May 9, 2013
GNOME.Asia Summit 2013 - Registration now open
The registration for the GNOME.Asia Summit 2013 is now open! If you plan to attend, please register online. We will have nice t-shirts and given the amount of people already registered, a lot of fun. We welcome you to join our premier conference in Asia and hope that you will enjoy the schedule.
April 17, 2013
Report from the Freedesktop Summit
During the week of 8 April 2013, developers from the KDE, GNOME, Unity and Razor-qt projects met at the SUSE offices in Nürnberg to improve collaboration between the projects by discussing specifications. A wide range of topics was covered. There was agreement on a specification for a D-Bus interface to be implemented by applications. Pending [...]
April 10, 2013
The GNOME.Asia Summit 2013 T-shirt Contest
GNOME.Asia Summit 2013 will be held in Seoul, Korea in May 24-25, 2013. We are looking for YOUR help to design t-shirts for this year’s Summit. We need two new shirt designs, one for participants and another for volunteers. The contest is open from now until April 19th, 2013. Voting will begin April 20 and [...]
March 27, 2013
GNOME 3.8 Released
The GNOME Project has officially released GNOME 3.8 today. This latest version of GNOME 3 delivers major new features, a brand new application and a host of smaller bug fixes and enhancements. Speaking on behalf of the GNOME Release Team, Matthias Clasen said, “We are excited to release this latest version of GNOME 3. It [...]
GNOME Community releases GNOME 3.8.
Groton, MA – March 27, 2013. The GNOME Community is proud to announce the release of GNOME 3.8, the latest update of the free software desktop environment and developer platform, which continues to refine and redefine the concept of the user experience. Easy to use and incredibly powerful, GNOME delivers amazing performance, stunning graphics and [...]
March 26, 2013
In memory of Malcolmn Tredinnick
GNOME lost an old friend last week. Malcolmn Tredinnick passed away on Sunday, March 17. Malcolm was probably best known for his work on Django, but before his work with Django, he was a member of the GNOME community. He made contributions across the entire GNOME project, and he served a year on the GNOME [...]
March 19, 2013
GNOME 3.8 - Jon McCann talks of future in GNOME
The GNOME Project is proud to announce the imminent release of GNOME 3.8 in less than two weeks. As with every release, there are many new features and technical improvements. We asked William Jon McCann, a GNOME designer, about the direction of the project and what he is anticipating for GNOME in the future. Question: [...]
March 5, 2013
Behind the scene: Andrea Veri is new GNOME part-time SysAdmin.
Behind the scenes: Andrea Veri, the new GNOME part-time System Administrator. Some days ago Andrea Veri was chosen by the GNOME Foundation to support and maintain GNOME’s IT infrastructure. His hiring comes at the end of a journey, during which Andrea has shown his technical abilities and passion for GNOME, and could be considered a sort of acknowledgement [...]
March 4, 2013
GNOME.Asia 2013 is now Calling for Papers
GNOME.Asia 2013 is calling for papers. GNOME.Asia Summit is Asia’s GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia. The conference will be held in NIPA Business Center, Sangam-dong Seoul, Korea on May 24 -25, 2013. The conference follows the release of GNOME 3.8, helping to bring new desktop paradigms that facilitate [...]
February 1, 2013
Call for Bids for GNOME Accessibility Work!
Following our fund raising campaign through Friends of GNOME, and with the help of Mozilla, the GNOME Foundation is looking for developers to enhance the accessibility of documents within GNOME. Knowledge of the GNOME development process will be required to carry out the work. The tasks should be set out in each of the bids, [...]