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Does the Display Server Matter?

Robert Ancell contends that the application toolkit is more important than the display server. "The result of this is the display server doesn't matter much to applications because we have pretty good toolkits that already hide all this information from us. And it doesn't matter much to drivers as they're providing much the same operations to anything that uses...

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GNOME 3.12 Seeded by GNOME OS Projects

The GNOME project is expected to release version 3.12 of its desktop Linux environment on March 26, featuring high-resolution display support, an overhauled gedit app, and many other new features. We spoke with Allan Day and Matthias Clasen, members of the GNOME design and release teams, respectively, about GNOME 3.12 and the various future-looking projects that collectively form GNOME OS.

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The GNOME 3.12 Software Center Sees Some Improvements

GNOME Software, the "app store" for managing software installed on the system using PackageKit/AppData, has seen many improvements and features for GNOME 3.12...

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Encrypted Backup Solution "Home Paranoia Edition"

How to safeguard your personal data with TrueCrypt and SpiderOak. more>>...

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Does The Display Server Matter? The Latest Mir vs. Wayland Argument

The latest argument within the open-source camp is whether the choice of the display server is still relevant in modern times of the Linux desktop, given the advancements of tool-kits and other components. Alas, it's another Mir vs. Wayland battle...

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