Another #AppCenterSpotlight is here! This time @cassidyjames takes a look at the torrent client Torrential: https://medium.com/elementaryos/appcenter-spotlight-torrential-39e98fba5f0
Better late than never, it's time for another Loki Updates post! 😬https://medium.com/elementaryos/loki-updates-for-august-4a6d183364b4
Got my first patch merged into a FreeDesktop.org project! https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=102330
Coming soon to a Linux desktop near you, 3rd party apps can now ship “@2” icons for HiDPI displays
In this month's #AppCenterSpotlight, @cassidyjames takes a look at color contrast tool Harvey https://medium.com/elementaryos/appcenter-spotlight-harvey-9bd5bf212917
That -1000 lines diff tho https://github.com/elementary/calculator/pull/32
ICYMI: When you use elementary OS, you are not the product. https://medium.com/elementaryos/you-are-not-the-product-1d28c485175f
Have you explored AppCenter recently? There's now over 30 curated, native apps custom built for elementary OS! https://mastodon.cloud/media/ukzANCud7aVzJPFzJMU
Wrapping up July with a recap of this month's updates! https://medium.com/elementaryos/loki-updates-for-july-471e1dd234c9
It's 🎉 #REVIEWSDAYTUESDAY 🎉! Tuesdays are reviews days :D https://medium.com/elementaryos/reviewsdaytuesday-c9ab3fcd2144
Just confirming some travel arrangements, Corentin Noël, Cody Garver, and I are headed to Denver next month to work with System76 on a new installation experience. Pretty excited as this is one of the bigger things that I've wanted to get done before I feel like we can really call elementary OS 1.0. We'll be there for a week and hopefully we'll come out the other side with a sweet new Installation and On-boarding experience for elementary OS and Pop!_OS :)
Want to help make elementary OS even more awesome? Check out our Get Involved page! https://elementary.io/get-involved
Since it’s the #DayAgainstDRM everything on AppCenter is available DRM free! Oh wait, it’s always been like that. Nice.
It's official! elementary now lives on @GitHub https://medium.com/elementaryos/elementary-github-bbd454eac547
Single greatest design LPT that has made my use of color so much better lately:
Brightness and saturation have an inverse relationship.
Especially obvious if you're layering shadows and wondering why your colors look muddy or just "wrong". You can overlay white but not black.
Even if you've been doing this kind of subconsciously, being aware of it and doing it purposefully helps catch mistakes and save time
A personal, totally not elementary-approved blog post about the state of streaming emulated games on elementary OS https://medium.com/@DanielFore/i-just-want-to-go-fast-965e985dc870?source=linkShare-4f27c8e412b0-1496513460
Just another crazy person trying to change the world. Founder at elementary
Generalistic and moderated instance.