Máirín Duffy has done 2 iterations of branding ideas, so here is another one from me covering a slightly different initial pass. This time, simple lines and a lot less curves on everything but the cloud.
Corebird upstream has released version 0.7 of their awesome twitter client.
Please test and add karma to the Fedora package here:
Birdie — another GNOME twitter client — is in the process of being added to Fedora. It is currently on its way to updates-testing for Fedora 20, so please test and add karma!
The birdie upstream actually creates Fedora RPMS, but once it is in Fedora proper, you will be able to install it and use it without having to enable an external repo!
I hate having more that one chat/IM/IRC client, but also not a fan of how the IM clients (Pidgin / Empathy) do IRC.So I use bitlbee to connect to my IM services and forward all my IM accounts straight through to my IRC client. Bitlbee can make each IM account look like a IRC room, and the userlist is all your IM contacts.
Key Mon is a utility that displays your keyboard and mouse status on the screen. It is especially helpful to visualize keypresses and mouse clicks on the screen when screencasting. (like the following example of a quick Inkscape screencast):
UPDATE: Corebird 0.6.1 is now in the stable Fedora 20 repos.
corebird is now in Fedora proper!
If you want to try out this fantastic GTK3+ twitter client, install from the commandline with yum install corebird or search for it in the new gnome-software application in Fedora 20. (note that corebird won’t appear in gnome-software until the appstream metadata for fedora is updated, and not sure how long until that happens)