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Hey everyone. I've got some exciting plans to share regarding what I want to work on for GNOME 43 and beyond. Take a look here: blogs.gnome.org/christopherdav

If you're excited for any of this, please do consider supporting me on Patreon or GitHub sponsors, or reach out if you want to figure out another way to support these initiatives.

@brainblasted Always totally excited to see what you're working on!! I'm subscribed to your Patreon already, I'll put more in when I can afford it x

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Hey Chris !
Not sure where you are located at and if accepting donations via @Liberapay is / could be an option for you ?
Love the work you're doing on Gnome !

@brainblasted Really interesting and interested in "Libadwaita Recoloring API". It's been some time that I ask for a "darker" theme for Libadwaita (dark title bar and light content), it would be easier with this 🤓

@brainblastedI believe that it would be smart to keep the file chooser and our file browser in sync by making the file chooser a part of the file chooser.

I think there’s a typo on there :blobcateyes:

@brainblasted will moving Nautilus’ file chooser from GTK into Nautilus leave behind other apps requiring a file chooser (because they’ll either need to reimplement the file chooser from Nautilus or resign to using the one from GTK)?

@staticvoidmaine No - apps use GtkFileChooserNative which calls xdg-desktop-portal. xdg-desktop-portal calls the highest priority portal implementation for your desktop setup. Currently xdg-desktop-portal-gnome brings up a GTK4 FileChooserDialog, and instead it would bring up Nautilus. If apps are doing things right by using GtkFileChooserNative currently they shouldn't need to change anything to get this.

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