elementary has provided a thorough bug reporting guide that explains how to file good issue reports in the right place. In short:
Find the Issues page for the app in question on GitHub
Be specific in your summary. Avoid subjective or ambiguous adjectives. Be concise and avoid chatter, but make sure to explain the whole issue.
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elementary is the name used for the entire project (operating system and everything else related to it). elementary OS is just the name of the operating system, not the entire project.
elementary's team prefers typing its name with a lowercase e for consistency. So, you should always type elementary instead of Elementary (even if it's in the beginning of ...
No , it is not
There must be lots of E things like eRadio , eSoft , eFM , eSettings and eLaptop . elementary want to have the elementary brand and not the E brand (if they did want to they would call their apps things like eDesktop (instead of pantheon) and ePhotos).
It is not acceptable to use it as an achronim for elementary OS since it could mean ...
The elementary team typically only supports the latest release with feature updates, which I think is mainly a volunteer issue than anything else. The team tends to not set firm release dates and follows a "done when it's done" mentality. So now that Loki is released, there isn't a set date for Freya's end-of-life, but Freya-specific issues will likely not ...
Dan can answer with 100% perfection to your question. I am quoting from the link:
Our desktop environment and all its apps are built using Vala, GTK+, Clutter, Cairo, Granite and a number of other free libraries. All of our code is hosted on Launchpad.net, a free service for open source projects.
The basis ...
elementary: 6 years
elementary OS: 4 and a half years
We released Jupiter on March 31st, 2011. But, elementary icons was registered on Launchpad as far back as June 6th, 2009. So we’ve been around in one form or another for quite a while :)
The page https://elementary.io/get-involved#desktop-development has two links:
Anyway you can find elementary OS bugs on Launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/elementary/+bugs
The way to download and pay with Paypal or just donate money to help is at the moment (November, 30, 2016):
If you want to download elementary OS and pay by PayPal:
Download the OS typing 0 in the "Custom" section; afterwards press "Purchase elementary OS".
Click the "Get Involved" section located at the ...
You need to install elementary-Tweaks instead Gnome Tweak Tool, but maybe you can find that setting under the 'Windows' tab in the Tweak Tool. If not:
First run in a terminal this commands (you need to install software-properties-common to be able to add repositories):
sudo apt-get install software-properties-common &&
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:...
In the Get Involved section you have all the ways you can donate money to elementary.
You can donate periodically using Patreon, make one donation using paypal or you can also buy something from the elementary store.
There's also another option, Bountysource. With this option you can donate money to solve a bug that's bothering you or to a elementary ...
If you don't know where to begin, try the developer guide they provide, it helps a lot.
Unfortunately developing an OS don't work this way, you have to start a issue on launchpad or github (depending on the project you are working on), with the reasons why this feature should be implemented. If the team is OK with your feature you can start to code it, then ...
it is not discontinued, the latest version is 5.0 Juno, based on ubuntu 18.04 LTS. I must remind you that eOS is based only on the LTS versions of ubuntu. So when another LTS version of ubuntu comes out we will see some new version of eOS.
As far as I know there is still an "Amazon App" pre-installed by default on current Ubuntu versions. However it is really just a link to the website and can be easily uninstalled. What you're referring to in your first quote is the Shopping Lens. It could also be easily uninstalled and in later versions of Ubuntu there was a setting to disable it, IIRC. ...
I'm not on the elementary development team or anything but there is this.
At that link they state "Everything that we make is 100% open source and developed collaboratively by people from all over the world. Even if you're not a programmer, you can get involved and make a difference."
I think it's safe to say that ...
Solved by burning the ISO disc on Windows 10. Running Mojave OSX and it appears the feature to burn a bootable ISO image was removed by Apple for some unknown reason. So OSX users, burn the disc on a Windows 10 machine and it will be fine and bootable.
Etcher software made no difference either on Mojave but did not test on Windows 10 to see if Etcher ...
With Elementary OS's Juno release, this option is conveniently placed in the System Settings.
Navigation: Setting -> Desktop -> Dock
Once at this location, the Dock behaviour controls are Icon Size, Hide When and Pressure Reveal. The Hide When control also has a toggle. If the toggle is set to OFF, the dock stays locked in its position.
You can propose your aditionals features to the dev team going to Blueprints section at elementary OS Launchpad
You can also navigate through the various applications pages at Launchpad and propose new features in its blueprint section. To know all of them, you can visit the metaproject page at https://launchpad.net/elementary
The two look similar because elementary forked Pantheon Files from Marlin in 2012 after the lead dev lost interest in the project. The dev posted in May 2013 that the two were indistinguishable apart from some text changes and the removal of settings. (The dev had other thoughts on the politics of the project.) The Marlin project was last updated a month ...