GNOME 3.10.1 Maintenance Update Officially Releasedview story

http://news.softpedia.com – The GNOME Project has announced that the first maintenance release for the GNOME 3.10 branch has arrived, with a small number of changes and improvements. GNOME 3.10 introduces a number of important features such as Wayland support, a redesigned and better status area, header bars, a new software center, and much more. “Here comes GNOME 3.10.1, the first update to GNOME 3.10, it includes m (IT news)

Development: GNOME 3.10.1 Releaseview story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Hello all, Here comes GNOME 3.10.1, the first update to GNOME 3.10, it includes many fixes, various improvements, and translation updates over 3.10.0, we hope you'll enjoy it. We won't end it here, we will soon publish the schedule for our next releases, and a first development release, 3.11.1, should also soon hit the streets. For more information about the major changes in GNOME 3.10, please (Software)

openSUSE 13.1 RC 1 Available: Time to Test!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – It was a dark night, wind howling through the forest… Somewhere far away, a fire was burning and the smell … … Ok, forget that. RC1 is here, so stop watching and start testing! The openSUSE 13.1 release is planned for November. In preparation, we today announce the availability of the first Release Candidate on software.opensuse.org. (Distributions)

Beautiful Open-Source Email Client Geary Reaches Version 0.4view story

http://news.softpedia.com – Geary, a lightweight email program designed around conversations and built for the GNOME desktop by the Yorba software group, is now at version 0.4.The software is developed by Yorba, the same team responsible for Shotwell, a photo manager that is the default applications in major Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and Fedora.The latest version of Geary includes per-account full text search, autom (IT news)

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS potrebbe arrivare con GNOME 3.8view story

http://www.oneopensource.it – Ubuntu 14.04, la prossima versione con supporto a lungo termine della distro di Canonical potrebbe continuare a utilizzare GNOME 3.8 nonostante la recente uscita di GNOME 3.10. Il motivo di questa probabile scelta risiede nella differenza dei tempi di rilascio di GNOME rispetto ai tempi di sviluppo di Ubuntu. (Software)

GNOME Shell Quickly Released to Fix the Login Screenview story

http://news.softpedia.com – GNOME Shell is the first application in the new release cycle that has been updated, but only to fix a nagging problem that somehow evaded the developers in the first place. GNOME Shell 3.10 has introduced a huge number of changes and new features, including fixes for password dialogues, for label, menus, and so on. (IT news)

GNOME Shell 3.10 Arrives with Numerous Improvementsview story

http://news.softpedia.com – GNOME Shell, a user interface that provides functions for the GNOME desktop environment, has just received a new update and it's now at version 3.10. The GNOME development is running smoothly and more features are added with each new version. Highlights of GNOME Shell 3.10: • The fade effect has been fixed in ScrollViews; • When the screen locks, the run dialogue is now closed; • (IT news)

GTK+ 3.10.0 Released Ahead of GNOME 3.10view story

http://news.softpedia.com – GTK+, a multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces that provide a complete set of widgets, suitable for projects ranging from small one-off tools to complete application suites, is now at version 3.10.0. According to the developers, GTK+ 3.10.0 incorporates new features and quite a few updates. (IT news)

GStreamer: GStreamer Core and Plugins 1.2.0 stable releaseview story

http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org – The GStreamer team is pleased to announce the first release of the stable 1.2 release series. (Software)

Can No Machine's Nxserver run on an ubuntu without desktop, just X11?view story

http://stackoverflow.com – I am running an instance of Ubuntu on AWS uxing X11 tunneled via ssh. It runs, but is too slow. NXMachine over x11 makes it blazingly fast, in comparison. Next step is to free up some RAM by uninstalling GNOME, the instance being tiny as it is, while still having a display. Works for x11 (but too slow to be useful), not sure how to do it for NX. Has anyone done this? (HowTos)