Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Aug 2007 01:07 UTC
Gnome "It seems like just yesterday that the GNOME Project got its start, but actually it was a decade ago that Miguel de Icaza got the ball rolling. While de Icaza has largely focused his time on Mono recently, the GNOME community has kept making progress. To get some perspective on GNOME's history, I spoke to de Icaza and longtime GNOME contributor and GNOME Foundation board member Jeff Waugh."
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RE[2]: GNOME pre 2.0
by marpaco on Thu 30th Aug 2007 00:07 UTC in reply to "RE: GNOME pre 2.0"
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Also, Miguel started work on Gnumeric and founded Ximian, that delivered Evolution (too bad it is not yet available under Windows.)

I use Evolution for Windows ;)

Miguel de Icaza, Nat Friedman and many other in the Ximian/Novell team contributed tremendously to GNOME 2.0 and more important, they still continue to incubate developers and ideas that are eventually folded in every new release of GNOME.

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