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Yep, and now YOU can try it! With the new release of 🤍GNOME 3.38, the developers also released something called GNOME OS. What's this all about? Jason has used it, and he fills you in on this cool initiative that aims to further improve one of the most popular Linux desktop environments. Download GNOME OS Installer ISO here: 🤍 You'll need GNOME Boxes 3.38, Flatpak installed and the Flathub repo enabled. GNOME 3.38 Promo Trailer: 🤍 GNOME 3.38 Release Notes: 🤍 MY AUDIO EQUIPMENT: Microphone: 🤍 Mic Arm: 🤍 USB Audio Interface: 🤍 WHAT I PRODUCE VIDEOS ON: System76 Oryx Pro Pop!_OS 20.04 Lightworks Pro | Get 40% off1 year with code L4E40 L4E MERCH (Mugs, Hoodies, T-Shirts) 🤍 L4E SOCIAL MEDIA: Mastodon: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 L4E GROUP CHAT: Telegram: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 DESTINATION LINUX NETWORK: Destination Linux Network: 🤍k/ Community Forum: 🤍k/
Gnome 43 - A True Vanilla Experience A quick look at the Gnome OS, an OS designed for developers but containing a true vanilla Gnome experience. Take a look and let me know what you think in the comments below. Download : 🤍 EBUZZ STORE: 👚👚👚 Ebuzz Central Store : 🤍 JOIN THIS CHANNEL TO GET ACCESS TO PERKS: 🤍 WANT TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL? 👍🤑💰 Patreon: 🤍 WANT TO BUY ME A CUP OF COFFEE? 👍🤑💰 Buy Me A Cup Of Coffee: 🤍 WANT TO SUPPORT THE CHANNEL? 👍🤑💰 PayPal : holtdigitalmedia🤍hotmail.com FIND ME ON SOCIAL: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 MeWe: 🤍
🤝 Conheça a HostGator: 🤍 Hoje vamos conhecer o GNOME OS (3.38), uma iso que você pode testar facilmente através do GNOME Boxes. Um sistema operacional que usa tecnologia OSTREE e Flatpak como base, para criar um ambiente quase que "imutável" em relação à estabilidade, com aplicativos Sandbox. A Imagem do sistema deverá ser utilizada por desenvolvedores GNOME especialmente, para que os mesmos possam testar suas aplicações, sem depender de uma distribuição terceira necessariamente. ⭐ Nos siga em todas as plataformas: 🤍 👑 𝗦𝗲𝗷𝗮 𝗠𝗲𝗺𝗯𝗿𝗼: 🤍 💜 Entre no nosso Discord: 🤍 📬 Contato comercial: blogdiolinux🤍gmail.com 📎 𝗙𝗼𝗻𝘁𝗲𝘀 𝗲 𝗟𝗶𝗻𝗸𝘀: - GNOME Boxes: 🤍 - O outro vídeo sobre GNOME OS: 🤍 - Entrevista com o Georges: 🤍 - Sobre o Endless OS: 🤍 - Todas as novidades do GNOME 3.38: 🤍 #GNOME #Linux #Flatpak
GNOME 44, the latest release of the popular desktop environment for Linux, was released recently. As always, Learn Linux TV has a full review so you can check out all of its new features. It's a great release, although one feature in particular completely missed its mark. *Learn Linux TV - Your Home For Linux-Related Fun and Learning!* *Support Linux Learning (commission earned)* • Become a channel member here on YouTube ➜ 🤍 • Become a Patron on Patreon ➜ 🤍 • Receive a 5% discount on an LPI exam voucher ➜ 🤍 • Set up your own cloud server with Akamai Connected Cloud ➜ 🤍 *Linux-related Gifts* • Mastering Ubuntu Server 4th Edition (Jay wrote that!!! 😲) ➜ 🤍 • Affiliate store for Linux compatible hardware/accessories ➜ 🤍 • Awesome KVM for your Homelab ➜ 🤍 *Individual Sections* 00:00 - Intro 00:55 - A few notes and some info on my test PC 02:14 - GNOME's file manager has a "tree view" (again) 04:04 - The "Quick Settings" menu has been improved in GNOME 44 04:55 - The new "Background Applications" feature of the "Quick Settings" menu 06:54 - Improvements within GNOME's System Settings in GNOME 44 09:55 - GNOME Software is more responsive in GNOME 44 12:00 - GNOME 44 is very responsive and runs great 12:49 - Is GNOME a "bloated" desktop environment? 