The seventh round of Gnome Women Outreach Program has opened for applications!
This year’s Gnome conference is approaching soon and the schedule looks exciting!
Gnome Asia 2013 took place in Seoul at 24 and 25 of May, so here are some photographs
This year’s conference for GNOME users and developers in Asia is less than a month away!
FOSDEM (Free and Open source Software Developers’ European Meeting) is a non-commercial, volunteer organized European event centered around free and open source software development that is held every year since 2003. This time it will bring together over 5000 hackers from around the world in Brussels on 2 and 3 of February, and Gnome is […]
Gnome Asia is the GUADEC equivalent for the Asian Gnome developers and contributors. It is a first class chance for Asian Gnome lovers to meet, discuss the past and future of our favorite desktop environment, collaborate and invigorate the local communities. The 2013 event is going to take place on South Korea’s capital that is […]
MonkeySpace, formerly known as Monospace, which is the official cross platform and open-source .NET conference took place in Boston a few days ago, and at the same time we had the release of Mono 3.0! Why are the Mono development tools important for us Gnome users? Tomboy, Banshee, F-Spot, GBrainy and Gnome Do are some […]
Gnome Boston Summit 2012 is once again, a first-class change for developers to meet, discuss ideas and work together on their projects. Newcomers can hop right in their projects of interest, meeting the people behind them and learn more about using the technologies used. The event will be held from 6 to 8 of October, […]
As it always happens when a new Gnome version is released, people around the world gather to celebrate the new version drinking beers and talking about how cool the new features are, meeting other Gnome users in their area and socializing in general. The gatherings have already started organizing and since we are 10 days […]
The GStreamer Conference ended almost two weeks ago but the talks were released today from Ubicast. Since GStreamer 1.0 was round the corner at the time, a lot of interesting things were presented and discussed about the past, present and future of the project.
Many like to say that Gnome developers aren’t listening to the users, or simply don’t care about the user’s opinion at all, but another example is coming to contradict this. In the context of the openSUSE summit that will take place from 21 to 23 of September, a team of Gnome developers will find some […]
For the third consecutive year there will be a GStreamer Conference, and this time it will take place on San Diego, USA! The event will last for two days, from August 28 to 29, and it will be held at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina.
It is true that Gnome scientists work secretly many meters under the ground in mysterious projects under the protection of evil and powerful Red Umbrella Corporation. They share no information about their future plans and communication is closed. Milla Jovovich a soldier and activist of Free Software tried and succeed to expose their plans and she shares them […]
The Gnome Boston Summit 2012 will be a three day hackfest that will take place on MIT Cambridge from October 6, till October 8. The summit will be sponsored by Red Hat and is open for both developers and contributors and will offer a unique opportunity for everyone to meet each other, work together, discuss […]
Joone Hur has been organizing some very interesting Gnome tech talks every month since January 2012, aiming to introduce Gnome technology to the community members. These talks are in Korean so you won’t be able to understand anything unless you speak Korean, but you can see some of the slides to get the idea in […]
This year’s GUADEC is now over and everyone lucky enough to be there agrees that it was a big success. Here is an article with a selection of photographs from the conference (except for the first day). If you want to see the photographs from the first day of GUADEC 2012 check our previous article.
This year’s GUADEC (GNOME Users And Developers’ European Conference) has started yesterday and the pictures from the first day of the event have been uploaded. Here is a selection of the first day’s highlights!
A month ago we informed you of this year’s A Coruña UX Hackfest 2012 that would take place 2 days before the GUADEC beginning. This was a small event that aimed on bringing together designers and developers who are working on a number of priority features for the GNOME 3.6 release.
Just 50 meters away from the venue that this year’s GUADEC will take place, hackers will battle each other in Football, Basketball and Volleyball at Saturday, the 28 of June. Everyone is invited to join this year’s GNOME Olympics as a player, or as a member of the crowd!
We are almost two weeks away from the beginning of this year’s GNOME Users And Developers’ European Conference, and the program that was published today will surely infuse enthusiasm to every GNOME user heart.