GNOME-Clocks Development Continues

The last couple of weeks have seen a major clean up of GNOME-Clocks code, and on-going development of Alarms by myself and Timer by Eslam Mostafa.

Below is a screenshot of the recently completed New Alarm dialog box in GNOME-Clocks:

Dialog box for a new alarm in GNOME-Clocks

The development of Timer has been headed by Eslam Mostafa (, and is looking quite good as can be seen below.

Timer running in GNOME-Clocks

With the near completion of both Alarms & Timer, much of the basic development of GNOME-Clocks is rapidly coming to an end. As a result, an important decision remains – how to implement and integrate GNOME-Clocks. Should we write an entirely new daemon in Python? Or tie into an existing framework such as Evolution?

Finally, we would like to invite anyone else interested in GNOME-Clocks development to join us in #gnome-clocks on GimpNet. The GNOME-Clocks repository is now available on gnome’s servers at:
Bug reports & suggestions are both welcomed and appreciated!! Thanks for reading!

5 Responses to “GNOME-Clocks Development Continues”

  1. Jens Says:

    Wow, Ambience looks super ugly when used with the new GNOME titlebar style (buttons!).

  2. ReinoutS Says:

    For heaven’s sake, tie into evolution-data-server and/or gnome-online-accounts. Without Google Calendar-sync, a Gnome alarm clock would be useless to me.

  3. اسلام مصطفي Says:

    Goo for it Emily, good luck 🙂

  4. Mateus Felipe Cordeiro Caetano Pinto Says:

    Please, a Daemon would be great!

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