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alex diavatis

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My first review and first ever review on Gnome Files! ha! I wish that will stay there for EVER :p
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Daniel Espinosa

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GXml 0.9.0 first development version (unstable?) towards 0.10 series

New version have ABI/API break. Removed unmaintained stuff, try to to reduce memory usage with new implementations and search for better performance.

GNode and derivatives are a new set of classes based on libxml2, but clean ups its implementation compared with xNode one, witch will be removed once DOM API in incorporated to GNode, to help on transition.

Serializable framework in going thin, removed and reimplementing some properties to use less memory.

Performance is the next improvement. GNode has equivalent performance compared with xNode. Steal requires to check memory usage. Serializable, will try an approach to use a GObject base class implementing GXml.Node to reduce memory and de/serialization time, while exploring the possibility to load just part of an XML and get the rest just when required, some preliminary tests show 10 times performance improvement.

Check out souce at:

git.gnome.org/browse/gxml

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I've been using chromium web apps for several months under Ubuntu Gnome, and so far loved the integration in the dash. Being able to search for them or add them to the dock was great!

But I've tried to add some other webs recently and was unable to create a shortcut. There seems to be no option to do that. Is this a bug or is the feature being removed?
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I selected both "Desktop" and "Applications Menu", just in case.
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Anton Shramko

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Hey guys, what do you think about the support gtk + (gnome in particular) the ability to use filters like blur, grayscale, etc. In my opinion it would be quite interesting, in addition it will add new features in the writing of themes and design applications. In addition, this method has a relatively high positive response from users of iOS, and some skins for android. What do you think of it?

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Desinging themes is already a pain. We should aim for stability and robustness before adding eye-candy features. 
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alex diavatis

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Nautilus from master today!

Btw why Recursive switch couldn't be on the popover? Why the popover couldn't just had a "preferences" link (button) with paging (as other Gnome apps) and drop the search options there? :/
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+Georges Basile Stavracas Neto Even if you are not the maintainer, I hope you see you are an important part in Nautilus. Sadly your vision (and mine since you were aware I agreed on it) was not correct, and the implementation was not according the mockups because the mockups were not clear about it, and that's why we were confused.

I understand the design thought, and that it can be confusing in the way we agreed on. Either we find a better way to communicate and dealing between permanent settings and temporary, or we are stuck.

This is not a battle, neither lost, it's just a permanent search for the best solution in a common ground.
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Hi everybody. I use Fedora 22 64 bits in my notebook. I have an issue with log in. When I log in gnome under X11 I can't start a session but when I log in gnome under wayland I don't have any problem. I have made a video and I have used the journalctl command too. Please can somebody help me? What can I do?
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Hi folks!

My brother ( +Fernando Fernandez​ ) and I have been working again on the Gnome Alpha Versions repository for Arch Linux. We have already package and upload all packages that release the fourth alpha of this development cycle (3.19.4).

It works pretty well both on wayland and X.org session.

Rigth now we uploaded both x86_64 and i686 packages.

We hope that this could help to make easier to test alpha releases of Gnome.

Known issues: Gnome Documents needs at least LibreOffice 5.1 rc2 to run. We didn't package Libre Office due to lack of time and will. Also, Gnome Maps don't start on wayland session, we file a bug already [1].

If you want to try it, at your own risk, you should add this lines to you /etc/pacman.conf:

[gnome-devel]
Server = http://softwareperonista.com.ar/repo/archlinux/gnome-devel/$arch

Import the D640129F public key:

# pacman-key -r D640129F

If you want to back to stable version you jut have to delete or comment the [gnome-devel] entry in your /etc/pacman.conf file and run:

# pacman -Syuu

Enjoy it!

Best regards!

[1] https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=761156

#gnome #alpha #gnome320
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+Michael Heyns Thanks! We only hope that this were usefull. Is just a way to payback the effort a Free Software devs.

And thanks remember us reddit :) already post there.

Regards!
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Daniel Espinosa

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New on GXml 0.9.0:

I started to re-implement existing libxml2 bases classes, into more simple, jet equivalent new ones.

This classes suppose to be simple to maintain, great code clean-up and should in the future support all DOM API supported in actual classes in 0.8.x

GXml?

Is a library written in Vala, wrapping libxml2 in GObject classes and Gee collections to easiest access to XML tree. It has a Serializable Framework to write down your GObject classes to XML, equivalent to .NET implementation, in terms of output, but flexible enough to override for your own serialize procedure and new implementations.

Resently +yannick inizan help to add HtmlDocument support, may be in the future we would see some HTML support and XPATH.

The advantage to use GObject, is to have an object oriented programming, simplified by Vala, to create complex abstractions like XSD and others.
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+Daniel Espinosa where are you getting 30MB from? I see no grounds for that assumption :) Quite literally 500MB of files (XML) comprising 7.2M lines.

You really do not want to be taking xpath methods there, you'll deeply upset your computer. Instead you'd use an xmlTextReaderPtr.

