Feeds version 0.8 is coming. This release have been a little overdue, since I finally decided to change the name of the app from gnome-feeds to just gfeeds. This has to do with the use of the GNOME name, and besides even GNOME apps don’t use the GNOME prefix in their names.
Thanks to this document, and a quick look at nautilus’s git repo I was able to automatically generate fresh flatpaks directly from GitLab by using the integrated CI/CD system. My current setup isn’t perfect but it manages to automate flatpak builds.
So I recently got myself a shiny new AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT GPU (that’s a mouthful). Let’s see how it does on Linux. Installation First, I use Arch (btw) and that makes things a lot easier, at least for now.
Feeds version 0.7 should be out soon with all the features detailed in this post. The code starts to feel a little more complex, and it would probably use another small refactoring, but that’s not too important right now.
Recap In a previous post I layed out a roadmap for my feed reader application Feeds. Here’s a little update on how things are going. Alright, first I want to thank @Etamuk again.