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Evolution of GNOME in the FOSS ecosystem

Date and Time

Wednesday, August 15, 2012 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Location

MIT Building E-51, Room 315

Presenters

Colin Walters , Red Hat Software - walters verbum org

Summary

Colin reprises his recent talk from GUADEC 2012

Abstract

GNOME is a highly visible and popular component of the broader Free and Open Source Software ecosystem. But with this comes some responsibility. Colin will first look at why he believes they should refocus the GNOME project goals around avoiding regressions. Second, he'll discuss some software he's been working on which will significantly change the development and deployment of GNOME for this (and other) reasons.

Attachments

  1. Colin's listing from GUADEC 2012 website


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