Pinned toot

"I'm not the protagonist of a novel or anything. I'm just a college student who likes to read, like you could find anywhere. But... if, for argument's sake, you were to write a story with me in the lead role, it would certainly be... a tragedy."
β€” Ken Kaneki

Playing around with GModule πŸ˜‹

I built a library that exposes a GtkApplication, and using GModule I load the library during runtime and launch the app

Last night, I spent a bit of time looking back into the history of GNOME 3 :blobcatuwu:​

Yes, for the most part it is all quite samey - GNOME 3.10 already should be familiar enough to all current GNOME users. But there's a series of phases, or "eras" as I called them, with a clear UX/visual identity.

Implementing the mechanics of the search mode in Replay! There are still some problems to solve, but I think it is going well

An experiment from the last weekend.

This demo is a complete ripoff of, I mean inspired by:

The presets are mostly from the react-spring demo as well, though they are a placeholder.

Partially based on the implementation from

Shouts out to:

Manuel GenovΓ©s (not on Fediverse) - help with the math
@tbernard - design

Well, Replay currently looks like this. There're still many things that I don't like internally and that I'll see to modify, but I wanted to be able to show something πŸ˜‹

All the WIP is here:

Following the GNOME HIG, the name of the app that I'm working (#Moonplayer), is wrong or "little bit odd" (as someone said me in the GNOME Design room in Matrix). So... I thinking on change the application name for something better πŸ€”


I share Pavel's opinion on Signal (which was a bit obvious)

Personally, I prefer Telegram, which offers me many more features and feels more comfortable to use than Signal, and I have been using it for many years (since 2014 IIRC)

Which one do you choose? And why? πŸ€”

CΓ©dric Bellegarde is working on Lollypop 2! It's being completely rewrites on GTK 4. Link to bird site post behind the button :p 

@ebassi idk where else I could get this to u, so I'll do it here.

I frequently see that people who report an issue on the gtk repo are asked to use GitLab labels. This is impossible to do for them, since they need to have a Reporter permission level or higher, as indicated in the GitLab docs

It's for this reason that many choose to use things like [GTK 4] in the subject of the issue, instead of labels :)

Happy New Year to all! I wish you a very cool 2021

Thanks to all who accompanied me this 2020, I hope to continue having this new 2021.

And I hope @gnome has a great 2021 😎

Show older

Nahuel Gomez Castro's choices:

For people who care about, support, or build Free, Libre, and Open Source Software (FLOSS).