Monthly Archives: June 2005
Paul Thurrott writes about Ubuntu and GNOME: “Ubuntu is based on the GNOME desktop environment, which happens to be my favorite. [...] The bundled applications are excellent and well chosen. [...] Now, couple those basic needs with the uncluttered simplicity … Continue reading
The time for freescreensaver  is now!  A non-existant but possibly extremely useful freedesktop.org defined screensaver standard built around a more flexible code and maintainership fork of Xscreensaver. Update: Amusing Eugenia moment in Jeremy Zawodny’s blog entry about this.
Wow, so that was quick! Yavor Doganov let me know all about gnome.cult.bg and the GNOME lovers in Bulgaria! You’ve blogged about gnome.cult.bg today – let me explain you what it is. In the past 18 months the GNOME Bulgarian … Continue reading
Is gnome.cult.bg a little GNOME community that we don’t know enough about? Please join marketing-list and let us know what you’re up to! The front page looks suspiciously like a team blog or aggregate – perhaps it should be linked … Continue reading
Lots of things going on in Planet GNOME land recently. Steve Garrity provided a very sexy update to Seth and Diana’s speech-balloon concept. It makes Planet GNOME a delight to read all over again. More tweaks on the way. Thanks, … Continue reading