#48 Adaptive Calendar
Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from June 10 to June 17.
Neil McGovern reports
GNOME mourns the loss of Marina Zhurakhinskaya - https://www.outreachy.org/blog/2022-06-14/remembering-and-honoring-marina-zhurakhinskaya-founder-of-outreachy/
A simple calendar application.
Adrien Plazas says
Calendar received a new sidebar containing a date chooser and an agenda view, which replaced the year view and the navigation arrows. It is the first step implementing its new adaptive design, but please note the application isn’t adaptive yet.
Warp 0.2.0 was released: It features many design improvements, lots of new translations, support for mobile devices, improved error handling and much more. Happy file transferring :)
Scan and Generate QR Codes.
Decoder 0.3.0 is out, some highlights:
- QR codes are always black on white for maximum compatibility
- See the text contents of a newly scanned code
- Scanned codes are automatically stored in history
Plays music, and nothing else.
Emmanuele Bassi announces
Amberol 0.8.0 is out: you can now search for songs in your playlist just by starting to type, even when in selection mode. Plus: Amberol can now run in the background through the sandbox portal; cover art is shared across songs in the same album, to reduce memory use; and the window size is correctly restored across sessions. Bonus news: if you use macOS, you can now build and run Amberol using dependencies from the Homebrew project.
Bottles 2022.6.14 was released, bringing GTK4+Libadwaita, performance enhancements, and many smaller interface improvements.
Cambalache 0.10.0 is out! - Adwaita, Handy, inline objects, special child types, and more…
Matrix messaging app for GNOME written in Rust.
Marco Melorio says
Hi there! I’m Marco Melorio and I’m participating in this year’s Google Summer of Code, under the GNOME Foundation. I’m working on Fractal, the GNOME matrix client, with the help of my mentor Julian Sparber. More specifically, I’m working on implementing a media history viewer to the app.
To follow my progress on the project you can check out my blog here. I’ve already published a small introduction post about me and a first update post which includes a mockup and milestones about the project.
Neil McGovern reports
Microsoft has awarded GNOME $10,000 for winning its FOSS fund #20 https://twitter.com/sunnydeveloper/status/1536744475979939841
See you next week, and be sure to stop by #thisweek:gnome.org with updates on your own projects!