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Affichage des articles du septembre, 2017

Have You Played Atari Today? 🎵

This is a guest article by Laurent « Hell Pé » Pointecouteau, the Alfred Pennyworth of GNOME Games who relentlessly works in the shadows to help make Games what it is, when he’s not busy writing in French about video games or slacking on Twitter.I used to be really excited at New Stable Release Blog Posts™ like this one, back in the day when you had to wait six months for getting new GNOME stable releases (and matching Ubuntu PPAs) in order to discover what was new in your favourite apps. But nowadays, these blog posts, while still a delight to read, are just a little less surprising than before, and we’ve got Flatpak to thank for that!So, here’s a quick reminder: Games can be obtained by two ways. The old-school way, with the version provided by your distro; and soon, hopefully, your distro will upgrade to the brand-new 3.26 stable version that we’ve just released. And the Flatpak way, the one we actually recommend if your system is ready for it: it’ll give you the choice between the…

GNOME 3.26 Release Party in Nuremberg

The last Friday GNOME 3.26 was celebrated in the SUSE headquarters in Nuremberg with pizzas and a cake. Thanks to GNOME and openSUSE for sponsoring the event! 😃Richard, Ayoub and Howard chatting and having pizza! A cake with no footprint on it, hence way less cool than the one from São Paulo. There were KDE users too! Though Ana Maria came mostly for the free cake. 😏 Oliver explaining how GNOME is tested for openSUSE with openQA.