Gee itself is really heavy, even when you factor in GObject's own weight, now add Vala to the equation whereby almost everything (structs + fields) are actually copied - that sounds frighteningly heavy
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alex diavatis

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Thats really good, so I reshare!
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+L Renaud What? What Apple music? It is CC something. From the rare times I used CC music :p
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alex diavatis

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Reviews and rating on Software App  are looking something like that.. Some things are missing though :/
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Eric G

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Hey,
I'm trying Gnome Shell again and really like it.
Is there a way to change the behaviour of the notification area to not only show the events of the current day (or events of days I click at in the calendar) but:
show upcoming events of the next 3-5 days (like an agenda)?

Any help appreciated :)
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Oh yes - same problem here... I get frequently event reminders of events days past... sorry no solution... I'd expect a gnomish app to remove reminders that do not seem important. And events long past are not relevant anymore.
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Jorge Toledo

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Great software looking for a new name... or maybe not :)
 
As per Issue #41 on github, many people don't like the name Terminix and have suggested a variety of others. While I like Terminix, I can understand the dislike for it and am open to a name change.

I've picked out my favorites from issue #41, so let's run a poll to see if there is a clear consensus on what the new name should be.

issue #41: https://github.com/gnunn1/terminix/issues/41
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Terminix
51%
Mosaic
28%
Tessellate
7%
SplitTerm
6%
Ditto
9%
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+David Radkowski You could suggest that, but the dev has closed the issue. He will keep the original name (Terminix) for now.
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[SOLVED] Hey all, Rhythmbox keeps crashing when I try to open it. Running from terminal produces this:

(rhythmbox:5448): libsoup-CRITICAL **: soup_server_quit: assertion 'priv->listeners != NULL' failed
(rhythmbox:5448): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: object SoupServer 0x555e272590b0 finalized while still in-construction
(rhythmbox:5448): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: Custom constructor for class SoupServer returned NULL (which is invalid). Please use GInitable instead.
(rhythmbox:5448): Gtk-WARNING **: Duplicate child name in GtkStack: Add to Playlist
(rhythmbox:5448): Gtk-WARNING **: Duplicate child name in GtkStack: Add to Playlist
(rhythmbox:5448): Gtk-WARNING **: Duplicate child name in GtkStack: Add to Playlist
(rhythmbox:5448): Gtk-WARNING **: Duplicate child name in GtkStack: Add to Playlist
(rhythmbox:5448): Gtk-WARNING **: Duplicate child name in GtkStack: Add to Playlist
(rhythmbox:5448): Gtk-WARNING **: Duplicate child name in GtkStack: Add to Playlist

Any suggestions for a fix?
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+Przemek Skweres , that fixed it! Thank you.
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Why do I get this? so frustrating... (fedora 23 gnome)
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+Fabio Massaioli Ya, the live kernel patching was implemented mostly for server systems, I believe. Doesn't look like it has been implemented in Fedora.
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How can I turn off notifications for one specific app? I have already tried going into Settings > Notifications but the application is not listed there.
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+Andres Romero Adding something like this to your desktop file should work:

StartupWMClass=SoulseekQt
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Lollypop 0.9.80 is out:
- Crossfading support
- Allows user to merge views by selecting multiple items
- Converts files to MP3 on MTP sync (Android Phones, ...)
http://gnumdk.github.io/lollypop/
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Aye GNOMErs!

Here, some good news regarding GNOME To Do. Any ideas, thoughts or screams? Drop your comment here :)
Aye folks! Since a few weeks ago, GNOME To Do saw quite a big number of changes. As some of you may not be strict git followers, a good review of the latest changes may come in handy. Let's go! A n...
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+Miguel Marin yes, altough support is limited (hopefully it'll change this year!). You can use it by adding a Google Online Account.
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Daniel Espinosa

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What do you think about Vala? Are Builder wasting time adding suppor to Vala?
 
What is the Vala language status?
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Vala is dead
19%
Is alive and moving
39%
I don't care
42%
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No what I saying is that from your argument, GObject Introspection of C libraries is only valuable to have those C libraries accessible from JS and Python - and that alone should be enough to convince people to write GObject and consequently Vala. I'm claiming you need more selling points to Vala. It's not about the Vala language, it's about your argument in defense of it, because in the crowded space of programming languages the burden of proof should be in the proponent of a new language.
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alex diavatis

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I'm resharing this, because I found +Matthias Klumpp answers very interesting! 

Also once again! +GNOME do a GNOME OS!
(Hadn't call that for long time!)
+Richard Hughes pushed xdg-app on Gnome Software master! https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-software/commit/?id=c1bc92ca6b27ab64b24c43363848ab77b95237e0 … - WOGUE - Google+
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+Kalev Lember you are part of the solution, I'm talking about the people that are part of the problem. 

I'm just trying to say one thing. If Fedora desktop team (which has became Gnome desktop, but thats another story) had full freedom to release a desktop, it would be quite different than what Fedora Workstation is. 

And if anyone from Fedora says that s/he is happy with what Workstation has achieved so far, considering the size and the funding Fedora has, s/he just lies for PR. 

PS. That of course if we can call Workstation a Desktop. Workstation for geeks, or desktop for everyone (including geeks)
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