Random shout out for @brainblasted who has done amazing work right across @gnome 40 adapting apps to new patterns and fixing longstanding UX bugs

This will be an amazing release and a lot of that is thanks to Chris

Another is @exalm who somehow pulls amazing demos out of thin air and does a lot of behind-the-scenes plumbing for both shell and apps. They give us pretty animations, gestures and all manner of adaptiveness

Often underappreciated (and/or dreaded :-) ) are Release Team members like @alatiera who somehow make all this build and get it out into the world

We'd have no @gnome at all without them, yet when things work we forget about them

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This list is by no means definitive, there are a great number of individuals behind @gnome keeping everything moving forwards

We often talk of programmers and designers, but what about the documenters and translators quietly working in the background?

There is no "gnome devs" - it's a bizarre group of talented people doing far more than just "dev" and often with conflicting visions yet all trying to make GNOME the best it can be

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