Linux App Summit 2019 is an event, where GNOME and KDE are working together to create a common, fair, sustainable and open app ecosystem.
GNOME 3.33.2 is the second “unstable” release before the next major (“stable”) release, 3.34.
GNOME 3.20 now support OS upgrades, has many updated core applications including Files, Photos, Calendar, Builder, Maps, Polari and more.
Gnome Settings is moving from the current model, that uses an icon grid and fixed window size, to one that uses a list sidebar for navigation, and has a resizeable window.
GNOME desktop environment just turned 18 a week ago. Check out a quick video on how one of the most popular Linux DE was evolving over the years.
Gnome used to be the default desktop environment in Debian for several years but in November 2013…