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Matthias Clasen
GNOME developer, at Red Hat
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Matthias Clasen Feb 15
Thats the plan. We are working on it
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Matthias Clasen Feb 14
And its not like we aren't trying to the lvfs under linux foundation governance. You'd think that is an easy thing to do... but it isn't.
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Matthias Clasen Feb 14
You have no idea how hard Richard is working with his partners in the lvfs. Sadly, system76 has chosen not to be one of them. Which is fine, don't get me wrong. Just stop spreading misinformation.
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Matthias Clasen Feb 5
A row of awesome women at the GNOME recipes hackfest, a year ago
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Matthias Clasen Jan 31
Replying to @CassidyJames @system76
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Matthias Clasen Jan 28
Replying to @refi_64 @FlatpakApps
Technically, flatpak-spawn is in the flatpak-xdg-utils module, and part of the runtime. But, yes
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Matthias Clasen Jan 23
Replying to @BabyWogue
Well, here's my feedback: reading such reviews does not make me want to put more effort into in g-s, since it obviously isn't appreciated. Just a review
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Matthias Clasen Jan 23
Replying to @BabyWogue
What do you hope to achieve with such negative reviews?
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Flatpak Jan 22
Interested in working with Flatpak?
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Matthias Clasen Jan 20
You should check out GtkListView. It is the first really scalable view for gtk. Still on the wip/otte/listview branch, but will hopefully land soon
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Matthias Clasen Jan 19
Write code to do it.
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Matthias Clasen Jan 19
The dbusmenu patch was a hack that was scraping widget contents behind the applications back. What ended up upstream in GApplication and GMenu is the supportable version
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Matthias Clasen Jan 17
Replying to @brunomiguel
I'm not working on the theme. You should talk to Jakub, Tobias, Sam or Allan
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Flatpak Jan 16
After last weeks application settings panel, here is a release of GNOME Software with support for Flatpak permissions:
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The Hack Computer Jan 11
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Matthias Clasen Jan 7
Replying to @n8willis
If you say 'flatpak' three times, he appears.
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Matthias Clasen Jan 3
Rome wasn't built in a day. Gnome apps have a long history of doing just the kind of platform tie-in with central services that you describe. It takes time to undo that
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Matthias Clasen Jan 3
If you insist on putting important parts of your app ui in the compositor, then yes, you restrict your app to only work with your favourite desktop (you might see that as a benefit). If you can make your application work in its window, flatpak can make it work everywhere
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Matthias Clasen Jan 3
Flatpak is not cross-platform in the 'lowest common denominator' sense. It raises that denominator, by letting apps choose the runtime they need, and ny providing integration apis with various backends.
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Matthias Clasen Jan 2
It still shows up. I have a pr to show license information as well
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