Google does things so easy :)
The end of this year’s Google Summer of Code has come and the work results of students and their mentors are simply amazing!
GSoC 2013 will improve Gnome in 32 exciting new ways!
One of the most controversial features that is being discussed since Gnome Shell 3.4 is back again…
Go is the 3 years old open source programming language from Google, and only the “Google” word makes it interesting. Go-GTK are the Go bindings to GTK from Mattn.
GNOME members launched a GNOME Community on Google Plus! They started it two days ago, and it counts 93 members. Current moderators are Allan Day, Sriram Ramkrisha and William Jon McCann.
More than two months ago, we took a look on the 29 new things that this Google summer of code would bring to the Gnome desktop environment and its various components. Today it is the “pencils down” for everyone as we finally reached the end of this magnificent program. Interns and mentors have done a […]
Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. The applications have been evaluated and the accepted work proposals have been announced so the work has already begun! Let’s take a look on the 29 things that GNOME users should care about.
Google runs a nice project mostly useful for web-developers that want to use unique fonts on their pages that will run in every user-box. Many people ignore this and they just go with the typical Arial, Serif etc. Anyway, the great thing is that we can use these fonts into GNOME in a matter of […]