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  • July 12, 2018 GUADEC 2018 concludes

    After a few intensive days GUADEC 2018 have concluded in Almeria, Spain. GUADEC 2018 included many talks, a lot of fun, intensive hacking and discussions. The foundation wants to thank the participants, the organizers and sponsors all who helped make the conference possible. The results of the conference is expected to greatly benefit the foundation […]

  • July 7, 2018 GUADEC 2018 has started in Almeria Spain

    GUADEC, the largest annual gathering of GNOME users and developers, has now started in the lovely city of Almería, Spain. GUADEC 2018 will feature talks on a wide range of subjects relevant to GNOME. In addition to the talks, hackfests, workshops, and birds of a feather (BOF’s) sessions will follow after the core conference days. Community members […]

  • July 6, 2018 GNOME Foundation opens recruitment for further expansion

    Orinda, CA. Today, July 6th 2018, the GNOME Foundation has announced a number of positions it is recruiting for to help drive the GNOME project and Free Software on the desktop. As previously announced, this has been made possible thanks to a generous grant that the Foundation has received, enabling us to accelerate this expansion. […]

  • June 27, 2018 Call for Participation – Libre Application Summit hosted by GNOME – Sept 6 – 9th 2018

    Call for Participation in the Libre Application Summit 2018 Presented by the GNOME Foundation Denver, CO. The GNOME Foundation is pleased to announce the Call for Participation in the 2018 Libre Application Summit (LAS). The conference will be held from September 6th – 9th in Denver, Colorado, and brings together developers, entrepreneurs, and free and […]

  • June 26, 2018 GNOME collaboration with Mozilla OSSN

    The GNOME Foundation is pleased to announce a new collaboration with the Mozilla Open Source Student Network (OSSN) on a pilot program that aims to bridge the divide between university students and Open Source Software projects. This program seeks to identify and correct what have historically been the major barriers to engagement within the university […]

  • June 8, 2018 Registration to GUADEC 2018 is now open

    The GUADEC organizers are pleased to announce that the registration for GUADEC 2018 is now open. GUADEC  is the the largest annual gathering of GNOME developers and community members and will take place this year in Almería, Spain between July 6 – July 11. If you are planning to attend please register as soon as possible. Parties with […]

  • May 31, 2018 GNOME moves to Gitlab

    The GNOME Foundation is proud to announce that it has completed its move to GitLab. This is a huge milestone for the GNOME Project as it continues to improve its workflows and tools in order to support its growth and collaborate more with other free software communities. After the evaluation of many tools, the GNOME […]

  • May 25, 2018 Anonymous Donor Pledges $1M Donation Over Two Years

    GNOME Foundation plans to invest in growth Orinda, CA. An anonymous donor has pledged to donate up to $1,000,000 over the next two years, some of which will be matching funds. The GNOME Foundation is grateful for this donation and plans on using these funds to increase staff to streamline operations and to grow its […]

  • May 8, 2018 Announcing the GNOME internship program

    The GNOME Foundation is proud to announce the creation of a new GNOME internship program matching strategic projects and valuable contributors, available from today to all who are interested! The goal of the GNOME internship program is to bring development towards topics that are critical to further GNOME goals. To achieve such important tasks, software engineering […]

  • May 1, 2018 Students to work on improving GNOME this Summer

    16 students will work to improve GNOME through the Google Summer of Code program this summer. The students will work on a range of projects improving GNOME technologies and popular applications. Examples of include, a GTK4 port of Nautilus, improvements to GNOME Games , Pitivi UI polishing, GJS examples tutorials, improvements to Logs and more. […]