Asking for financial help.
Hey folks, I’m hoping this is the last time I need to ask for help, but right now I need it. I recently got started on ADHD medications and I’m hoping that will help me get on track soon. But in the meantime, I need help.
Job hunting has produced nothing for me, and don’t have much money left. I don’t have enough to pay rent or bills right now. If you can spare it, I would really appreciate if you could help me out.
If you know of any job opportunities, I would also appreciate it if you would DM me.
Today I played a bit with Builder + deviced after reading this:
Builder compiles your project for the target architecture (in my case a OnePlus 6 / aarch64) using qemu and installs it on your mobile device (without having to use a cable!).
Embloggeration happened: https://www.bassi.io/articles/2021/08/01/documenting-gnome-for-developers/ — In which I explain what's up with http://developer.gnome.org
After fighting against library-web for a couple of months, I ended up switching to Sphinx for the new developer.gnome.org website—following the work done by the #gnome design team for the new HIG. Turns out it was a very good choice, because now we have a decent developer documentation website that we can easily improve, instead of an opaque Django monstrosity that we can't even test locally.
@bleakgrey do you want to mention it here as well?
Idea for a video tutorial (or blogpost): Setting up a new app from a Builder template, and submitting it to Flathub.
Some of the things that would be cool to cover:
- all the various places the app name and version number go
- appdata descriptions and screenshots
- making releases: git tags, release notes, etc.
- Managing two separate flatpak manifests
- Github submission flow
- Flathub builds dashboard
The new gtk-rs release is out! New bindings for GTK4 and a lot of other great improvements. More information here: https://gtk-rs.org/blog/2021/06/22/new-release.html
so it happened and i updated ashpd to the latest zbus features!
you can enjoy it/test it already with the alpha release
Part 2 of my series on how power works within GNOME is out now: https://blogs.gnome.org/tbernard/2021/06/15/community-power-2
I've been working on a series of blog posts on how power works within GNOME.
It took me a while to get my head around this when I joined the project, I'm hoping this will be of use for the next generation of newcomers.
Part 1 is out now: https://blogs.gnome.org/tbernard/2021/06/11/power-community-1
Numerical software engineer by 🏙️
GNOME developer by 🌃
Likes to hack with Python, but prefers to build with Rust.
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