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  • GNOME Shell Picks Up Performance Improvements For Extensions

    While days too late for squeezing into GNOME 3.34.0, the GNOME Shell has landed a one year old merge request providing various fixes and performance improvements to its extension system.

    This MR was finally honored providing performance improvements around extensions, particularly those with a longer setup/start-up process.

  • Kate got submitted to the Windows Store

    Since a few years Kate is working well on Windows. You can grab fresh installers since then from our download page.

    But the visibility of it was very low for Windows users.

  • FOSS painting program Krita now has the Linux version on Steam

    Okay, not exactly gaming news but good to see anyway. Krita, the high quality FOSS painting program now has a Linux version available on Steam.

    They made a bit of a splash about releasing the Linux version on Steam too, in their announcement they mentioned how they're proud of it being "free, open source and community-driven software" with the Steam release meant as another direct way to support the development since it requires a purchase.

Kate in the Windows Store

  • Kate in the Windows Store

    Our Windows team is small, any help is very welcome! Thanks again to all the people that made it possible to use Kate nicely on Windows.

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