GNOME 3.24 Desktop Environment Will Support Nextcloud Accounts

Work on the upcoming GNOME 3.24 desktop environment continues, and, today, Javier Jardón informed us, via an email announcement, about the availability of the fourth development release before GNOME 3.24 it hits Beta.

According to the developers, probably the most important feature implemented in the GNOME 3.23.4 snapshot is the embodiment of a pre-release version of GTK+ 4, the next-generation GTK+ GUI (Graphical User Interface) toolkit that it’s being used by default for all the GNOME apps, as well as the rest of its components.

GNOME 3.23.4 includes various updated components, with bug fixes and other improvements, and we can’t help but notice that support for Nextcloud accounts has been implemented in the GNOME Online Accounts by developer Debarshi Ray, who is also maintaining the well-known GNOME Photos and GNOME Documents apps.

Nextcloud support is now available for public testing

As you might be aware, Nextcloud was forked last year from o… (read more)
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