14:05 - The GNOME desktop has a great dark mode option 15:03 - Unfortunately, GNOME 44's "Background Applications" has some huge flaws 18:41 - GNOME's "Device Security" panel gives users a false sense of security/insecurity *Recommended stand-alone videos from Learn Linux TV* • Essential tweaks for ALL Linux Servers ➜ 🤍 • How to create a bootable flash drive for installing Linux ➜ 🤍 • Installing an operating system for Raspberry Pi ➜ 🤍 • How to connect to a Linux server via ssh ➜ 🤍 • Understanding Linux permissions ➜ 🤍 • OpenSSH Guide ➜ 🤍 • How to better secure OpenSSH ➜ 🤍 • 10 Linux Terminal Tips and Tricks to Enhance Your Workflow ➜ 🤍 • Over 15 Terminal Tricks You Should Learn ➜ 🤍 *Recommended Courses from Learn Linux TV* • Get up to speed with managing an OpenStack Cloud ➜ 🤍 • Learn how to write your own Bash Scripts ➜ 🤍 • Install, configure, and maintain a Proxmox VE Cluster ➜ 🤍 • Automate tedious setup jobs by learning Ansible ➜ 🤍 • Learn how to exit vim (and use it too) ➜ 🤍 *Linux-related Podcasts* • Enterprise Linux Security ➜ 🤍 • The Homelab Show ➜ 🤍 *Fun Linux-related Projects* • Run your own Gitlab CE Server ➜ 🤍 • Build a Kubernetes Cluster on Proxmox ➜ 🤍 • Set up your own Nextcloud Server ➜ 🤍 *Official Learn Linux TV Sites* • Main site ➜ 🤍 • Community ➜ 🤍 *FAQ* • Which distro do I use? ➜ 🤍 • My recording gear (commissions earned) ➜ 🤍 *Content Ethics* • The following article covers the rules and guidelines Learn Linux TV abides by ➜ 🤍 *Disclaimer* LearnLinuxTV produces technical content that will hopefully be helpful to you and teach you something new. However, this content is provided without any warranty (expressed or implied). LearnLinuxTV is not responsible for any damages that may arise from any use of the content and information that's being provided. The viewer is expected to follow best judgement and to make his/her/their best decisions while working with production or non-production software, systems and hardware. #Linux #GNOME #GNOMEDesktop
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I know a lot of you guys have been asking about my distro, what DE and WM I’m using, what themes and icon packs - so, I decided to just show you. All cards on the table now and links in the description. We’re gonna set it all up from scratch, and then talk a bit about how to automate all of this in the future, what "ricing" is and why you should probably stop calling it that. CHAPTERS 0:00 - Intro 0:35 - Why do we say "rice"? 1:15 - What is Pop!_OS? 1:34 - New wallpaper from Unsplash 2:01 - User Themes (extension) 2:32 - Dracula theme 3:18 - Gnome Tweaks 3:46 - Flatery icon pack 4:40 - Sweet shell theme 5:33 - Dash to Panel 6:28 - Window tiling in Pop 6:49 - Gogh color schemes 7:42 - Using dconf 8:43 - Until next time - Applications theme: Dracula 🤍 🤍 - Shell theme: Sweet Dark v40 🤍 🤍 - Icon pack: Flatery Indigo 🤍 🤍 - Cursors: McMojave 🤍 🤍 - Terminal Emulator 🤍 - Terminal font 🤍 GNOME Shell Extensions - Blur my Shell (by aunetx) 🤍 - Color Picker (by grroot) 🤍 - Dash to Panel (by charlesg99) 🤍 🤍 - Draw On Your Screen 2 (by zhrexl) 🤍 - Notification Banner Reloaded (by mjakubowski) 🤍 - Sound Input & Output Device Chooser (by kgshank) 🤍 - Time (by zagortenay333) 🤍 - Unblank lock screen (by xiaoguang_wang) 🤍
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Top 10 Must Install Best GNOME Extensions [2023 Edition]. Must have GNOME Extensions in 2023. GNOME has been one of the best desktop environments that provides a graphical user interface for the Linux operating system. It delivers a powerful user experience that is similar to Windows and macOS. But there are a few things that you can do to your gnome desktop to make it more functional. This is where Gnome Extensions comes into the picture. *Download All Gnome Extensions* - 🤍 An Extension is a piece of software that helps in customizing or tweaking gnome desktop to the next level. These extensions will help you to install themes, icons, fancy app transitions, blur the shell & lot more. All these extensions are free and are very easy to install. You can try Gnome extensions on any GNOME distro like Ubuntu, Fedora, Arch Linux, Manjaro, Zorin, Pop OS & More. *Turn Your Gnome Shell look like MacOS Ventura* - 🤍 *Support Me* ~ *Buy Me A Coffee* - 🤍 _ *Useful Videos to Watch* _ Install Asahi Linux On M1 or M2 Mac Step-By-Step ↪ 🤍 Install Rocky Linux ON M1 Mac With UTM ↪ 🤍 Install ubuntu On m1 Mac ↪ 🤍 Install ChromeOS Flex On Any PC / Laptop ↪ 🤍 _ © KSK ROYAL *Meresai* _
