GNOME Gets XDS

Some might scream with joy. Some might say "Well, finally." Some don't even know what it is.

XDS is a drag-and-drop framework. It is (should) be used in any application that can let the user drag an object or file out of one window and into another.

Nautilus had its own way of D&D that only let you drag between Nautilus windows. File-roller, the GNOME archive application, had ...

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GNOME 2.20 Released

As of two hours ago, GNOME 2.19 became 2.20.

Today, the GNOME Project celebrates the release of GNOME 2.20, the
latest version of the popular, multi-platform Free desktop
environment.

Released on schedule, to the day, it is the culmination of six months
effort by GNOME contributors around the world: hackers, documentors,
usability and accessibility specialists, translators, maintainers,
sysadmins, companies, artists, users and testers. Due to their hard ...


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Never Forget a Password Again

Okay, so you'll probably still forget them. But with GPass, you can find them again in an instant.

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GPass is a quick tool that lets you type up a list of passwords, locked away with a master password. It is easy enough to use: Just click the Add button, and give it a name and a password. If you want, you can set the password to expire so that ...

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