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GNOME 2.12 released

Today, the GNOME Project celebrates the release of GNOME 2.12, the latest version of the popular, multi-platform Free desktop environment. Released on schedule, to the day, it is the culmination of six months... More...

GNOME 2.7.2 Development

GNOME project has built a complete free and easy-to-use desktop environment for the user, as well as a powerful application framework for the software developer. GNOME is included in pretty much every BSD and GNU/Linux... More...

Server breach likely to delay Gnome

The Gnome Project said Tuesday that its servers have apparently been breached, potentially delaying the latest release of its desktop system for Linux. In a e-mail alert sent Tuesday, the managers of... More...

GNOME 2.5.0

GNOME 2.5.0 GNOME project has built a complete free and easy-to-use desktop environment for the user, as well as a powerful application framework for the software developer. GNOME is included in... More...

GNOME 2.0 Desktop Released

Thanks to SYBOLD for the heads up. The GNOME Foundation today released version 2.0 of the GNOME Desktop and Developer Platform at the Ottawa Linux Symposium. With the inclusion of GNOME 2.0... More...

GNOME 2.0 Desktop RC2

A number of release critical issues were resolved after Release Candidate 1, so to ensure adequate testing and review before GNOME 2.0 Desktop Final, we've made a second release candidate for wider testing. RC2 should... More...

Gnome 2.0 RC1

If you, like thousands of other linux users use Gnome, then you'll be excited to read here that Gnome 2.0 RC1 has been released! The links below provide a vast wealth of information; also, it... More...

GNOME 2.0 Beta

The first public beta release of the GNOME 2.0 Desktop is ready for your testing pleasure! It is available for immediate download. Please read the release notes first! Due for general consumption in March, the... More...

Gnome answers MS Cleartype(TM)

Well, almost.. McVeigh revels in this posting at Gnotices site which reads: "GDKFXT transparently adds anti-aliased font support to GTK+-1.2. Once you have installed it, you can run any (well, nearly any) existing GTK+ binary... More...

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