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    Felix Häcker: #42 Numerous Emojis / PlanetGnome · Friday, 6 May - 00:00 · 3 minutes

Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from April 29 to May 06.

Core Apps and Libraries


A simple utility application to find and insert unusual characters.

Alexander Mikhaylenko says

Characters now supports composite emoji such as people with skin tone and gender modifiers, or country flags. It also displays emoji in the proper order instead of sorted by their codepoints.

Circle Apps and Libraries


A distraction free Markdown editor.

Manu announces

I’ve released a new version of Apostrophe with small bugfixes and improvements and updated translations. I’m also working on a GTK4 port, so I don’t plan on releasing more features until that is complete.

Third Party Projects

ranfdev announces

I’m releasing Geopard, a simple, colorful gemini client. Browse the space and reach hundreds of gemini capsules! It let’s you read stories, download files, play games…

Maximiliano announces

Introducing Citations, your new manager for BibTeX references, this is a (for now) very small app to manage your bibliography and get easy to copy cites for LaTeX and other formats. The app is in heavy development and Iin the next weeks I will improve the performance and add more features before its stable release.

You can get Citations at flathub

Peter Eisenmann reports

Announcing OS-Installer : A generic OS-Installer that can be customized by distributions to install an OS. Translations welcome!


A sandbox to learn and prototype with GNOME technologies.

sonnyp says

During Linux App Summit Julian Sparber prototyped with docked GTK Inspector in Workbench . We exchanged lots of interesting ideas around developer tooling and closing the gap with Web inspectors.

sonnyp reports

A new version of Workbench is out - featuring

A brand new Library of examples - including

  • WebSocket client
  • Toasts
  • Application Window
  • Desktop notifications

Help needed and contributions welcome for new examples and demos.

Platform tools Adwaita Demo, GTK Demo, GTK Widget Factory and GTK Icon Browser for the current platform version are now available in the main menu.

But also

  • The Console can be collapsed by resizing it
  • Prevent system.exit from quitting Workbench
  • Allow calling GObject.registerClass multiple times
  • Prevent crash when using non GtkBuildable objects
  • Allow using DBus and Gio.Application
  • Allow using network
  • Enable GtkWindow objects preview
  • Design improvements

Get it on Flathub


sonnyp says

Last weekend, many of us were at the Linux App Summit . It was fantastic! Thank you KDE, GNOME, organizers, volunteers, sponsors and everyone involved. Make sure to check out the talks, here are some of my favorites:

Sophie Herold announces

I have registered the domain to make it publicly available for app ids. If you want to use app.drey.<YourApp> please register it first .

The idea behind proving this domain is that is reserved for core apps and using app ids derived from repository hosting can be long, short-lived, and tied to one author. The name app.drey derives from the term for a squirrel’s nest .

That’s all for this week!

See you next week, and be sure to stop by with updates on your own projects!

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    Macron aura sans doute une large majorité absolue

    eyome · Monday, 25 April - 20:30


Les résultats de la présidentielle permettent d'anticiper la prochaine Assemblée.

LFI devrait avoir 25 à 45 députés (17 aujourd'hui).

Mais il faut au moins 290 députés pour former un gouvt!

Avec une image ça va tout de suite mieux : g

Vous allez voir, on va être bien soigné, ils vont bien s'occuper de nous !

C'est marrant, je me vois encore dire que Macron aura tous les pouvoirs, c'est marrant hein ?

Allez, tous en coeur :

"Macron ! Démission ! "

Allez, on donne de la voix !

#France, #Politique, #fr, #ZutAlors, #Lfisté, #42

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    Journal du hacker : Liens intéressants Journal du hacker semaine #42 / PlanetLibre · Sunday, 18 October, 2020 - 22:01 · 1 minute

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