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Quer compartilhar suas opiniões, perguntas, gratidões ou mesmo frustrações com outros usuários e desenvolvedores do GNOME? Recentemente redesenhamos o nosso sub-reddit oficial do GNOME. Inscreva-se agora para participar da conversa! (inglês) 👣 reddit.com/r/gnome

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Alessandro Castellani—the developer behind the excellent Sequeler and Taxi apps—is building Akira, a native UI/UX design tool for elementary OS. Help him raise the funds necessary to hire on some stellar community developers and get the first release out! buff.ly/2FGHLMD

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The History of @gnome podcast is back after the break, with the beginning of a new chapter. The first episode is a retrospective on GNOME 1.x before we take the plunge and work our way through GNOME 2.x: bassi.io/articles/2019/01/17/h

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The #GNOME design team wants your feedback for a potential visual refresh of the #GTK default theme: blog.gtk.org/2019/01/14/theme- — if you have an application that ships custom CSS, testing is appreciated!

GTK 3.24.3 is available. And here is an update on theme changes: blog.gtk.org/2019/01/14/theme-changes-in-gtk-3/

Did you catch this weeks "GNOME Weekly #8"? If you enjoy seeing content like this please direct your gratitude to Matthias Vogelgesang for his hard work putting these together!

bloerg.net/2019/01/11/gnome-we

We are happy to announce the immediate release of 3.31.4 as our latest development snapshot leading up to our 3.32 release this March! Feel free to try it out and report any issues you may find 😊

download.gnome.org/core/3.31/3

We're very pleased to announce that Kristi Progri has joined us today (3rd January) to take on the role of Program Coordinator.

Welcome Kristi Progri !!!

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So, I guess the cat's out of the bag: I'm going to work on the #gnome platform libraries, thanks to the Foundation

mail.gnome.org/archives/founda

After a long and robust recruitment process, the @gnome Foundation is pleased to announced that @ebassi will be joining us to take on the role of GTK+ Core Developer! mail.gnome.org/archives/founda

For I hope you all would consider donating to our Friends of GNOME campaign. GNOME maintains important libraries and tools that is used in software products, phones, TVs and tablets. If you're feeling generous please give! gnome.org/support-gnome/

A lot of you liked our post about the new desktop icons. Here is an action shot of Jakub Steiner working on the icons in his office! Who wants to see more action shots? :-)

Did you know that Jakub Steiner has been hard at work designing a new GNOME icon them? Check it out!

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It's time to look at the birth of the @gnome Foundation, on this week's episode of The History of #gnome podcast — bassi.io/articles/2018/11/15/h

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After this, there will be 3 side episodes about GTK 1.x, pre-introspection language bindings, and early @gnome applications; we're going to come back to chapter two in mid-January, after I finish working on my notes

Congratulations to Ludovico de Nittis for being elected as part of the GNOME Internships program! Ludovico will be working on defenses against malicious USB device attacks, and his internship will be funded via the GNOME campaign to enhance privacy and security.

Ever wanted to know how GNOME got started or interesting anecdotes about GNOME. Subscribe to @ebassi podcast about the history of GNOME! bassi.io/articles/2018/10/25/t

We are excited to announce that will be in Thessaloniki, Greece from the 23rd-28th August 2019. Mark your calendars and see you there! gnome.org/news/2018/09/guadec-

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