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GNOME: GNOME Launches New Round of Outreach Program for Women Internships and Improves Other Outreach Initiativesview story

http://www.gnome.org – The GNOME Foundation is pleased to announce its latest round of the Outreach Program for Women Internships, for which it has been able to accept ten outstanding applicants. GNOME’s efforts are made possible by the strong sponsorship that the program has received from free software companies and organizations committed to increasing the involvement of women in technology. (Software)

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Development: GNOME 3.5.1 Development Releaseview story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Hello all, Here we are, starting a new development cycle, of course most features are still being discussed, some of them are in early development, expect things to become more exciting in the next development release, for now, go ahead and build it, test it. To compile GNOME 3.5.1, you can the jhbuild [1] modulesets [2] (which use the exact tarball versions from the official release): [1] htt (Software)

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GStreamer: GStreamer Conference 2012 Announcedview story

http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org – The popular GStreamer user and developers Conference is back for the third year, this year going to San Diego in the USA. The conference will take place on August 27th and August 28th. Check out our conference page for details and the Call for Papers and mark the dates in your calendar. See you in San Diego! (Software)

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Gtk2-Perl: ExtUtils::PkgConfig 1.13 availableview story

http://sourceforge.net – Overview of Changes in 1.13: Correctly handle major-only versions, like '2' (RT#68246); Update the test output; Update the file manifests; Make git ignore generated files. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-ExtUtils-PkgConfig/tag/?id=rel-1-13 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/ExtUtils-PkgConfig-1.13.tar.gz (Software)

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Gtk2-Perl: Glib::Object::Introspection 0.008 availableview story

http://sourceforge.net – Overview of changes in Glib::Object::Introspection 0.008: Do not use empty prototypes for constants subs; Use G_GSIZE_FORMAT instead of %d for printing a gtype; When looking up GTypes, also try by name; Add a global copyright statement. (Software)

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Gtk2-Perl: Gtk2 1.243 availableview story

http://sourceforge.net – Overview of changes in Gtk2 1.243: Hush a compiler warning; Avoid trying to re-register a GType for GConnectFlags. View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at: http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Gtk2/tag/?id=rel-1-24-3 or download the source release at: http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Gtk2-1.243.tar.gz (Software)

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Gtk2-Perl: Glib 1.253 (unstable) availableview story

http://sourceforge.net – Overview of changes in Glib 1.253 (unstable): Add unit tests for the exportable constants; Export SOURCE_CONTINUE and SOURCE_REMOVE; Name an internal function appropriately; Create and register a GType for GConnectFlags. The latest stable release of Glib is 1.242. (Software)

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Gtk2-Perl: Cairo 1.091 (unstable) availableview story

http://sourceforge.net – Overview of changes in Cairo 1.091 (unstable); Fix compiling and testing against older versions of cairo; Make t/CairoPath.t more robust; Auto-upgrade strings to utf8 (RT#73177). View the source in the Gtk2-Perl git repo at http://git.gnome.org/browse/perl-Cairo/tag/?id=rel-1-09-1 or download the source release at http://downloads.sourceforge.net/gtk2-perl/Cairo-1.091_001.tar.gz (Software)

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Development: TARBALLS DUE: GNOME 3.5.1view story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Hello all, It never stops, we are making our first steps in 3.5 territory; enjoy this tarball call for 3.5.1. Tarballs are due on 2012-04-30 before 23:59 UTC for the GNOME 3.5.1 unstable release, which will be delivered on Wednesday. Modules which were proposed for inclusion should try to follow the unstable schedule so everyone can test them. (Software)

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Development: GNOME 3.4.1 releasedview story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Hey, The first update to GNOME 3.4 series is now available. As usual it provides bug fixes, translations updates and tiny improvements, in order to make our stable release even more stable and useful. It may sound boring but there are interesting changes in there, and valuable documentation and translation updates. (Software)