Boston Summit 2015 to be held 10-12 October

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Boston Summit is GNOME's annual event in North America. It is held every year on the Columbus Day weekend, and is an informal opportunity for contributors, enthusiasts and newcomers to get together. Previous summits have included planning meetings, tutorials for newcomers, hacking sessions, hardware testing, and more. There is also typically a…

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Thanks, Gothenburg!

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GUADEC is the GNOME project's primary annual event, held every year in a different European city. This year, it was the turn of Gothenburg, Sweden. The conference brought together contributors, enthusiasts and partners from around the world for three days of talks, followed by three days of workshops (called "Birds of a…

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Call for GNOME.Asia Summit 2016 Host Proposals

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The GNOME.Asia Committee is inviting interested parties to submit proposals for hosting GNOME.Asia Summit during the 2nd quarter of 2016. GNOME.Asia Summit is the annual GNOME Conference in Asia. The event focuses primarily on the GNOME desktop, but also covers applications and the development platform tools. It brings together the GNOME community…

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West Coast Summit 2015 concludes

After three intensive days, West Coast Summit 2015 has concluded in San Francisco. The summit gathered core GNOME contributors and Endless employees, as well as elementary OS contributors. Topics that were covered during the summit included: Application sandboxing and xdg-app Application development and Builder GTK+ and multi-touch App stores and AppStream Mutter (Screen rotation)…

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GNOME.Asia Summit 2015 concludes

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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…

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