This Week in KDE - The Week Everything Happened: Announcing the new Plasma wallpaper, improved smooth scrolling in Okular, improved graphic performance on Wayland, and so much more.
Better privacy, fine-grained media permissions, improved UI: GNOME Web has a lot to offer with this release! Check out Michael Catanzaro’s blog post for the full details https://blogs.gnome.org/mcatanzaro/2020/09/16/epiphany-3-38-and-webkitgtk-2-30/ #Linux #opensource #GNOME
We're excited to announce the official release of GNOME 3.38 "Orbis"! After months of work from the GNOME Community, this release brings many new features and improvements. It also brings us a new release video!
Video Downloader app on #librem5 works great!
Notification LED ftw! #Librem14
...and finally Animatch, written by yours truly :) Mali400 does around 20 FPS, while GC7000L manages nice 60 FPS (although it drops with lots of particles on screen, but that's on the game's code I'd say :D)
Slides from my #debconf20 talk 'My phone runs Debian - and it does phone calls!' (https://debconf20.debconf.org/talks/13-my-phone-runs-debian-and-it-does-phone-calls/) are at https://git.sigxcpu.org/cgit/talks/2020-debconf-mobile/plain/talk.pdf
There's links at the end to the projects / talks i've mentioned.
Since the application is not adaptive, had to scale the screen to make it fit, and configure it.
"Continuous" transmission works better as you can just use the mute button then.
And yes, sound quality is quite good. But someone should work on a GTK adaptive mumble client :D
#librem5 #dogwood Back up and restore app, fully ported. I managed to switch to dark theme using GNOME Tweaks (which is not ported but can work if you scale the screen as shown by Kyle: https://puri.sm/posts/easy-librem-5-app-development-scale-the-screen/)