On the current theming discussion: My article from last year is still as relevant as ever, and answers a lot of questions you might have.
The problem is that they don't theme only apps shipping by default, but everything at once.
They certainly don't do it well (@tbernard had an article on why it's unrealistic anyway), and I can give lots of example of broken apps, down to 100% unreadable text (#ffffff on #ffffff) in certain places.
don't be dicks to the people making your OS valuable in the first place. Stop breaking third party apps by default.
Here it is. It's time for a FreeDesktop dark style preference. Here's what that would entail, and why: https://medium.com/p/614f501ae4ca
Always wanted to create a Gtk Application using Python, build it using Meson, package it as a Flatpak and submit to Flathub?
Here's the first tutorial for you https://belmoussaoui.com/2019/05/13/how-to-create-a-gtk-application-using-python-part-1/
We will be building a Todo application. Feedback is appreciated!
There is one final day to submit talk proposals for #GUADEC 2019! Submissions close tomorrow evening, so if you were waiting until the last minute...mission accomplished. Get it submitted asap!
I wrote a little guide on creating app icons using Icon Preview. Palettes & templates included. https://gitlab.gnome.org/Teams/Design/HIG-app-icons/wikis/App-Icon-Design-Workflow
regular reminder that anything that is protected by #DRM deserves to be pirated
The only way to get real consistency across your system is using apps designed for your platform, in the configuration these apps were designed for (no icon themes, stylesheet hacks, etc.)
Otherwise it's like someone on a Samsung phone complaining about 3rd party apps being designed for stock Android.