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Clutter: Clutter 1.12.0 - stableview story

https://clutter-project.org – Good news, everyone! A new Clutter release is now available at: http://download.gnome.org/sources/clutter/1.12/ Release Notes This version is API and ABI compatible with the current stable release of Clutter. Installing the contents of this release will overwrite the files from the installation of the current release of Clutter. Bugs should be reported on the Clutter Bugzilla product. List of c (Software)

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GNOME Blogs: WordPress now at 3.4.2view story

http://blogs.gnome.org – Blogs.gnome.org now uses WordPress 3.4.2. All plugins and themes have been updated to latest versions too. Enjoy! (Software)

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GNOME: Happy 15th Birthday GNOME!!view story

http://www.gnome.org – Fifteen years ago today the GNOME Project was announced by Miguel de Icaza and Federico Mena Quintero. We've put up a special website today to help celebrate all those years of software freedom at: http://www.happybirthdaygnome.org - we hope you will come take a stroll down memory lane with us! (Software)

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Project Hamster: Extension now live on extensions.gnome.orgview story

http://projecthamster.wordpress.com –   You still need to install hamster from sources but this is a big step forward. Go get it! https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/425/project-hamster-extension/   After installing reload the page and you will get to prefs too, in case you don’t like hamster right in the middle of the panel or would like to just have the icon. It’s still work in (slow) progress of course. (Software)

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Commit Digest: Issue 201view story

http://blogs.gnome.org – This week… 2287 commits, in 213 projects, by 225 happy hackers (and 508 were translation commits). Tim-Philipp Müller ported sushi to GStreamer 1.0 . (GNOME bug 680425) Ryan Lortie enabled i18n support for dconf-editor . (GNOME bug 642217) Marc-André Lureau added a search bar to gnome-boxes, it will search as you type and filter the boxes . (Software)

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GNOME: Official Announcement and Invitation to Boston Summit 2012view story

http://www.gnome.org – 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. (Software)

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GNOME Foundation: Boston Summit 2012view story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Hi, At GUADEC, it was announced that the Boston Summit 2012 is on! More information is available here: https://live.gnome.org/Boston2012 Please do fill in the attendance list so we can somewhat accurately gauge required refreshment quantity, etc. There's a lot of topics to discuss, and I hope we can continue some of the momentum from the awesome GUADEC that just finished! (Software)

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Commit Digest: Issue 200view story

http://blogs.gnome.org – This week… 1689 commits, in 166 projects, by 220 happy hackers (and 350 were translation commits). Paolo Bacchilega added an application menu to gthumb. Milan Crha updated evolution-ews to be able to read/write folder permissions. In gnome-clocks Eslam Mostafa commited a new design for the alarms dialog. Carlos Garcia Campos continued porting Epiphany to webkit2, this week the inspector and the (Software)

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Development: svn.gnome.org is no moreview story

http://permalink.gmane.org – Although we've migrated to Git a long time ago, we still had svn.gnome.org up and running. I've killed svn.gnome.org just now. The svn repository data is still available to sysadmins, but not how long we'll keep it. (Software)

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GNOME: Interview with incoming Board Member Seif Lotfyview story

http://www.gnome.org – Today's interview is from Seif Lotfy, one of the new GNOME Foundation board members. Where do you live/work? Darmstadt, 30km south of Frankfurt Germany. Why is open source/free software important to you? I believe open source/free software promotes innovation, due to its nature of crowd sourcing. How/when/why did you become involved in GNOME? I started using GNOME in 2004. (Software)