GNOME lovers, loving GNOME

I’m looking for photos of GNOME lovers, loving GNOME. I have a bunch of great photos of GNOME in use at telecentres, schools and so on. Most include the happy faces of GNOME users enjoying freedom. But I need more!

So if you have cool photos of users enjoying GNOME in “the real world” — not your computer room! — please post URLs in the comments, or email me. The photos will be used at GUADEC, for great justice.

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9 Responses to GNOME lovers, loving GNOME

  1. Davyd says:

    What sort of photos do you want? I’m going to take some at work next week.

  2. jdub says:

    Basically group photos with GNOME involved, or pictures of culturally interesting uses of GNOME (telecentres, education buses, etc).

  3. Juanjo Marín says:

    Maybe you like any of these photographs from Spanish learning center in small villages of Extremadura and Andalusia

    A) Extremadura (with GNU/LinEx)

    http://cvs.gnome.org/viewcvs/livecd-project/locales/en_US/home/Desktop/Images%20from%20GNOME%20community%20events/satisfied%20gnome%20users%20in%20extremadura%20spain.jpg?rev=1.2&view=markup

    A.1)LinEx en Perú

    http://www.diegothomson.edu.pe/LinEx_en_el_Diego_Thomson.html

    B) Andalucia (with Guadalinex)

    http://www.guadalinfo.net/media/3/3860.jpg
    http://www.guadalinfo.net/media/4/4657.jpg
    http://www.guadalinfo.net/media/10/10161.jpg
    http://www.guadalinfo.net/media/2/2246.jpg

    teachers learning Guadalinex

    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipvcentenario/visita_coord_vc/IM000014.JPG
    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipvcentenario/visita_coord_vc/IM000020.JPG

    teachers and students with Guadalinex in the schools open doors day
    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipjosenogales/images4/puertas-5.jpg
    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipjosenogales/images4/puertas-8m.jpg
    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipjosenogales/images4/puertas-9m.jpg

    children with Guadalinex

    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipjosenogales/images4/juanrjimenez%20027m.jpg
    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipjosenogales/fotografias/talleres/images/DSC00037_jpg.jpg
    http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceipjosenogales/fotografias/talleres/images/DSC00120_jpg.jpg
    http://www.iesaverroes.org/upload/img/aula_tic.jpg

    C) And finally, on this link you can find a lot of pics of people learning with GNU/Linux

    http://www.educalibre.cl/

  4. Juanjo Marín says:

    Sorry, some pics are very small. Try to see them without the final m (eg. puertas-8m.jpg –> puertas-8.jpg)

  5. Juanjo Marín says:

    I’m dumb. I wanted to say parents and childens with Guadalinex in the school’s open doors day not “teachers and students”

  6. tm says:

    Not sure if this fits, but here is one of gnome 2.14 party photos from the 3rd world country named latvia :)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/toms/113227856/in/set-72057594083265020/

  7. A. Gered says:

    Maybe I will seem like some party crasher, but why don’t take pictures of (even happier) KDE-users? Your blog-post is published on planet.ubuntu after all.

    On a sidenote (and for all the GNOME lovers): I actually started to like GNOME since Dapper. Orange is cool (well, they’ve reverted since Flight 6) but I still prefer network-manager and disk-manager to kcontrol.

    Still I think it was better to have a bunch of GNOME/ubuntu-devs working on portland rather than GNOME.

  8. pirast says:

    im currently setting up an internet cafe with edubuntu, ill take some photos when its done..

  9. jdub says:

    Maybe I will seem like some party crasher, but why don’t take pictures of (even happier) KDE-users?

    … because I was collecting pictures of GNOME users for a talk about GNOME at a GNOME event.

    Still I think it was better to have a bunch of GNOME/ubuntu-devs working on portland rather than GNOME.

    Dude, seriously — Portland, right now, is a bunch of shell scripts that wrap GNOME and KDE tools. It is not a new desktop environment, it is not a fully functional API unto itself. There is nothing to do, and ultimately no point “working on Portland rather than GNOME”.

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