#53 GUADEC 2022
Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from July 15 to July 22.
Emmanuele Bassi reports
GUADEC 2022, the GNOME conference, is currently under way in Guadalajara, Mexico. On Thursday, during the Annual General Meeting of the GNOME Foundation, the famed Pants Award given by the Foundation to a member of the GNOME community in recognition of their work, was awarded to Sophie Herold for her sterling work on the GNOME Circle and Apps of GNOME initiatives.
Jordan Petridis announces
The first alpha of GNOME 43 was released! The Highlights include:
- The new Libadwaita widgets!
- AdwEntryRow and AdwPasswordEntryRow
- Builder and Files are now ported to GTK 4
- Epiphany now has HTTP/2 support, as well as Web Extensions and Web apps improvments
Read the announcement and the complete changelog here
Georges Stavracas (feaneron) announces
Parental Controls is now ported to GTK4 and libadwaita
Collect, store and visualise metrics about yourself.
Health version 0.94.0 has been released, including many bugfixes and more reliable notifications.
An editor that helps you write better Git and Mercurial commit messages.
A new release of Commit message editor is out. It adds a theme switcher, better dark mode support, improved keyboard support and a fix for auto-capitalization when amending.
A sandbox to learn and prototype with GNOME technologies.
Inline display of error messages is ready, but will have to wait for GNOME platform 43.
See you next week, and be sure to stop by #thisweek:gnome.org with updates on your own projects!