System76 doesn't have Mastodan presence yet, so I'll try to put some of the blog posts I've written on here (hey, I can promote the stuff I do, right?!) Check out the latest blog on our new Pop!_OS testing ISOs - http://blog.system76.com/post/173003872608/forthcoming-testing-iso-round-2-more-major-new
Our backend installer is written in Rust, and the frontend is written in Vala in partnership with @elementary
Carlos Soriano explains how it is now possible to test development versions of Nautilus as Flatpaks, which are parallel-installable with your system's Nautilus: https://csorianognome.wordpress.com/2018/03/20/full-ci-generated-flatpak-parallel-installation-the-full-flow-for-gnome/
This is in part thanks to @alatiera's work on Gitlab CI. It is tremendously important work; it used to be that asking people to test GNOME meant they had to use jhbuild... which just, nope.
I'm embroiled in a multi-company conversation trying to get my moto z recognized as being under warranty. Buying a phone on amazon prime now apparently is quite difficult to do proof of purchase warranty repair. :(
Sometimes it surprises me what thought processes people come up with. :P
Not much excitement around here, but hey, new GNOME 3.28 release is out, and Builder has a metric crap ton of improvement.
OK, once again trying to make sure that I stay on mastodon. :P
Getting flamed on /r/linux. Love it. If I can drive them crazy thats great. But if I can convert them that is even better.
Man, the people on /r/linux are very deranged people. The things that get people riled up about. Absolutely nothing substantial gets talked about. It's all fire and no heat.
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GTK+ hackfest is over, @mclasen posted summaries at bit.ly/2GLwh8z and bit.ly/2DXbAok - highlights is GTK+ moving to @gitlab and planned initial GTK+4 release in fall, but will re-evaluate at GUADEC. #fosdem2018 #Linux #GNOMELove
(I would have used the GNOME account, but don't have access to it at the moment)