Every Detail Matters is Open for Business

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Everyone’s favourite UX polish extravaganza is back for another round. For the next months we will be targeting a host of bugs that will add polish and finesse to the GNOME 3 user experience.

This is the third time that I’ve run Every Detail Matters. Over the last two rounds, the initiative has gone from strength to strength. A total of 82 bugs have been fixed so far, and the GNOME 3 user experience has been massively improved as a result of everyone’s contributions.

With all of this progress, it might seem that there’s nothing left to work on. However, there are still plenty of bugs out there, and there are many possible enhancements that can be made. I’ve lined up a substantial bug list for this round, with some pretty cool stuff in it. If you are interested, check it out.

If you have never contributed to GNOME…

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Update Time

Things have been stupid busy for me lately. I’ve picked up quite a few Android projects and my new job is really eating up a lot of my time. So, naturally, I’ve been neglecting any posts despite me seeing an decent influx of traffic here. I guess I’m doing something right! Thanks for all of that, readers!

I have a few things I’m working on for the blog. I’m in the process of reviewing Fedora 19 Beta. I think if you’re a fan of Fedora (as I am and I’m sure readers of this are), it should be full of information you’ll want to read. We also did another episode of the LinuxInstall.net podcast so I’ll get that link up in here somewhere. I haven’t been neglecting my Weeked Coding podcast either. I have a lot of them done but I haven’t had the time to go through, edit, and clean them up. Hopefully I’ll get to that this week as well.

There is more content coming people. Just bear with me.