7d7beeb4402ad56b5d3fc

not only it will take a full day just to read it, but it will also make you feeling like an idiot!

anyway, that is a new shortcut engine, that is also able to import shortcuts themes!

some early docs!
https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-builder/tree/doc/plugins/keybindings.rst?h=wip/chergert/merge-shortcuts

#gnome #builder
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for +Gurkan Huray that helped me a lot to do (NOT) build a hackintosh, so i'm helping him back to switch in #Arch & #GNOME!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8cErUbEiYk

side note! this theme even if it doesn't seem quite good in video, it is simply amazing how "clear" is in use! go try it!!



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from the best #GNOME setups i ever had!

United Ubuntu (bliah@the name) GTK & Shell theme, & La Capitaine icons! ..and Dash To Panel and Workspaces to Dock ..as always!
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if you want to update your Arch to GNOME 3.26 (3.25.2 currently) first!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BqHEj1Pm8uk

[gnome-devel]
Server = Server = http://softwareperonista.com.ar/repo/archlinux/gnome-devel/x86_64
SigLevel = Never

when i first started blogging i had Fedora (for about 3-4 yrs) but i never ever said that Fedora was the best Linux ever! i just had Fedora because GNOME wasn't working good enough in Ubuntu!

but now for first time, and while i dont what to make such "statements" for obvious reasons, im definitely sure that Arch Linux is actually THE BEST Linux you can get!

look at the distros for a moment! i tried +Solus which is made from scratch from a very small team, that nobody isn't even working full time at the moment, and in comparison to the 10.000 employees of Red Hat, and the 20.000.000+ user base of Ubuntu, the annoyances are pretty limited

my point! the differences between various Linux-es today are pretty small, but what makes Arch a better choice over Fedora and Ubuntu, that are the biggest competitors, is the rolling release model of Arch, and the Arch Wiki

in general, Arch has by far the best problem-solving mechanisms, due it's simplicity and community support ..and that doesn't mean that Arch is prone to issues! but if an issue occurs, we can easily deal with it!

#arch #fedora #ubuntu #gnome

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i felt like i was loosing focus with my latest uploads! with this im getting back in track!

soo ..die motherfucker die!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lc_htPnnFZY

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a question & a somewhat movement/push for Ubuntu 17.10 to ship GNOME 3.26, so it will be more use, development and testing on the current GNOME release, that will help on the next GNOME release!

#ubuntu #gnome
by the time of this post, it is not decided yet if Ubuntu 17.10 will offer GNOME 3.24 or GNOME 3.26!

GNOME releases every mid March and mid September while Ubuntu releases every mid April and mid October

the catch is that GNOME initial releases (eg 3.26.0) are somewhat RCs (aka buggy), while the more stable releases x.xx.1 (eg 3.26.1) come 3 weeks later, which move GNOME "stable" release around the same dates with Ubuntu releases, making hard for +Canonical to have a test cycle

GNOME 3.26.0 release is scheduled for September 13th, making it one of the earlier releases ever (normally GNOME releases a week later around, 20 of each month) and 3.26.1 is scheduled for October 4

Ubuntu 17.10 is scheduled for October 19, which gives Ubuntu 5 weeks for testing on the initial, and 2 weeks over the first GNOME update, which is enough time for testing

there are also things like Flatpaks (so people dont need latest GNOME stack from a distro repos to use latest GTK/GNOME apps) and GTK4

in GNOME 3.26 release there are things like the new Settings App, the new Usage App (hopefully ready!), better support for multi-monitors, improved Wayland support, better performance for Shell, bug fixes in Files Apps, some UI goodies like max/unmax animations and more things, and of course 100es of bug fixes in various modules ..and possible some new bugs introduction too :p

my opinion is that it will be a huge plus for Canonical to use latest and upstream GNOME, not only because it will be better from usability POV, but also to make possible for users to open issues on the latest stack and improve GNOME and inline to improve Ubuntu desktop, for feature releases!

anyway, i hope Ubuntu community (both users and developers) to push in that direction!

#ubuntu #gnome
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bs! Shell just needs Dash To Panel, Workspaces to Dock, enable appMenus on appWindows, and it is fine!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiI5RQI0vO8

#ubuntu #gnome

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instead +Canonical spending time to choose how they will set up GNOME, they can leave GNOME default, which is shitty, but shitty was Unity 7 too, so it wont make a difference to their users really, and in this time, they should try to fix the DnD in appFolders in GNOME Shell!

thats something that GNOME will accept, it is something that will increase usability and quality of GNOME a lot (thus Ubuntu desktop quality too), it is something that Endless has already done in Eos (a GNOME Shell fork) so they can borrow some code from them, it is something that will remove that functionality from GNOME Software, so there will be less code in this part

but also it's a little bit embarrassing for GNOME devs that have developed everything (Mutter, Shell, Clutter, GJS) from scratch, but they cant create a DnD with their own libraries!

but it is also embarrassing for Ubuntu because when you install Ubuntu, you know you just have Ubuntu! ..and all the core desktop issues are automatically Ubuntu issues rather GNOME issues!

and above all, Ubuntu should get a little bit more involved in GNOME upstream, so they can have a stronger voice in the development choices, and ofc to help the project (GNOME) and in line their desktop (Ubuntu)

i dont ask Canonical to spend money in GNOME, their money their call! im just saying to move the effort where it matters most!

btw aside the fact that i hate no rolling release Linux-es, Ubuntu 17.10 is pretty okay, and pretty fast too regarding GNOME! faster than Arch to be honest ..but also my Arch is a bit screwed!

#ubuntu #gnome
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