More updates on porting Builder to GTK 4 from Christian! See all the details in his recent blog post:
blogs.gnome.org/chergert/2022/

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The next version of Workbench will support preview of templates and signals.

For both XML and Blueprint syntaxes.

Great for making custom widgets.

We're excited to take part in Google Summer of Code 2022 with 9 fantastic projects! Congrats to our students and welcome to the GNOME community - we can't wait to see your work!

Learn more about our projects here: discourse.gnome.org/t/announce

We'd also like to thank all the mentors and students that didn't get selected, we hope to see you back for .

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Workbench now supports the programming language for learning and prototyping

Thanks to Lorenz Wildberg !

gitlab.gnome.org/lwildberg

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Pika Backup 0.4 with support for scheduled backups has been released. You can learn more about this release in my blog post or directly try it out.

Pika Backup is focused on backups of personal data with an emphasis on usability.

blogs.gnome.org/sophieh/

apps.gnome.org/app/org.gnome.W

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The talk schedule is now live! Take a look at all the awesome talks we have lined up and make sure to register:
events.gnome.org/event/77/time

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The elections to the Board of Directors of the @gnome Foundation are coming.

Here are my (current director) thoughts on the kind of person we need to help make the Foundation a sustainable and significant contributor to the GNOME Project.

blog.ergaster.org/post/2022050

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LAS 2022 T-shirts are still available! We'll have them available in-person through the end of the conference and the @ubuntu release party. Grab yours now!

You can also find the shirts and more cool merch in our online Linux App Summit store: linux-app-summit.myspreadshop.

day two starts off with our keynote speaker. Tune in right now to hear from Majid Hajian.

Good news, you can now follow talks live on PeerTube 📺 !: t.co/XEq5ZTdK2g

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Productive hacking at LAS today: Jonas managed to get an initial implementation of two-dimensional navigation gestures working 🎉

We have shirts! Purchase yours in person at our registration table, or online from the Linux App Summit merch store. t.co/U9D5GJ6rGk

Fun fact, the mech store also has bags, water bottles, and mugs available!

t.co/idMMXX2tzC

LAS 2022 has begun! You can still join us in person, online, or by watching the live stream. More details can be found on linuxappsummit.org/attend/

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