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Gnome Tag


A tutorial on how to to openSUSEfy Gnome 3

May 21, 2014No Comments109 Views

Customize Gnome in openSUSE to match the openSUSE green pastures with a little help from artwork provided by the Moka Project.


Yorba’s Promising Calendar “Cal...

May 19, 2014No Comments112 Views

Development of a new calendar app for GNOME called "California" announced. It has now been included into a PPA for testing on Ubuntu systems.


Fedora revives transparent gnome-terminals

May 16, 2014No Comments80 Views

Gnome-terminal transparency, which was removed 2 years back, is back on Fedora 20.


GNOME 3.12 receives second update

May 15, 2014No Comments84 Views

The GNOME Desktop Environment (DE) in its most recent 3.12 version has received its second maintenance update (3.12.2.).

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Turning off Airplane Mode fixed in GNOME Sh...

May 15, 2014No Comments63 Views

GNOME Shell announced low-key 3.12.2 with fixes in airplane mode.


How to customize Gnome Shell

May 12, 20149 Comments182 Views

How to customize your GNOME desktop to look as beautiful as MacOS.


Karen Sandler resigns as GNOME Foundation&#...

Apr 01, 2014No Comments46 Views

Sandler will now take up the position of executive director at the Software Freedom Conservancy.

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Gnome 3.12 review – work Ubuntu could...

Mar 27, 201423 Comments396 Views

In a nutshell I think Gnome teams have done an incredible job with 3.12 and created a desktop which is extremely simple, extremely secure and


What to expect from GNOME 3.12

Mar 25, 20143 Comments64 Views

After 6 months of hard work, GNOME 3.12 will be finally unleashed tomorrow. Here is a list of what to expect from the newer release.


Matthew Garett, Outreach Program for Women ...

Mar 24, 20141 Comment42 Views

This year, the Award for the Advancement of Free Software was given to Matthew Garrett for his work to keep Secure Boot free software compatible.