Yesss! GNOME Maps in 3.36 is going to start getting public transport directions: http://ml4711.blogspot.com/2019/12/christmas-maps.html
I wonder if it will work in Melbourne?
I (very occasionally) get asked what my dev setup is for Geary, so while `git bisect run` is running, here it is. In short:
* Emacs with vala-mode, dvc-mode and a minimal amount of customisation
* GNOME Terminal with custom per-project shell environments (".localrc")
* GDB for debugging
* Gitg for making git less terrible to use
* GNOME DevHelp/Web for docs
* The Open in Terminal extension for GNOME Files
Apologies for not using anything more fancy. :)
Deprecating IRC in favour of Matrix for Geary support and chat: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2019-October/msg00031.html
I'd rather not have to do this, but we just get way too many people dropping in with support questions then leaving before anyone has has had a chance to answer.
✨✨ Geary 3.34.0 out now! ✨✨
Improved contacts popover, autocomplete contacts from desktop address book, spell checker for the subject line, and a whole lot of bug fixes. It's the best Geary yet!
Now available on https://flathub.org
Looking for something to do when not at the climate strike today? Check out the bootable GNOME images: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/desktop-devel-list/2019-September/msg00034.html
⚡ Geary 3.33.91 Beta 2 released! ⚡
Call for packaging, translations and testing: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2019-September/msg00007.html
Teach coding? Teach coding with libre software? @GNOME and Endless is running a competition with $500,000 (USD I guess?) in prizes for you: https://www.gnome.org/news/2019/08/gnome-foundation-launches-coding-education-challenge/
📣 Geary beta 3.33.90 released! 📣
Call for packaging, translations and testing: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2019-August/msg00037.html
Geary has just adopted the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct for the project's communication channels: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2019-August/msg00002.html
If it hasn't already, maybe it's time your FOSS project did the same?
Another advantage of running Firefox on your phone (aside from working against the Google Chrome hegemony) is that you can enable sending updates to Mozilla Location Services, so GNOME apps that use your location tend towards being very accurate, even if you don't have GPS on your computer.
🥌 Geary 3.32.2 out now! 🥌
Number N in a series of M "better late than never" releases.
⚡ Double (late) Geary release day! ⚡
New stable 3.32.1 version is out, and new unstable 3.33.1 is out as well. Dig in!
Good news everybody, Geary 3.32 is out! 📨📨📨📨📨📨📨
Happy Geary 0.13.2 release day! https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2019-March/msg00000.html 🎈🎈🎈
Geary 0.13 is out! 🎉🎉🎉
Featuring an all new account manager, olive-buttery-smooth conversation loading, GNOME Online Accounts integration, and a lot lot more: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/geary-list/2019-February/msg00016.html
3.32 is shaping up to be a great release for Epiphany, a.k.a GNOME Web: https://mail.gnome.org/archives/epiphany-list/2019-February/msg00000.html
Geary has two projects approved for Outreachy, a paid-internship programme to support people from groups that are underrepresented in tech, to help make their first contributions to a FOSS project.
The first is is looking at improving Geary's user experience with junk email, the second is looking at creating automated mail server testing for Geary.
If those sound interesting, please do apply: https://www.outreachy.org/apply
Sydney, Eora Nation.
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