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How to get the 18 Gnome Official Backgrounds

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So these are the 18een Gnome Wallpapers 

You will find them in Gnome Git Repo: http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-backgrounds/tree/backgrounds (click on plain). Everything is on high resolution, but I didn’t find the source files.


Gnome Photos

Gnome Photos is one of these applications that are suitable for new contributors to hack them. It is written in C and is still on early stages so there isn’t much code to read.

If you want to contribute:

Bugs: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=gnome-photos
Design: https://live.gnome.org/Design/Apps/Photos
Download: http://download.gnome.org/sources/gnome-photos
Git: http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-photos
Website: http://projects.gnome.org/photos

Photos, like Documents, Music and Videos, is one of the core GNOME applications meant for find and reminding the user about her content. The internal architecture Photos is based on Documents — the document manager application for GNOME, because they share similar UI/UX patterns and objectives.

Points to remember while hacking on Photos:

+ Avoid unnecessary divergences from Documents. Valid exceptions include changes needed to convert JavaScript idioms to their C equivalents.

+ Share the same set of widgets as Documents, or the other core GNOME applications, as much as possible.

+ Monitor changes in the Documents code base and clone them when relevant.

+ Follow the GNU coding style. To accomodate longer class and method names due to namespace prefixes, line lengths up to 120 characters are allowed.

happy hacking ;)


 
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  • http://twitter.com/Aleksandar_93 Aleksandar Jovanov

    That’s all cool and sweat but why C for an app that started its life in 2012?
    There are only two good reasons to use C in gnome today:

    * Core components like GObject ,Gtk, GLib, Clutter and all of them which are needed for GI.
    * Apps that have a very large C codebase like totem or nautilus.

    The first reason is not completely true because St (Shell Toolkit), being a lot newer, could have been done in vala instead of C.
    There is Marlin FM which shows that you can build a new product on a large C codebase (here the case is nautilus)

  • Matt

    Does 18een mean eighteeneen?

    • alex285

      aha, ok I fixed that sorry!