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GNOME OS is designed for desktop testing purposes but I was intrigued to see it running on real hardware. So I grabbed myself an ISO and flashed it to a USB to see if I could get a native install up and running. As GNOME OS distributes software using flatpaks I tested out installing and a couple of other applications. This video was edited and uploaded from GNOME OS using Kdenlive from flathub. I'll do a follow up video the more GNOME OS progresses on native hardware. Read more - 🤍 Distro poll - 🤍 If you enjoyed the video please consider subscribing to the channel so you don't miss out on future videos from Tyler's Tech. Patreon - 🤍 Podcast - 🤍 Tyler's Tech Website - 🤍 Linux Forum - 🤍 Find Tyler's Tech on LBRY - 🤍 Find Tyler's Tech on Twitter at: 🤍 Find Tyler's Tech on Discord at: 🤍 Telegram Channel - 🤍
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JUMP TO A SECTION: 0:15 Intro 0:53 Shell layout - 1:15 quick settings - 1:30 screenshot UI - 2:10 home screen/apps on desktop; similar to Endless OS - 2:56 gesture navigation - 3:48 keyboard swipe to dismiss - 4:08 default/dark style quick toggle, animated splash screen - 4:55 live window thumbnails 6:00 Paper app (for notes) - 6:10 LibAdwaita About window, window management 6:46 Files (nightly), context menus, desktopiness - 7:25 Oops, floating windows - 7:55 more desktopiness in nightly Files - 8:57 double-click to open doesn't work on touch… 9:35 Keyboard 11:05 Clocks 12:23 Calculator - 12:48 per-app accent color - 13:10 text input magnification - 13:28 oops window management - 13:49 unsolicited design feedback 14:40 GNOME Web (nightly) - 14:56 multi-touch - 15:01 default/dark style CSS - 15:10 preferences - 15:19 reader mode - 16:09 tabs, basic UI 16:43 Settings - 16:56 About - 17:30 Displays (oops, window management) - 18:06 Appearance (default/dark style, wallpaper demo) - 18:28 Multitasking… desktop settings on a phone? 19:30 Third-party apps - 19:30 Amberol - 19:48 GTK4 popover touch bug? - 20:03 oops window management - 20:36 beautiful default/dark style - 20:55 an aside about Notifications - 21:17 Blanket - 21:26 MPRIS integration = media controls in quick settings - 21:58 Drawing (oops, untested) - 22:07 meta discussion about GNOME Software and non-mobile apps 23:13 GNOME Shell on mobile is so smooth! - 23:24 quick settings toggles - 23:57 lock/unlock screen - 22:06 type to search - 25:40 oops I opened Lollipop 25:49 Misc - 25:50 Chats - 26:30 my apps (Clairvoyant, Dippi) - 26:50 wrap up Blog about GNOME on mobile: 🤍 🤍cassidy🤍blaede.family → 🤍 Hey all, sorry about the rough quality here. I meant to upload and edit this later, but YouTube decided to make it public lol So here you go in all its unedited glory, including me hitting the tripod at least twice! Phone: OnePlus 6T OS: postmarketOS Edge with GNOME Mobile
What is the best Desktop in Linux? Let's look at the options! Timestamps: 00:00 Overview 00:47 Cinnamon 01:33 Deepin 02:00 Pantheon (Elementary OS) 02:45 LXDE 03:30 Budgie (Solus) 03:50 GNOME 05:09 KDE 05:55 MATE 06:18 Unity 06:53 XFCE 07:30 Nothing is the best? Support My Work - ►► Get Updates, Launch Announcements and More ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Tech Digital Downloads ➜ 🤍 ►► Product and Service Recommendations ➜ 🤍 ►► My YouTube Gear and Computers ➜ 🤍 Other Places to Find Me - ►► Titus Tech Talk ➜ 🤍 ►► Titus Tech Gaming ➜ 🤍 ►► Chris Titus Fitness ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitch ➜ 🤍 ►► Twitter ➜ 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps supports the channel and allows us to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support!
