It’s almost one year later and, despite the acquisition by SmugMug a few months ago and the predictions from some people that it would mean me stopping from using Flickr & maintaining Frogr, here comes the new release of frogr 1.5.
Not many changes this time, but some of them hopefully still useful for some people, such as the empty initial state that is now shown when you don’t have any pictures, as requested a while ago already by Nick Richards (thanks Nick!), or the removal of the applications menu from the shell’s top panel (now integrated in the hamburger menu), in line with the “App Menu Retirement” initiative.
Then there were some fixes here and there as usual, and quite so many updates to the translations this time, including a brand new translation to Icelandic! (thanks Sveinn).
So this is it this time, I’m afraid. Sorry there’s not much to report and sorry as well for the long time that took me to do this release, but this past year has been pretty busy between hectic work at Endless the first time of the year, a whole international relocation with my family to move back to Spain during the summer and me getting back to work at Igalia as part of the Chromium team, where I’m currently pretty busy working on the Chromium Servicification project (which is material for a completely different blog post of course).
Anyway, last but not least, feel free to grab frogr from the usual places as outlined in its main website, among which I’d recommend the Flatpak method, either via GNOME Software or from the command line by just doing this:
flatpak install --from \ https://flathub.org/repo/appstream/org.gnome.frogr.flatpakref
For more information just check the main website, which I also updated to this latest release, and don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or comments.
Hope you enjoy it. Thanks!