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This Is Your Last Chance to Make GNOME 3.10 Better

Frederic Peters has announced the immediate availability for download and testing of the final development release of the upcoming GNOME 3.10 desktop environment. GNOME 3.10 Release Candidate (RC) is finally here, available for download via the jhbuild modulesets, which make for a great opportunity to test and report bugs in … (read more) Read More »

Photo managers super test

Follow @LinuxUserMag In the digital age we live in, with camera-phones, prosumer photographers with their DSLRs and everything tagged on Facebook, there are a lot more photographs flying around than there were in the days of Kodak film being developed. Organising your photos can be a huge task, with a wealth of metadata and tagging that you can edit on ... Read More »

Get Rochard 2D Platformer on Steam with a Whopping 80% Discount

Rochard, a game built on the Unity engine by Recall Games, and perfectly compatible with the Linux platform, can now be purchased with an 80% discount. Rochard is a 2D platformer that relies on physics for its gameplay. You control the main character and his powerful G-Lifter in a story narrated by the famous Jon St. John (voice of Duke ... Read More »

PyCon UK is underway!

Follow @LinuxUserMag The community organised Python conference, PyCon UK, got off to a great start today in the Coventry TechnoCentre. After a welcome bacon sandwiches and a cup of English Breakfast the keynote address was made by David Mertz, a key board member of the Python Software Foundation and one of the few to take the trip across the Pacific for ... Read More »

Ubuntu 13.10 Default Wallpaper Leaked

The final version of the default wallpaper for the upcoming Ubuntu 13.10 (Raring Ringtail) operating system has been leaked earlier today on the Launchpad website. Yes, the image above will be the default wallpaper of the upcoming Ubuntu 13.10 (Raring Ringtail) Linux distribution. Click it to get the full version of the image, in case you want to put it ... Read More »