Distros really shouldn't package and make available any software they aren't prepared to support. Since distros only really support software that's in their default install, if it's not installed by default, then they shouldn't package it.
Taking advantage of the @gnome icon guidelines and the appropriate tooling for writing my @guadec talk
Contrast is on Flathub now! https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.gnome.design.Contrast
It's a small app for checking color contrast by @bilelmoussaoui and, in my humble opinion, one of the prettiest GTK apps to date :)
It's definitely not the most exciting thing for #Flathub users and maintainers, but finally I've set up monitoring for our infrastructure. We had some synthetic checks already, but now I'll be delighted to wake up at 3AM to learn about running out of disk space!
Coming to a Flathub near you very soon #hype
We're happy to announce our new GNOME Inclusion and Diversity Team! Click the link below to learn more about this new team and their goals
I'm so excited to publish the latest design tool I have been working on, designed by @tbernard 🤩
Icon Library by @bilelmoussaoui is here, and it's awesome!
It's the best way to find symbolic icons to use in your mockups and apps. Find icon names, copy icons into Inkscape, and include them in your project as gresources.
Get it while it's hot https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.gnome.design.IconLibrary
I just pushed Icon library to flathub https://flathub.org/apps/details/org.gnome.design.IconLibrary
It's a small tool that allow you find those symbolic icons pretty easily. We also ship a bunch fancy new icons from the design team 🎉