We’re approaching the look and feel of elementary OS with a lot of intentionality, focusing on setting the stage for the next several years. Get a peek of what we’ve been up to in this behind-the-scenes blog post. https://blog.elementary.io/look-and-feel-changes-elementary-os-6/
Did you catch our co-founder, @CassidyJames@twitter.com, livestream last week? What kind of videos would you like to see on the elementary youtube channel? https://youtu.be/m9_aqgCxIn0
Join co-founder Cassidy James Blaede tomorrow for a live Q&A and a demo of some features coming to the new elementary OS. https://youtu.be/m9_aqgCxIn0
A rising tide lifts all boats when it comes to open source! We’ve been working a lot with device makers, but you should care even if you’re not buying a new device with elementary OS; these improvements benefit all users and devices. Here’s how:
Are you subscribed to our YouTube? We’re live streaming, posting demos, and more. Check it out: https://youtube.com/c/elementaryinc
Be sure to open AppCenter and hit “Update All” today; a local user vulnerability was discovered by the Qualys Security Advisory team and has been patched and made available to users of elementary OS thanks to the quick work of the Canonical security team. https://ubuntu.com/security/notices/USN-4705-1
If you’re an indie dev, consider making apps for the elementary OS App Centre as a small tech alternative to the iOS/Google app stores.
Small is Beautiful
Next live stream: Free and Open Education with Pine64 and elementary OS
We’ll be joined by Nicolas Vivant, CIO of the city of Fontaine, who oversaw the deployment of 200+ elementary OS PCs and Debian servers in schools. Our other guests are Cassidy James Blaede (elementary OS), Lukasz Erecinski (Pine64), and Pernille Tranberg (Data Ethics EU).
Thursday, Jan 14, 2021 – 5PM Cork (UTC +0) / 12PM NY (UTC -5) / 9AM SF (UTC -8)
We’re ringing in the new year by looking at what we accomplished in 2020, and looking ahead to 2021. 🍾 https://blog.elementary.io/our-2020-in-review/
As we celebrate the holidays, we’d like to thank the open source projects on which elementary OS is built. From Linux and Ubuntu to GNOME and GTK, each project is a gift to the ecosystem. Be sure to thank an open source project or developer this season! https://elementary.io/open-source
Catch the latest episode of the Electromaker Show for their thoughts about elementary OS on Raspberry Pi (and Pinebook Pro)! Jump to 34:43 for that, or watch the whole show for lots of Raspberry Pi and maker news. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rUSsb3nXlo&t=2083s
You might notice our YouTube channel has gotten some attention lately. 👀 Make sure you’re subscribed, we’re planning to make better use of the channel from now on! https://www.youtube.com/c/elementaryinc
We’ve heard some folks are interested running elementary OS on Raspberry Pi, so we’re expanding out experimental Early Access builds to include the Raspberry Pi 4 series, including that shiny new Raspberry Pi 400! Just in time to snag one for the holidays. https://blog.elementary.io/elementary-os-on-raspberry-pi/
One of the most hotly-requested features for elementary OS is proper multi-touch gestures, and we hear you. Learn about the work going into elementary OS 6, our swipiest OS release ever.️ https://blog.elementary.io/multitouch-gestures-in-elementary-os-6/
We design and develop elementary OS—the fast, open, and privacy-respecting replacement for Windows and macOS—plus AppCenter, the pay-what-you-want app store.
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