We released libhandy 0.0.9 containing mostly bug fixes, we recommend updating to it for you GNOME 3.32 release.

If your project uses a fixed version of libhandy (e.g. it ships it as a git submodule), please update to its master version to fix your software's i18n.

Hey Fediverse, it's 2019, do you know where I can get a desktop monitor with automatic brightness adjustment? Or even better: brightness controllable by my PC's OS. Like on laptops since forever.

libhandy 0.0.8 has been released yesterday. If you are using HdyLeaflet, please update to it ASAP as it fixed its RTL support.

@fosdem 2019 at the @gnome booth was great, I've been able to play with the @Purism devkit there!

Thanks @tbernard for the photo.

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What happens when you block all of Google's IP addresses from your life? Many fascinating things break, because Google is an octopus.


Save the date: Saturday, February 2nd at 20:00 for the annual #GNOMEbeers at #FOSDEM. Check back soon for more event details!

Hello everyone!

My name is Johannes. I live in Germany and am currently studying computer science.I’ve been a FLOSS dev for a few years now and am currently working on getting end-to-end encryption into GNOME’s Matrix client Fractal.

I’m interested in systems programming, desktop app development, cryptography and hacking.

Pushing for more accessibility and diversity in the Free Software community is one of my major goals.

Expect me to post about my projects, stuff happening in the FLOSS world, adjacent political stuff and more.

#introduction #introductions

testing adaptive w tiling, this is basically Mutter bug that cant remember the size of tiled windows


this, merged today on #GNOME Settings master!

some panels still need work, plus it needs the port to adaptive modal dialogs, but bottom line is we have one more adaptive app that will make tiling a bit more useful!

@aral @bjoern You're welcome! We are aware that we are arriving late to the WebRTC game... at some point we had to switch from the OpenWebRTC library to libwebrtc due to lack of maintenance of the former. If you're curious there's a lightning talk on the topic from the last Web Engines Hackfest: youtube.com/watch?v=LHSVMWOYVi

@bjoern @aral We currently have support for WebRTC in WebKit trunk for the GTK+ and WPE ports. It has not been available in stable releases yet, but it's definitely on its way.

I am. And it is good to have people like you on the 100% (b)right side. Many more should follow. But complete rejection of anything with a hint of shadow attached, makes it harder for ppl who are still in the 'dark' to cross over. There are shades of grey in between, leading to the light.

As a young dev I didn't know this side. Starting w OS switch, then browser, gradually becoming more aware.. its a path to follow, one step leading to the next; more commitment given

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