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 Gnome 2 released
GNOME admin writes "The GNOME Foundation have released version 2.0 of the GNOME Desktop and Developer Platform at the Ottawa Linux Symposium. With the inclusion of GNOME 2.0 by leading Linux and Unix vendors later this year, users of GNOME can look forward to an improved user environment for existing GNOME applications, including a faster and more powerful Nautilus file manager, features that are better organized and usability-tested, dozens of useful utilities, applications and even games. Users and administrators will also see a new, simplified configuration system. Developers can look forward to more
efficient application development with stronger integration of GNOME APIs and the advantages of GNOME's component-based architecture.

"The GNOME 2.0 project is the culmination of a major effort which had the dual objectives of dramatically improving developer productivity and significantly enhancing the GNOME user experience," said Miguel de Icaza, president of the GNOME Foundation and CTO and co-founder of Ximian, Inc. "The result is an elegant, new multi-platform desktop environment for individual, corporate and government users worldwide.""
Posted by admin on Friday, July 19, 2002 - 11:09 PM (123 Reads)
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 GNOME 2.0 Desktop Alpha Release
GNOME Nemesys writes "The first public testing release of the GNOME 2.0 Desktop, 'Rolig Liten Hattgubbe,' is ready for your testing pleasure! It is available for immediate download here. Please read the release notes first! Due for general consumption in March, the GNOME 2.0 Desktop is a greatly improved user environment for existing GNOME applications. Enhancements include anti-aliased text and first class internationalisation support, new accessibility features for disabled users, and many improvements throughout GNOME's highly regarded user interface. --Hot on the tails of Kde 3 beta released about a week ago."
Posted by Nemesys on Friday, January 18, 2002 - 08:47 AM (101 Reads)
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