Tiheum’s Faience theme was my favorite for a long time. It looks a lot like the default, but it actually is much more elegant and clean. Tiheum unfortunately never updated Faience for the GNOME Shell 3.4, and I am not sure he ever will. Faience fans couldn’t wait any longer for the creator to do […]
FlightGear 2.8 will be released on this August and the developers still the have time for many improvements and additions. One of the biggest things of this release will be the finishing (hopefully) and inclusion of the great enhancements that the Rembrandt Project will bring to the best open source flight simulator.
Dick MacInnis is a rock musician and music composer that cares about the tools of creation. He is the creator and maintainer of the DreamStudio distribution that recently released its stable 12.04 version. On this interview, Dick MacInnis explains the uniqueness of his project, and talks about libre music creation. Enjoy!
Wine is a free and open source application that allows users to run Windows software on other operating systems. Wine is always under heavy development with the team preparing one release every 2 weeks. Yesterday, the founder and current leader of the project Alexandre Julliard, announced the availability of version 1.5.6, that brings some important additions […]
The KDE development team announced yesterday the new bug fix release update that concern the Workspaces, Applications and Development Platforms. Besides the many bug fixes that took place, there are also translation updates. Everyone using KDE is recommended to update, as this is characterized as a “safe” upgrade by the developers.
It was only one week ago when we talked about how the fifth Humble Indie Bundle was the best ever. The people behind the bundle announced the inclusion of 3 new games that will get unlocked for everyone that has or will pay more than the average.
Back in 2003, there was a GameDev conference in Texas USA. The focus of the conference was artificial intelligence, and consequently several people from the Neural Networks Research Group at the Texas University Department of Computer Science were invited to make presentations on academic AI research with potential game applications. After some brainstorming, ideas and conversations NERO […]
Some very interesting bugfix releases were made available the last few days for the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries. The fixes concern the 1.0, 1.1 and the 1.2 branches. Not all parts of EFL were updated as you can see from the following detailed list:
Mozilla Thunderbird is the brother of Firefox that aims to deliver a fast, easy and secure email and news client. The application is free and open source and is developed by the Mozilla Foundation. For more detailed info about the features of Thunderbird visit this webpage.
Salih Emin of Utappia announced a few days ago the availability of the new version of his unique GNU/Linux distribution iQunix. For those of you who haven’t read our interview with Salih Emin, iQunix is an “empty” Ubuntu, meaning that the user decides what to install, thus avoiding the sometimes many unneeded extras that come […]
Working with google+, youtube, gmail, google maps, google docs and every other google web service in existence can make you a google user interface freak. If you are one, then this is the Gnome Shell theme for you…