GNOME Working To Make Key Rack A Viable Password Manager, Better Printing For Flatpaks


This Week in GNOME is out with its newest situation that outlines ongoing thrilling work to the desktop due to the extra funding from Germany’s Sovereign Tech Fund plus quite a lot of different ongoing desktop/app enhancements.

A brand new endeavor as a part of the GNOME Sovereign Tech Fund is to make Key Rack a viable password supervisor for the GNOME desktop.

GNOME Key Rack

Key Rack is a GTK-based app for viewing and modifying keys whether or not they be passwords or tokens which are saved by functions. GNOME Key Rack can even work with Flatpak secrets and techniques and system-wide secrets and techniques. Key Rack continues to be in its early phases however with the GNOME STF funding will hopefully evolve right into a viable password supervisor for the GNOME desktop.

The GNOME Sovereign Tech Fund work can also be leading to extra progress on the worldwide shortcuts portal assist, numerous accessibility enhancements are ongoing, and there’s now higher printing assist in Flatpak / portals. The higher printing assist has landed inside xdg-desktop-portal, xdg-desktop-portal-gnome, and xdg-desktop-portal-gtk. There’s additionally a Dbus service that is been submitted to upstream systemd for systemd sysupdate.

For these GNOME enhancements that got here collectively in latest days, see This Week in GNOME for all the small print.

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