GNOME 3 Improved and Refined with the Release of GNOME 3.2

Groton, MA, September 28 2011: Today, the GNOME Desktop project released GNOME 3.2, the first follow-up release to its ground-breaking GNOME 3.0. With GNOME 3, GNOME undertook a major redesign and reimagined the user interface for the next generation of the desktop. From 3.2, GNOME is refining the project and starting to…

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Karen Sandler Named New Executive Director of the GNOME Foundation

June 21, 2011: The GNOME Foundation today announced that it has appointed Karen Sandler as Executive Director. Sandler's dedication to software freedom, her non-profits experience and her involvement in a wide range of free and open source software communities distinguish her as the logical choice for GNOME. "I'm very excited that Karen…

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After a Successful First Round, GNOME Project Announces new Outreach Program for Women Interns

April 26, 2011 — BOSTON, Mass. — The GNOME 3.0 release has far more contributions by women than any previous release in GNOME history. This is largely thanks to the hard work of the first round of the Outreach Program for Women interns, who participated in the program from December 15, 2010…

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GNOME Project Announces Outreach Program for Women Interns

November 5, 2010 — BOSTON, Mass. — The GNOME project is proud to announce the participants of the Outreach Program for Women internships. Thanks to generous sponsors, Google, Collabora and the GNOME Foundation, GNOME was able to accept eight really strong candidates. These eight women from North America, South America and Asia…

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GNOME Project Receives $15,000 for Accessibility Work

October 25, 2010 — BOSTON, Mass. — The GNOME Project has received two grants for a total of $15,000 from Mozilla and from the F123.org-Mais Diferenças partnership for accessibility work. Mozilla has once again stepped up to support GNOME accessibility (a11y) work with a $10,000 grant. The F123-Mais Diferenças partnership has awarded…

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Desktop Summit 2011 to be held in Berlin, Germany August 6th – 12th 2011

Berlin, 6th October, 2010 - The Desktop Summit is a co-located event which features the yearly contributor conferences of the GNOME and KDE communities, GUADEC and Akademy. Next year the conference will take place from 6 to 12 August, 2011 in Berlin at the Humboldt University in Unter den Linden. The event…

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