Hello folks! I'm starting a blog about #AppImage.
My plan is to post there tips, tricks, tutorials and news about the interesting world of AppImages :)
Stay tune for updates!
appimage-builder v0.5.5 is now available. This version brings some critical bug fixes, see the changelog for details.
Get it using pip install appimage-builder
#Nitrux 1.3.0 is coming on Friday, 26th. And new additions include the new wallpaper that will accompany us for the next release series, Opal.
Manage your #AppImage collection from the CLI
Nitrux 1.2.9 Is Out with KDE Plasma 5.18.5 and Linux 5.6, Based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
Today is the day! — Nitrux 1.2.9 is available to download
We are pleased to announce the launch of Nitrux 1.2.9. This new version brings together the latest software updates, bug fixes, performance improvements, and ready-to-use hardware support.
Nitrux 1.2.9 is available for immediate download.
Check the changelog of the most recent version of Nitrux at our blog, link below.
Testing the new Kirigami SwipeNavigator and at the same time testing the QMLBar plugin.
For upcoming releases, developers using MauiKit will have tools to let other third-party developers create plugins to expand the features of the app.
You can get Nota 1.1.0 now. #mauikit
Today May 19, 2020, we were notified by a couple of users at the KDE Maui Project Telegram channel about a name change of a Microsoft product, the UI framework.
As it is the case, both are UI frameworks to create cross-platform applications, which does not help the situation. We created the Maui Project in 2018, announcing it for the first time on June 10 of the same year, as per our calculations, that is two years before Microsoft introduced this change into their product.
Lastly, them renaming Xamarin Forms to the Multi-Platform App UI, (MAUI), for no reason, other than to conflict with an existing #KDE project of the same name and then closing a GitHub issue about it with basically "fuck off", should leave anyone in no doubt about how much Microsoft actually loves Linux and what their approach to the community is the moment they don't just get to throw random shit over the wall & get instant praise for it.
Let's say that you are a big organization and you are going to name your new cool cross platform UI framework.
The chosen name conflicts with another open source framework for the same purpose.
1. You did not perform a web search before naming
2. You did, you found it, and said "who cares?"
"MauiKit 1.1.0 Released" via TuxDigital
Today, we are pleased to announce the release of MauiKit and Maui Apps 1.1.0!.
"The 1.1.0 version brings updates, new features, bug fixes, and an improved cross-platform and convergent experience from the framework to the apps. For this first full release, the packages are distributed directly from the MauiKit official webpage."
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