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Say good morning to GNOME Weather

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Giovanni Campagna today released the first version of GNOME Weather (v0.1), a small application similar to Clocks written in Python3. Its current state is very basic, and you can only select a region from a drop-down auto-complete list, and Weather will display the weather of the next 5 days, from yr.no (Norwegian Meteorological Institute).

Gnome Weather might not arrive in Gnome 3.8, but you can still get it and run easily, as it doesn’t need any compile.

GNOME Weather 0.1

Giovanni announced Weather in Desktop-Devel ML

This is just a heads up that I opened a new repository at git.gnome.org for the GNOME Weather app I had previously announced. This is a lot better than it was the last time, and thanks to the just pushed updates to libgweather, it should support weather forecasts for all the world, using the free yr.no service.

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