The packages for GNOME Music are now in Fedora Rawhide and openSUSE Factory! Continue reading GNOME Music now on Fedora Rawhide and openSUSE Factory!
And so that day finally came – here is GNOME Music’s first release! It is still unstable though (well, the GNOME 3.10 cycle is still ongoing…). To celebrate this event, I prepared a
feast blog post! Continue reading Regardless of GNOME Music Still in Alpha, We Want to Release It!
I created a project at openSUSE Build Service so that Fedora, openSUSE and Arch users could use GNOME Music without compiling manually or using JHBuild! Continue reading GNOME Music packages for Fedora, openSUSE and Arch
Yes, gnome-music is ported again, and this time, it’s to Python. Continue reading GNOME Music’s Python Port Can’t Be This Great!
We ported GNOME Music to be usable on GTK+ 3.8, so that users using stable versions of their distributions could use it 😀
Note that compatibility with GTK+ 3.8 will be removed on the next cycle, GNOME 3.12.
We tested it to work on Ubuntu 13.04 (with the GNOME PPA’s), Fedora 19, openSUSE 12.3 (with GNOME:STABLE:3.8 repository), Debian Sid (Yes, that’s not stable but Wheezy’s GTK+ is too old) and Arch Linux.
Last month, I had been bothered by the Albums view in GNOME Music. Most of my songs don’t have cover art. This is surprising, since most of my songs are in FLAC and I’m sure all of them has cover art (Nautilus and Rhythmbox shows them). Continue reading The Extraction of My Songs is Wrong as I Expected.