Of course, if you’re familiar with Linux phone development you will should of heard of (and maybe even tried) Phosh by now. This is a mobile UI associated with the GNOME project but initially spearheaded by Purism (with design by Tobias Bernard) that uses core GTK technologies and comes with a UI inspired by GNOME Shell.
A new grant from the German Ministry of Education is, GNOME developer Jonas Dressler details in a new blog post, allowing GNOME developers to manifest their mobile ambitions a touch faster.
In his overview of work to date, Dressler shares a couple of (rather impressive) real-world demos, plus concept art. He also gives us a brief glimpse at this newer, mobile-friendly GNOME Shell running on an actual Linux smartphone, namely the PinePhone Pro.
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ET, Phone GNOME – work to bring GNOME Shell to mobile devices gets a boost thanks to a grant from the German Ministry of Education. Demos n' details inside!