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GNOME: GNOME Mobile and Shelved Wallpapers

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  • Python for GNOME Mobile?

    As you may already know, Python is one of the hottest programming language out there, with thousand of job offerings, so makes sense, at least for me, to push this language as official one for GNOME Mobile applications.

    elementary OS is doing a good job on engagement new developers, while use Vala as its official language. For me, Vala is a good candidate for advanced/performance constrained Mobile applications.

  • Shelved Wallpapers

    GNOME 3.28 will release with another batch of new wallpapers that only a freaction of you will ever see. Apart from those I also made a few for different purposes that didn’t end up being used, but it would be a shame to keep shelved.

    So here’s a bit of isometric goodness I quite enjoy on my desktop, you might as well.

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