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Enter TuxCare's giveaway to win a free pass to Super Computing Conference: 🤍 Grab a brand new laptop or desktop running Linux: 🤍 👏 SUPPORT THE CHANNEL: Get access to a weekly podcast, vote on the next topics I cover, and get your name in the credits: YouTube: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Liberapay: 🤍 Or, you can donate whatever you want: 🤍 👕 GET TLE MERCH Support the channel AND get cool new gear: 🤍 🎙️ LINUX AND OPEN SOURCE NEWS PODCAST: Listen to the latest Linux and open source news, with more in depth coverage, and ad-free! 🤍 🏆 FOLLOW ME ELSEWHERE: Website: 🤍 Mastodon: 🤍 Pixelfed: 🤍 PeerTube: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 #Linux #gnome #desktop 00:00 Intro 00:31 Sponsor: Win a free pass for Supercomputing Conference 01:25 Activities Button 03:04 Quick Settings 04:20 Look & Feel 06:07 GNOME Apps 09:06 GNOME Software 09:58 Compositor 11:07 Settings 12:51 Parting thoughts 14:33 Sponsor: Get a PC made to run Linux The first change you'll notice here is the Activities button. Functionally, it's the same, but visually, it shows your current virtual desktop as a pill, and the other available virtual desktops as small circles, so you know where you are in your strip of desktops. This change also comes with the removal of the app menu from the top bar. The quick settings get the ability to control keyboard backlight from this little menu. You can also open the quick settings menu with a keyboard shortcut which is Super + S. In the top bar, next to these quick settings, you'll also get a new webcam activity indicator. The Adwaita cursor theme has changed a tiny bit, with a longer stem for the main mouse cursor, and revamped cursors for dragging stuff, and hovering over clickable links, but the changes are really minor. There is also a true Light theme available, although you'll have to enable it using dconf or through an extension. Apart from that, there's a new "split headerbar look" that reached a few apps, like the settings, the calendar, or the file manager. Nautilus gained a way faster search. Once a search has completed, you also get a "Search everywhere" button that lets you search the whole filesystem. Selecting columns in the list view is now a bit nicer looking, you can move the columns around to change the order, and you can apply the changes to all folders, or just the one you're viewing. There's also a brand new image viewer for GNOME, called Loupe. It replaces the old "eye of gnome" viewer, and functionally, it's the same, but it's much more in line with modern GNOME apps. Other core app changes are Snapshot, the new camera app that replaced Cheese as the default in GNOME. GNOME calendar also gained infinite scrolling in the month view. The event dialog has also been revamped using libadwaita components. GNOME console got a new preference item to customize fonts, GNOME maps gained a new experimental vector based tileset, and the Connections app now supports copying text, files and images through RDP. GNOME Web got the tab overview. And finally, the calculator app now handles more currencies and currency conversions. For Flatpak apps, you'll now get the option to clear the app storage, and remove all the data associated with the app, when uninstalling it, just like what KDE added recently in Discover. Flatpak apps that are end of life will be marked in the app page in Software, and in the "installed apps list" in GNOME software itself. Mutter now supports YUV color space, which is generally used for video and image processing. Fractional scaling under wayland now is also officially supported, and the compositor now handles the mouse cursor's movement in its own thread, which means it won't be impacted as much by anything else needing to be rendered. The "About" page gained a new "System details" dialog that will give you a bit more information, with a "copy" button to quickly share these when you have to write a bug report or something along those lines. A few options from GNOME tweaks also made their way to the Date and time settings, there are smaller changes as well, like the ability to remove a wifi network with a dedicated icon, and a confirmation dialog to verify you actually want to remove it, the sharing page losing its global toggle, and searching through the settings has been improved.
