GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 3 on GitLab

GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 3 was successfully moved to GitLab and you can download the source code from https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-internet-radio-locator

GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 3 version 1.4.0 is available from https://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-internet-radio-locator/1.4/gnome-internet-radio-locator-1.4.0.tar.xz

You can download binary packages from https://people.gnome.org/~ole/gnome-internet-radio-locator/

GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 3 in Catalan

GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 3 is now available in Catalan.

You can download the freely available source code for the free GNOME Internet Radio Locator program from https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-internet-radio-locator/ and binary packages for Debian GNU/Linux, Fedora Core, Ubuntu Linux and Mac OS X from http://people.gnome.org/~ole/gnome-internet-radio-locator/

On October 1st 2017, a referendum was held on whether Catalonia, an autonomous region of the northeast of Spain, should declare itself to be an independent country. The Spanish government has ruled the referendum illegal, and is taking action on a number of fronts to shut it down and to censor communications promoting it.

It is not very likely that the Spanish government is capable to shut down Catalan language translations for Free Software, but so far the Spanish government have tried to shut down .cat domains that announced the Catalonian referendum before October 1.

You can read more about the referendum on whether Catalonia, an autonomous region of the northeast of Spain, should declare itself to be an independent country at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

A referendum is a democratic tool for citizens and should not be shut down by the police.

90% voted for a Free Catalonia on October 1, 2017, despite claims by the Spanish prime minister that “no referendum was held in Catalonia”.