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Thanks to the translation teams the #GNOME 3.18 release video subtitles are now already available in 9 different languages: Chinese (Simplified), English, French, Greek, Hungarian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Swedish and Vietnamese.

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Ideally, the Compiz effects and all those plugins. I also need my panel apps, like dictionary, weather (Xubuntu's weather panel app is good) and clipman.
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My buddy +Matthias Clasen gives an update on GTK+ and CSS and some of the reasons behind the breakage and where they are going, as well as some details on how themes can be kept stable with actual stable APIs.
As some like to put it: Oh NO! they're breaking themes again! Which is certainly one way to look at it, but I think it misses the point a little bit – since the effort is actually meant to make life easier for anybody who wants to change the appearance of GTK+ widgets.
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The GNOME Asia team is pleased to announce that next year’s GNOME.Asia Summit will be held in Delhi, at the Manav Rachna International University (MRIU). This is located in the Faridabad dist…
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Happiness is installing nightly builds of +GIMP & +Inkscape irrespective of distro, using xdg-app (wiki.gnome.org/Projects/SandboxedApps).

Thanks +Alexander Larsson :)
 
Get your fresh nightly builds now!
When reporting a bug in some software it is often common that the developer asks you to check if the bug is fixed in the latest development version. This makes a lot of sense from the perspective of a developer that gets a lot of bug reports. However, unless you are very experienced with ...
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+Emmanuele Bassi I read that but that's not what it seems to say... I understand xdg-app and OSTree as separate and complementary concepts: an "app bundle" is, in fact, a package, containing the app, with a definite size, and it specifies a runtime, which can be from OSTree.
I quote: "An app bundle contains a metadata file that describes the application, what runtime it needs, and various other things. The other parts of the app bundle are the actual application files" ← how is this not a package?
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Our latest Annual Report covering #GNOME activities in the fiscal year 2013-2014 is now available at goo.gl/bBStg3
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Pleased to read GNOME 3 was adopted for enterprise-grade GNU/Linux distributions,  a lot of this because of the support, longer testing and support cycles.  

Commercial business community around the world appears to be moving away from MS-W, accepting  SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 1 2, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, and Debian 8 with GNOME 3 as their default desktop :-)  



Many -  like self,  no longer need commercial levels of support and stability, so can contribute to stability of commercial versions through  participation in version communities (eg openSUSE for SUSE).

Do your bit to report or obtain fixes of problems, as this contributes to stability of all the versions  ;-)  

Recommend Enterprise versions to those who do need commercial standards of support. 

My huge thanks to our more technical minded for their ongoing contributions  ;-) 
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With full Wayland support, +GNOME is back with a bang in its 3.18 release, Gothenburg 🎉. Building on +GNOME's groundbreaking technologies, 3.18 significantly enhances your desktop experience by seamlessly integrating with both cloud & underlying hardware. +GNOME Apps have been redesigned with great precision to provide you a zen experience. After its 18th birthday, +GNOME 3.18 has matured to even update firmware through Software 😉

Seamless Google Drive Integration with Files
Pastebin Integration in Polari, +GNOME's IRC client
Ambient Light Sensor Support for Auto Brightness
Emoticons 😃 & Special Characters in Character
Complete Multi-touch Gesture Support, even on Wayland
Improved Touch Screen Text Editing
Pleasing Kinetic Scrolling
Mature +GNOME Calendar
And Many More At help.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/3.18

Moreover, +GNOME Builder takes developer experience to new heights.

Grab a copy of live image at www.gnome.org/getting-gnome, or better ask your distribution for the latest +GNOME packages.
GNOME 3.18 is the latest version of GNOME 3, and is the result of 6 months' hard work by the GNOME community. It contains major new features, as well as many smaller improvements and bug fixes. In total, the release incorporates 25112 changes, made by approximately 772 contributors.
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 Gnome Connect suite (as KDE connect) with our Android devices (and why not Ubuntu phones, Firefox OSs, Tizen and others) would be nice, ans if it also includes a flash utility able to become a standard it will also be great. And as you can re use most of the code from KDE connect and Heimdall and fastboot.
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GNOME on Wayland update by +Matthias Clasen with:
- Better dialog handling
- Better than sliced bread kinetic scrolling
- Drag and drop!

Planned:
- Initial wacom tablet support
- Middle click paste replacement!
- Menu positioning by the Mir team

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- Initial Wayland remoting!!
It has been our goal for a while to get to a point where the Wayland port can be declared complete and ready to be enabled by default. We've come a long way since we started the porting effort in September 2013. In fact, we feel that we're close enough that we can aim for Wayland by default in ...
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Damn I love Gnome shell for adopting wayland so quickly. Way to go! All new stuff works perfectly. Multi touch etc.
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Our homage to memory of Telsa Gwynne - Former GNOME Contributor and GNOME Board of Directors - https://www.gnome.org/news/2015/11/in-memory-of-tesla-gwynne/
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Yes, I put up the one at puzzling.org. You are welcome, and again, so many sympathies. Many people loved working and talking with Telsa during her time as a Free Software volunteer.
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Cadasta, GNOME, EFF, Fedora, Foreman, Linux kernel, Mifos, Mozilla, Open Source Robotics Foundation, OpenStack, OpenStreetMap, oVirt, Play Framework, QEMU, Wikimedia, Xen Project are offering paid, mentored, remote internships to people from groups underrepresented in Free and Open Source Software as part of the Outreachy initiative. This round is open internationally to women (cis and trans), trans men, and genderqueer people. Additionally, it is open in the U.S. to Black/African American, Hispanic/Latin@, American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander people. Coding, user experience design, documentation, bug triage, community engagement, and other types of projects are available. Internship dates are December 7 to March 7. Learn more and apply by November 2. Please re-post to help spread the word! http://outreachy.org
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+Yury Polyakov​​: I removed a bunch of his replies. As mentioned, if you want to start another Outreachy-like project with a different focus, feel free. Objecting, feel free.

Eru didn't stick to just disagreeing. That would be awesome if he would've actually be productive. Instead just attacking people. I fail to see the need for that here.
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Join us at #GNOME Summit this weekend to hack on your favourite #GNOME projects.

Where: MIT building E51, Cambridge, MA
When: Saturday, October 10 - Monday, October 12
RSVP at wiki.gnome.org/Events/Summit/2015/Participants
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Attention GNOME Builder lovers: The amazing +Christian Hergert has been hired by Red Hat!! Please join in congratulating Christian!

Christian writes:
"The real news, however, is that I’ve accepted a wonderful role at Red Hat. I’ll be focusing on the Xdg-App developer story, and Builder is an important part of that. We want to make it as easy as possible for you to create and deploy software that users can trust."

Aside from that, Christian also gives a huge update about GNOME Builder: Vala support, Python auto completion, auto indenting support, speeding up auto completion, OS X support, still-changing workbench panels, etc, etc.
Builder 3.18. It's been an extremely busy couple of months since we last saw each other at GUADEC. During that time, I've been feverishly getting 3.18 out the door, and preparing some special bits for 3.18.1. Builder Auto-Completion with Clang. Coverity Scans. Garrett Regier got us signed up for ...
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congrats!
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GNOME Developer +Bastien Nocera talks about his contributions to GNOME this cycle.
As I'm known to do, a focus on the little things I worked on during the just released GNOME 3.18 development cycle. Hardware support The accelerometer support in GNOME now uses iio-sensor-proxy. This daemon also now supports ...
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