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Why Bountysource? Why?

TL;DR No more Xfce bugs on Bountysource.com (no support for GitLab) All remaining bug bounties returned to original backers Xfce Team account on Bountysource remains intact for now (including all donations so far) Some background When we kicked off Bountysource as one way to contribute to Xfce financially, this platform really seemed to be in …

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GitLab CI is up and running

As announced less than two weeks ago, the next steps in our GitLab migration are following. While we originally planned that the migration from Bugzilla to GitLab issues would be the next step we received generous support from the brand new fosshost project: They provided us with the virtual infrastructure to be able to set up our …

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Xfce 4.14 Maintenance and 4.15 Updates

Xfce 4.14 Maintenance As promised we’re trying to be much better at doing maintenance releases for Xfce 4.14. In part, we had a hard time doing maintenance for Xfce 4.12 because with all the porting work it was hard to focus on fixing Gtk+2 bugs and many bugreports/fixes didn’t apply to both 4.12 and 4.14. …

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Catfish 1.4.12 Released

Catfish 1.4.12 on Wayland on Ubuntu 19.10 Dialog Improvements All dialogs now utilize client-side decorations (CSD) and are modal. The main window will continue to respect the window layout setting introduced in the 1.4.10 release. I also applied a number of fixes to the new Preferences and Search Index dialogs, so they should behave more …

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Catfish 1.4.11 Released

What’s New? General Radio indicators are now displayed on the layout options, making your selection clearer on all themes Bug Fixes Startup crash when GdkDisplay or GdkScreen calls return None (LP #1822914) Configuration of preferred window layout (Xfce #16085) Finding files in the target directory (Xfce #15985, #16233) Symbolic links looping, causing search to go …

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Things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Things to do after installing Ubuntu 16.04 LTS To have a fully functional and smoothly running Ubuntu 16.04 Desktop users need to have some services application running before they start working with this fresh flavor of Ubuntu, although it depends upon nature of services for which system will be utilized, we have tried to figure …

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