• March 11, 2014 GNOME.Asia Summit 2014 T-shirt Contest

    GNOME.Asia Summit 2014 will be held in Beijing, China in May 24-25, 2014.  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 March 31st, 2014. Voting will begin April 1st and run through April […]

  • February 24, 2014 GNOME contributor Allan Day in shortlist of award nominees

    The GNOME Foundation congratulates Allan Day on being included in the shortlist of candidates being considered for the individual category of the UK Open Source Awards for his “positive impact on Open Source software in the UK.” Allan won the prestigious annual award for key contributor in the GNOME community last year at GUADEC in […]

  • February 21, 2014 Pitivi launches GNOME-hosted fundraising campaign

    GNOME is pleased to announce that it is hosting a fundraising campaign for Pitivi. Their fundraising page launched today, with a video explaining the campaign (which was made with Pitivi). As they say in their announcement: Free and Open Source video editing is something that can help make the world a better place, as it […]

  • February 20, 2014 GNOME.Asia Summit 2014 is now Calling for Papers

    GNOME.Asia Summit 2014 invites proposals for presentations at the conference. GNOME.Asia Summit is Asia’s GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia. The conference will be held in BeiHang University, Beijing, China on May 24 -25, 2014.  The conference follows the release of GNOME 3.12, helping to bring new desktop paradigms […]

  • January 31, 2014 GNOME Documentation Hackfest Concludes in Norwich, UK

    The GNOME Documentation Team met in Norwich, UK, this week for a five day hackfest. Held from January 26 to January 30, the event was hosted at the University of East Anglia’s School of Computer Science. The hackfest was very successful, and included fifteen attendees as well as five remote participants. The team used the […]

  • December 10, 2013 WebKitGTK+ Hackfest Underway in A Coruña

    The annual WebKitGTK+ hackfest is currently underway in A Coruña, Spain. Going into its fifth year, 2013’s event is the biggest so far, including an unprecedented 30 participants. The four day event is focusing on everything web in GNOME and GTK+. WebKitGTK+ developer Claudio Saavedra reports that multiple web processes and user interface improvements to […]

  • October 11, 2013 GNOME Montréal Summit Starts Tomorrow

    The annual GNOME summit starts tomorrow. Contributors are gathering from around the world for four days of discussion and working sessions. Scheduled topics include Wayland, Boxes, and the GNOME continuous build system. Traditionally held in Boston, this is the 13th GNOME summit, and the second to be held in Montréal. The summit is an informal […]

  • October 8, 2013 GUADEC Keynote speakers: Matt Dalio

    The life of Matt Dalio changed when, at very young age, he lived for a year in Beijing, China.There he was able to discover difficulties suffered by many children, many of which were orphans. Starting from this experience Matt decide to start the China Care Foundation an association that has raised over $14 million to provide support […]

  • September 25, 2013 GNOME 3.10 Released!

    The latest update to GNOME 3, version 3.10, has been released. This release comes six months after the previous version, and includes new features, new applications, and many improvements. Introducing the release, Allan Day (GNOME Design Team) said, ‟GNOME 3.10 is a significant upgrade for our users, and developers will benefit from new features in […]

  • GNOME Foundation Announces GNOME 3.10

    Orinda, CA– The GNOME Project is proud to release GNOME 3.10 today. The latest milestone release in the GNOME 3 series includes many new features, applications and bug fixes, as well as enhancements and updates to many existing applications. “Days before the GNU System’s 30th birthday, the GNOME 3.10 release exemplifies what GNU is about […]