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[News] GNOME Desktop Environment Starts Quarterly Reports

  • Subject: [News] GNOME Desktop Environment Starts Quarterly Reports
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 11:02:58 +0100
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GNOME Foundation releases first quarterly report

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| The GNOME Foundation, which coordinates development of the 
| GNOME platform, has announced the release of its first 
| quarterly reportPDF. The Q2 2009 Quarterly report spans June, 
| July and August and covers several topics, including the 
| projects migration to the Git version control systems (VCS).



GNOME 2.28.0 Release Candidate (2.27.92) Released!

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| We're a few days before the hard code freeze for 2.28.0, and having tried 2.27.92,
| I think we have something good there. Actually, better than just good. But well, we
| still have a few days to fix this pet bug that annoys so many people -- I even
| heard that, in case you'd be a bit late, some release team people can give +1 to
| freeze break requests if you have the right arguments. And food is always a good
| argument. But I can't tell who those people are. Or maybe I can, if you have the
| right arguments...


I got your latest GNOME right here!

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| Just wanted to re-enforce what Zhang said earlier today about the bleeding
| edge GNOME Developerâs Kit, now with extra sauce!
| What is it? It is a continuous build of GNOME packages all bundled up into a
| distribution (in this case, Foresight Linux) and distributed in a few
| different formats, such as ISO and VMware.


GNOME 2.27.5 released!

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| Wow, it's quite hot here. Sure, the temperature outside is high, but I guess
| it's also because of this computer who worked hard to understand some lines
| of code and to translate them into something that it can then use to make me
| happy. Yes. Because running GNOME makes me happy! And the 2.27.5 release is
| no exception there: it has this magic power on me. It's a good release to get
| a first feeling of what will be in GNOME 2.28, with the new modules now being
| integrated and new features popping here and there, in many differents
| modules. Ah, if only it could do something for the temperature ;-)

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