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In case you haven’t heard: the GNOME 3 website is now live! Check it out, if you haven’t already. And spread the word: we want as many people to hear about this as possible. Advertisements

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The Hague was awesome. Great to catch up with folks I haven’t seen in a while, to put faces to names, and to meet new people. We had some laughs. We talked shop. Everyone seemed really up for the big … Continue reading

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Hi Planet GNOME!

Some of my seriously old posts got pushed to the Planet yesterday. Not the introduction I had planned… Let’s try this again, shall we?! Hello! I’m new here. Nice to meet you. My name’s Allan Day. I live in London, … Continue reading

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I’m loving Banshee‘s new grid view. It is so effective, and so much more pleasurable than using a plain list. Indeed, I think it deserves more screen space than it has at present. I threw this together the other night: Ah, that’s … Continue reading

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I’ve been using the bleeding edge version of GNOME Shell for some time now. I’ve put off coming to quick judgements during that time. I wanted to get used to it. Also, it’s been changing a lot. Now that I have given … Continue reading

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GNOME Usability Hackfest

I spent this week attending the GNOME Usability Hackfest. It was great to spend some time among fellow GNOME art/design/usability/HCI/whatever folk and to participate in some exciting discussions. Thanks to Google and especially to Canonical for sponsoring the event. Not only … Continue reading

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Christmas goings on

I’ve got a long list of design and usability projects that I want to work on at the moment. The Christmas break gave me a welcome opportunity to spend a bit of time on a few of them. I wrote … Continue reading

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