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  • June 11, 2015 Students are busy improving GNOME this summer

    GNOME is once again participating as a mentoring organization in Google of Summer Code (GSoC), which provides stipends for students to work on Free Software projects over the summer. GSoC students will work on many improvements to GNOME, including: an image viewing widget for GTK+, additional event sources for GNOME Shell’s time and date menu […]

  • May 28, 2015 Goodbye Marco

    The GNOME project is sad to have learnt that Marco Pesenti Gritti recently passed away after a long fight with cancer. Marco made major contributions to GNOME, having been the original author of both the Epiphany (also known as “Web”) browser and Evince, the GNOME PDF reader. Besides his significant contributions and technical ability, Marco […]

  • May 15, 2015 Pictures from GNOME.Asia Summit 2015

    Last week GNOME.Asia Summit 2015 concluded in Depok, Indonesia. We now have a gallery with pictures from the Summit to share. Again, many thanks to everyone (including sponsors) who made the 2015 Summit possible! With pictures like these its easy to feel optimistic about GNOME’s future in Asia. Photo license note: CC BY-NC 2.0 by […]

  • May 10, 2015 GNOME.Asia Summit 2015 concludes

    After three intensive days the GNOME.Asia Summit 2015 have concluded in Depok, Indonesia. The 2015 Summit started off with a series of workshops with a focus on how to start contribute to GNOME. The second day included presentations about about Bug Triaging (Andre Klapper), Application Sandboxing (David King) and Using GStreamer in GNOME Apps (Nirbheek […]

  • May 7, 2015 GNOME.Asia Summit 2015 has started

    The 2015 Edition of the GNOME Asia Summit that is taking place in Depok, Indonesia started today. GNOME Asia Summit 2015 promises several days of learning, community building and fun. In addition to the many local speakers, several established contributers including Tobias Muller, David King and Ekaterina Gerasimova participate. The Summit covers a wide range of […]

  • March 25, 2015 GNOME 3.16 Released

    The GNOME project has released GNOME 3.16, the latest version of GNOME 3. The new version is the result of six months work, and includes 33,525 changes by 1043 authors. Speaking on behalf of the Release Team, Javier Jardón said: “It’s great to see the fantastic results of our hard work, and it goes without […]

  • GNOME 3.16 Released

    Orinda, CA– The GNOME Project is proud to announce the release of GNOME 3.16 today, the result of six months work, which includes 33,525 changes by 1043 authors. GNOME 3.16 brings a brand new notification system in response to the feedback of enthusiastic GNOME users. GNOME 3’s visuals have also received a refresh, and its […]

  • March 16, 2015 GNOME supports GPL compliance through VMware suit

    The GNOME Foundation supports the Software Freedom Conservancy in its efforts to ensure compliance with the GNU General Public License (GPL) through Christoph Hellwig’s lawsuit against VMware. Like the Linux kernel, the GNOME Project chooses the GPL (as well as the LGPL) to license our software. Working in Free Software is a collaborative effort where […]

  • February 16, 2015 GUADEC 2015 to happen from August 7 – 9 in Gothenburg, Sweden

    We’re happy to announce that the 2015 edition of GUADEC will be held in Gothenburg, Sweden from August 7 – 9, at Folkets Hus conference center. Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden, located on the Swedish west coast. The city has a rich history in naval and automotive industries, and these days is […]

  • February 4, 2015 Outreach Program to Join Conservancy from GNOME; Program Renames to Outreachy

    Software Freedom Conservancy and the GNOME Foundation together announce that the Free and Open Source Software Outreach Program is moving from GNOME to Conservancy. As Karen Sandler, Executive Director of Conservancy and co-organizer of the Outreach Program, announced in her keynote at FOSDEM this weekend, the program will be rebranding as part of the transition […]