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The first 1000 people to use the link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: 🤍 A lot of work has been put recently into making the various Linux desktop environments more able on mobile form factors. Let's see how these efforts are panning out, starting with PHOSH, the GNOME mobile shell, and its applications. Become a channel member to get access to a weekly patroncast and vote on the next topics I'll cover: 🤍 Support the channel on Patreon: 🤍 Follow me on Twitter : 🤍 My Gaming on Linux Channel: 🤍 Follow me on LBRY: 🤍 The Linux Experiment merch: get your goodies there! 🤍 ## What is Phosh Phosh is GNOME shell, re-jigged for mobile. It's developed mainly by Purism, for their Librem5. It's open source, used by a lot of distros that you can flash to and SD card and use on the pinephone for example. I'm trying this out on the baseline Pinephone model, with Manjaro Phosh, but you could also try phosh on Fedora, Debian, Manjaro, postmarket OS... Obviously it's manjaro, so expect more apps than the default, and a specific icon theme, which I changed so it would look more "vanilla". It's only one of the available mobile interfaces for Linux mobile devices, you could also get Plasma mobile, Ubuntu touch, and a lot of other. I'll only talk about Phosh, not the battery life, the use of hardware, etc... as it is dependent on what you'll run it on: pinephone, Librem 5, or maybe something else in the future. ## The shell Phosh takes the concept of GNOME shell, and moves it to a mobile form factor. Basically, you've got this arrow at the bottom of the screen, which brings up the activities view, combined with the app grid. You'll see all your running apps, and the ones you can launch as well, on the same screen. It's a simple enough interface, although it might not scale all that well when people have the option to install tons of applications. There is a search feature, obviously, which only searches through applications, you won't get the full system search you can enjoy in desktop GNOME here. Up top, you get your standard indicators, with the cellular icon, which is not enabled here as I haven't moved my SIM to the pinephone, the wifi, bluetooth, time, and battery. Clicking in that black area up top displays the settings shade, with quick settings, much like on Android. You can't customize these, but you'll get the essentials: rotation, do not disturb, flashlight, and docking mode, as well as volume and brightness sliders. If you have notifications, they'll be displayed underneath these sliders. To dismiss this shade, just tap on the top of the screen again. In the activities view, you get a horizontally scrolling list of your recent apps, and a favorites bar. These favorites can be customized with a long press on the app's icon, which also display the various options for this application, just like right clicking an icon in GNOME's dock. Underneath that, you get your app list, sorted alphabetically. Now, it ships with a bunch of default applications, which manjaro supersedes with more stuff, just like on the desktop version of the distro. You have the basics: a text messenging application, a phone dialer, a contacts app, a calculator, a calendar, a clocks application, everything you'd expect to get on a phone. These apps are all responsive, which means that they are, in fact, the desktop GNOME apps, that just know how to behave when opened on a phone screen. All the features are still there, but things are moved to a hamberger menu, or to tabs, displayed on the bottom instead of being on the top of the app, as they are positioned on the desktop. Some apps have not received that mobile treatment, though. The calendar, for example, is the full desktop app, whish is displayed with very small text, and touch targets, and is barely usable. The file manager manjaro ships is called portfolio, so it's not the GNOME FIles app, Nautilus. I tried older versions of Phosh where Nautilus was included but it wasn't adapted for mobile at the time. If you need more applications than what your distribution ships, you have GNOME Software, which works fine, even though you can feel there are still some hiccups. This means that you'll get to install any desktop app on your phone as well, like GIMP, Inkscape, or Libre Office. Why would you want to do that on a phone? Well, because this shell turns into a full desktop shell once you plug the phone to a display. You then get the full GNOME experience, with the desktop shell, and all the apps you've installed spring to their full size. This video is sponsored by Skillshare
