GNOME Partners with the Open Source Consortium

19 May, 2005 - The GNOME Foundation, a leading open source organization and the provider of the GNOME desktop environment and the GNOME development platform, is partnering with the Open Source Consortium (OSC), the independent voice of the Open Source business community in Europe. GNOME will join OSC's Community Advisory Board, and…

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GUADEC 6 Announces Speakers for Stuttgart

The world's largest open source desktop event to highlight multimedia, business and government deployments. BOSTON, Mass. - 11 March, 2005 - The sixth annual GNOME User and Developer European Conference (GUADEC), announced its program slate for GUADEC, which will be held in Stuttgart, Germany May 29-31, 2005. The high-level conference has lined…

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GNOME 2.10 released!

New version of the popular, multi-platform desktop environment offers greater ease and convenience. BOSTON, Mass - March 9, 2005 - The GNOME Project today released the latest version of the GNOME Desktop and Developer Platform, the leading desktop for Linux and Unix operating systems. Version 2.10 improves the usability, stability, and power…

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Simultaneous conferences discuss the GNOME Desktop in Brazil and Spain

Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil - November 13, 2004 - Software developers, government leaders, university students and professors gathered in the south of Brazil this week to discuss the GNOME desktop. The two day GNOME Forum opened yesterday on the border of Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil where open source and free software personalities…

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GNOME 2.8 released!

BOSTON, Mass - September 15, 2004 - The GNOME Foundation today released the latest version of the GNOME Desktop and Developer Platform. Version 2.8 adds greater usability, speed and better internationalization to the desktop environment. "Once again, GNOME has delivered more features and usability, on a predictable schedule," said Nat Friedman, GNOME…

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International Free Software conference & Rock’n Roll in Norway

Kristiansand, Norway - June 29, 2004 The open source community is gathering in Kristiansand for three days to exchange ideas and enjoy Rock'n Roll. This year's GNOME Users and Developers European Conference is the most international in five years. Delegates from Brazil, Chile, China, Japan and Peru join the many European and…

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GUADEC 2004 Announces International Slate of Speakers

GUADEC 2004 Announces International Slate of Speakers. No. 1 European open source desktop event will draw worldwide attendees. Boston, Mass - May 6, 2004 - Hundreds of software developers, enterprise and government leaders will gather on the coast of Norway to discuss the rapid adoption of the world's most popular open source…

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No Starch Press releases The Official GNOME 2 Developer’s Guide

San Francisco, CA - April 16, 2004 - An increasing number of developers worldwide are interested in GNOME, the user-friendly GUI and desktop development platform for UNIX and Linux. However, the development documentation for GNOME, while voluminous, is intimidating to a developer not wholly familiar with the GNOME development process. To help…

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GUADEC 2004 slated for Norway

The fifth annual GNOME User and Developer European Conference (GUADEC) will draw businesses, government, education and end users to Kristiansand BOSTON, Mass. - 3 November, 2003 - The fifth annual GNOME User and Developer European Conference (GUADEC), will bring developers, GNOME Foundation leaders and individual, business and government GNOME and open source…

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