The GNOME Docs Project has two meetings coming up this week.
Wednesday, June 24th at 7:00 p.m. UTC: Community Meeting
Have a question for the docs team? This is the place to ask any question you might have, such as:
Open Source Bridge is a conference for developers working with open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open source way. I have a new favourite conference. I spent two days at Open Source Bridge in Portland OR. Its a fascinating event. I joked at first that it was "very Portland," but what does that really mean?
The developers behind the GNOME project have gathered in the Netherlands this week for the annual GUADEC conference. During a meeting that took place at the event, the GNOME release team made the difficult decision to delay the launch of GNOME 3, the next major version of the popular open source desktop environment.
What is CPOSC?The Central PA Open Source Conference (CPOSC) is a small, low-cost, one-day conference about all things Open Source. It was started in 2008 by a few of the members of the Central PA Linux User Group and the Central PA Ruby Meetup.
Will there be a CPOSC this year?Oh, yes! CPOSC 2013 wil be held on Saturday October 19th, 2013!
The GNOME Foundation is excited to announce that GUADEC 2010 will be
held in The Hague, Netherlands July 24th-30th, 2010. The conference is
expected to draw more than 500 attendees to discuss and direct the
future of the GNOME Project. The Hague was one of several locations
proposed for GUADEC in 2010.
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!
GNOME.Asia Summit is Asia’s primier GNOME user and developer conference, spreading the knowledge of GNOME across Asia.
This year’s conference will be held in Hong Kong on June 9 and 10. The conference follows the release of GNOME 3.4, helping to bring new desktop paradigms that facilitate user interaction in the computing world.
The dates of October 23-24 have been circled on my calendar for a while. Why? Because All Things Open is coming to Raleigh, NC. Its the first open source-focused conference of its kind to come to the capital of North Carolina.