Author Archives: fmuellner
A couple of weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to attend the Mutter & GNOME Shell hackfest in Leidschendam. The Mutter side has already been covered in detail by Carlos (in a day–by–day blog series) and Georges (here), so I will fill … Continue reading
Any time someone publishes a “The top n GNOME Shell extensions” article, there’s a fair chance that it will include the AlternateTab extension. That is a bit sad to be honest. Not because it would be wrong for users to prefer a … Continue reading
I am happy to announce that yesterday Polari joined the Gitlab pilot project. This means that if you encounter any issue that has not been reported yet, it should now be reported in GNOME’s gitlab instance. Happy hacking!
If you have updated to the recently released GNOME development version, you may have noticed that some window decorations look slightly different. Of course it is quite normal for the theme to evolve with the rest of GNOME, but in … Continue reading
Some of you may already know: it has been roughly a week since metacity/mutter switched to GSettings. The fallout has been quite small, so this seems like a good time to sum up the changes which may be of wider … Continue reading
deswejen fahr ick nächstens wieder hin Also I’m probably expected to mention my joint talk with Jakub, though I feel slightly bad that he does not appear anywhere in the announcement. But then, maybe it’s him who should feel bad … Continue reading
Hi! I’m Florian Müllner and I’m one of the hundreds who worked on GNOME 3 … So the weeks of craziness have come to an end – the awesomeness of GNOME 3 is out and the time to celebrate has … Continue reading
The relayout has landed, further development will happen on the master branch. All those who switched their build to the overview-relayout branch should update their .jhbuildrc-custom to revert to master. Thanks for the patience everyone!
Yesterday I finally opened a Bugzilla bug to land the overview-relayout branch, so the review process has now started and hopefully the work will appear on master soon. Most recent changes have been internal, but as seen above, the overall … Continue reading