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GNOME 44 is around the corner!. The successor of GNOME 43 brings a lot of new cool features and changes you've been waiting for such as new wallpapers, redesigned panels in system settings, and more GTK4 port applications. Play With Brand New Ubuntu Flutter Based Installer 🤍 Vanilla OS - Ubuntu, Fedora, And Arch In One System 🤍 My Perfect GNOME Desktop Setup You Might Like 🤍 How To Put Icons on Elementary OS 7 Horus Desktop 🤍 Installing Ventoy Theme With Ventoy Plugin Is Easy 🤍 That redesigned panel including Sound, Mouse and Touchpad, Accessibility, and Month picker, Users, Wacom, Region and Language, and others. The Network & Wi-Fi panels now use libnma’s own security widgets for managing connections. GNOME Web GTK4 port with libadwaita changes arrives in GNOME 44. A lot of work was poured into this version. The user interface is now looks prettier and definitely adds more consistency to the desktop. Nautilus aka GNOME Files 67% icons in grid view and tree view where you can expand to view the subfolders in a list view is finally back. It's disabled by the default, so you have to turn the option on from the Files preferences. Other notable changes in Files include a new tab context menu showing new options such as "Close Other Tabs". If that's not enough for you, FortyFour ships paste data as image file which probably saves a few clicks to do "Save image as". Another finally changes in GNOME 44 is the file picker has received a grid view after 18 years. This was only made possible by GTK4’s complete rewrite of its rendering system, and the introduction of highly performant and scalable list & grid widgets. GNOME 44 RELEASE DATE - Alpha : Jan 7, 2023 - Beta : Feb 11, 2023 - Release Candidate : Mar 4, 2023 - Stable Release : March 22, 2023 GNOME 44 will be shipped as the default desktop environment in upcoming Ubuntu 23.04 Lunar Lobster that released on April 20, 2023 and Fedora 38. Both distributions are under heavy development right now. Consider subscribing to get latest how to install, configure, tips, use Linux and Free Libre Open Source Software (FLOSS), or if you like what you see. Thanks for watching and being here!. Music Sunset Dream by Cheel Copyright belongs to its respective owner(s) Visit : 🤍 Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍
GNOME 41 includes plenty of other, slight enhancements. These are some examples: - Files now has the ability to create encrypted.zip archives (these require a password to be opened). - A new Calendar feature allows you to import events from.ics files. Improved dark mode support in Web, as well as faster pinch to zoom (on large websites) and better handling of unresponsive websites. - Improved window resizing in Calculator: enlarging the window now reveals more controls, and the window will also shrink to fit on mobile displays. - These are just a few of the numerous minor enhancements found in GNOME 41. ISO Image GNOME 41: 🤍 OpenSuse with GNOME 41: 🤍 #linux #gnome #freesoftware #distro
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When choosing a Linux distribution, you may be tangled because lots of distros use GNOME as their default desktop environment. So selecting one from numerous distributions can be very hard for a user. To make your journey smooth, we are here. So here are the Best GNOME Based Linux Distribution in 2022. #ubuntu #linux #linuxmint #debian #debian9 #gnomes #popos #manjarolinux #manjaro #archlinux #fedora #opensuse #zorin #gnome40 #gnome42