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Today's the day! starts in just a few hours. Remember to check your emails for important information like links and access codes, or getting to the venue.

There's still time to sign up! Register online: events.gnome.org/event/77/regi

GUADEC starts tomorrow! Are you ready? You can register, view the full schedule, and find details about the venue, Guadalajara, and social events on our website! events.gnome.org/event/77/

In-person attendees make sure you join us for the pre-registration event tonight! Details here: events.gnome.org/event/77/page

Thank you to Google for joining as a Gold sponsor!

Remember, starts next week! Are you registered yet? Let us know you're attending: events.gnome.org/event/77/regi

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GUADEC, Nautilus updates, new Libadwaita about dialogs, new GTK development snapshot, builder ported to GTK4, brand new Vala website, ... and so much more!

I am speechless how much happened in a *single* week! 🚀

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I am pleased to announce that #ThisWeekInGNOME is having its first anniversary! There has never been that many news as this week in the whole year!

#52 Happy Birthday!
thisweek.gnome.org/posts/2022/

#GNOME #TWIG

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Our live show on the social impact of open tech returns on July 27. What is a platform, who are they for, are Linux or even the Web platforms?

Let's find out with the fantastic folks of @kde @gnome and Element!

Questions & details:

📆 July 27, 16:00 UTC

💬 Join the chat to ask questions to our guests at matrix.to/#/#otwsu:matrix.org

▶️ Watch it live on stream.matrix.org or on YouTube youtube.com/c/Matrixdotorg

🌐 Details on matrix.org/open-tech-will-save-us/

Big thanks to our media partners and for helping us spread the word about this year's conference! events.gnome.org/event/77/page

There's less than a week to go, make sure you're registered so you can receive all our event updates and login info.

We are excited to share that Victor Rodriguez is our second Keynote Speaker!
Register now to catch Victor's presentation on July 21 at 9:30 CDT in Bosch Auditorium (Track 1).
events.gnome.org/event/77/page

We are excited to have Robin Tafel join us at as a Keynote Speaker!
Register now to catch Robin's presentation on July 20 at 14:10 CDT in Bosch Auditorium (Track 1).
events.gnome.org/event/77/page

We’re excited to attend the contributor conference Nest with Fedora on August 4-6th! Join to learn about the latest going on in Fedora and connect with the developers who make it happen Registration: hopin.com/events/nest-with-fed

Thank you to Codethink for joining us as a Bronze sponsor!

It's not too late to sponsor. If you or your company are interested in supporting find more info here: events.gnome.org/event/77/page

Thank you to Arm for joining us as a Bronze sponsor!

It's not too late to sponsor. If you or your company are interested in supporting find more info here: events.gnome.org/event/77/page

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A new libadwaita widget, more polishing on Workbench, a fancy third-party terminal and a new momentum for GNOME To Do, that's This Week in @gnome!

thisweek.gnome.org/posts/2022/

Thank you to GitLab for joining us as a Supporter level sponsor!

It's not too late to sponsor. If you or your company are interested in supporting find more info here: events.gnome.org/event/77/page

Thank you to Centricular for joining us as a Supporter level sponsor!

It's not too late to sponsor. If you or your company are interested in supporting find more info here: events.gnome.org/event/77/page

GSoC intern Aryan has been working on porting Pitivi to . Learn more about this project and catch up on their progress here: aryank.in/posts/2022-07-02-pit

GUADEC 2022 is this month! Have you registered yet? Let us know you're attending, in-person or remotely, by signing up online: events.gnome.org/event/77/regi

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Meanwhile, adaptive message dialogs, and a good opportunity to improve the API over GtkMessageDialog.

It hasn't landed yet, but it's fairly close.

If I didn't have to move, this probably would have happened in March or April.

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