This year's GNOME Boston Summit will be held at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Columbus Day Weekend (6th - 8th October), at the MIT Tang Center.
The Boston Summit is a three-day event for GNOME developers and contributors. Unlike traditional conferences, Boston Summit is all about getting developers together and getting things done.
The latest GNOME Journal has hit the streets. Issue 18, published on February 5, is a special edition focusing on multimedia, and a wrap-up of the GNOME Boston Summit by Jason Clinton. Four articles are by first time GNOME Journal contributors!
BOSTON, March 16, 2010 -- Following the successful Gran Canaria
Desktop Summit in 2009, the GNOME Foundation and KDE e.V. Boards have
decided to co-locate their flagship conferences once again in 2011,
and are taking bids to host the combined event.
The annual GNOME summit starts tomorrow. Contributors are gathering from around the world for four days of discussion and working sessions. Scheduled topics include Wayland, Boxes, and the GNOME continuous build system.
Traditionally held in Boston, this is the 13th GNOME summit, and the second to be held in Montréal.
The summit is an informal event and everyone is welcome.
The second GNOME.Asia Summit will be held in Ho-Chi-Minh City, Vietnam, from 20-22 November, 2009. The GNOME.Asia Summit is an exciting event gathering many contributors from the free and open source desktop communities, bringing together the Asian community, and providing a
The GNOME.Asia Committee is inviting proposals to host the GNOME.Asia Summit during the 2nd quarter of 2013. The GNOME.Asia Summit is the featured annual GNOME Conference in Asia. The event focuses primarily on the GNOME desktop, and also covers applications and the development platform tools.
The GNOME.Asia Committee is inviting proposals to host the GNOME.Asia
Summit during the 2nd quarter of 2013. The GNOME.Asia Summit is the
featured annual GNOME Conference in Asia. The event focuses primarily on
the GNOME desktop, and also covers applications and the development