Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 24th Jun 2007 22:00 UTC, submitted by Lucas Rocha
Gnome The latest issue of the GNOME Journal has just been published. It features an article about GStreamer audio effects, an interview with Ken VanDine about GNOME 2.18 Live Media releases, an introduction to Accerciser, and a summary of GNOME.conf.au 2007. Writers in this edition are Stefan Kost, Paul Cutler, Eitan Isaacson, and Davyd Madeley, respectively.
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Lambda
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2006-07-28

I suppose it will just take something more exciting happening in the Gnome world for perhaps a couple of people to get excited about writing more news happenings.


You're not a KDE developer, but you have an unhealthy attachment to KDE, where no matter what, you can't help but to express your bitterness. There's probably fanboy support groups that can help you with your problem.

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segedunum Member since:
2005-07-06

You're not a KDE developer, but you have an unhealthy attachment to KDE, where no matter what, you can't help but to express your bitterness. There's probably fanboy supp........................

Whatever sweetheart. I very rarely comment on Gnome threads actually, so it just shows where you and a lot of others comment and where you get that perception from ;-).

The fact is that, from where an awful lot of people sit, there just doesn't seem to be an awful lot happening with Gnome on a daily, commit by commit, basis. There's no detailed commit digest, no detailed description of what is being committed, nothing really to get very excited about, no Gnome 3.0 anywhere on the horizon and the whole thing seems to have got diluted by many core developers having diverging corporate interests. As a community, it just seems to lack.........cohesion.

I don't think anyone is remiss in pointing that out and commenting on it. Sorry, if you feel upset. Maybe you can get some help for that and contribute usefully to the discussion and points raised?

Edited 2007-06-27 19:37

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