#6 Sharing, Caring
Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from August 13 to August 20.
Core system user interface for things like launching apps, switching windows, system search, and more.
Georges Stavracas (feaneron) reports
Just in time for the 41.beta release, Settings received two new panels: Multitasking, and Cellular. The Multitasking panel provides functionality useful to improve your productivity when working with many apps at once. The Cellular panel allows configuring various aspects of mobile connections and modems.
Ivan Molodetskikh says
A simple calendar application.
GNOME Calendar is now able to open ICS files and import their events
In GJS, Evan Welsh added a
consoleglobal object with methods such as
Daniel van Vugt added
Cairo.Surface, which wrap Cairo’s similarly named C APIs. I added the corresponding
An audiobook reader and manager.
Cozy 1.1.2 has been released! It features improved support for mobile devices and fixes multiple small issues that occurred in the redesigned UI.
Podcast app for GNOME.
A GUI library inspired by Elm.
Aaron Erhardt reports
The first beta version of Relm4 was released. Relm4 is an idiomatic GUI library inspired by Elm and based on gtk4-rs. It’s goal is to make developing GTK4 apps in Rust simpler and more productive. More information can be found in the release blog post and the repository.
A Telegram client optimized for the GNOME desktop.
Marco Melorio announces
Telegrand development has seen a great improvement over this week! I added the ability to load older messages and I also implemented the parser to correctly show the formatted text of the messages. Newbytee has added the ability to send messages by pressing enter.
Matrix messaging app for GNOME written in Rust.
Alexandre Franke says
Kai was on fire this week 🔥 with 5 (❗️) new merge requests that all landed! The highlights are that rooms are now sorted by activity and room members now have a
power-levelproperty. The other ones (!815, !816, !817) are maintenance and code quality related.
Julian Hofer also contributed a code quality change by making every subclass use
Shout out to Julian Sparber, who’s still busy with his upstream work in the Matrix Rust SDK, and managed to review and merge all the above contributions.
See you next week, and be sure to stop by #thisweek:gnome.org with updates on your own projects!