Yesterday the Fedora and GNOME developer Allan Day published the initial version of the Human Interface Guidelines for GNOME 3.14 and GTK+ 3.14, this initial version will be available in the upcoming GNOME 3.14 release.
Wayland will ship by default in Fedora 23, still, until then you will be able to on-demand use Wayland -as a session selectable at login- in Fedora Workstation 21 and Fedora Workstation 22.
Even if the default target for Wayland in Fedora is Fedora Workstation 23, the developers have not abandoned Wayland's integration in Fedora and GNOME, by contrary, the development continues -as we speak- with new and new features and enablements in this area.
Fedora 20 offers quite a productive environment via its both default and non-default applications.
Although there is a multitude of applications I personally use on a daily basis, I will list in this article only five apps that significantly improve my productivity in Fedora 20.
Yes, but why? Well, simply because you could also find these apps suitable to boost your productivity, apps such as:
A multitude of GNOME 3.13.90 applications has already landed in Fedora 21 Branched, bringing style, features, polish and bug fixes.
Today was the turn of GNOME Shell 3.13.90 to arrive in Fedora 21 Branched via the regular updates, we have in it fixes, under-the-hood optimizations and new animations for its windows.
First, take a look at the below clips to see the animations I'm talking about:
Enjoy a Fedora 21 Branched-like calculator in the Overview via Calculator, handy GNOME Shell extension
Weeks ago Fedora 21 Branched welcomed GNOME Calculator 3.13.3, version introducing at that moment a search provider in the Overview, that is, in Fedora 21 Branched -as we speak- you can perform calculations directly in the Overview via GNOME Calculator's search provider.
The feature is handy, but what if you want such functionality in your mighty Fedora 20, too? Well, you can use the Calculator GNOME Shell extension.
Fedora 20 is full of goodies all over the place, with them you can enjoy an indeed modern, handy and effort-free computer experience.
Let me give you an example: with
Print Screen you can easily screenshot a selected-by-you portion of the desktop, with
Print Screen you are able to rapidly screenshot the currently-focused window; these two keyboard shortcuts can help you to easily capture portions of the desktop via a mere keyboard shortcut.
You will do it as:
If you look for couple of minutes at Fedora 21 Branched and the GNOME 3.14 development cycle you will rapidly conclude that Fedora and GNOME have evolved tremendously from a visual point-of-view, too.
The past months have brought into our computers popovers, headerbars, built-in menu buttons, all kinds of dialogs and behaviors, pool of beauty generated by the latest official designs created by the Fedora and GNOME developers.
systemd is a powerful, modern and actively-developed system and service manager, you know it and have been using it as a default part of Fedora.
Fedora's Lennart Poettering has announced the release of systemd 216, namely, a new major systemd release made its way into the public space and, if you wonder what is new, learn that:
-Truly magnificent- I personally characterize GNOME Weather 3.13.90, weather tool available now in Fedora 21 Branched's GNOME Software with a totally-revamped, stylish and gorgeous new design.
The 3.13.90 replaces the now-old look & feel with an amazing new design, see it in the below clip:
Now, what is new: