Category Archives: General

It’s a contest… think you can win?

Our friends over at Shuttle have helped us put together a contest. Do you want to learn packaging? Are there applications you want/need that aren’t yet available in the Foresight repository? Come read about the contest, http://www.foresightlinux.org/contest.html There will be … Continue reading

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New look

The Foresight marketing team published our new website. The new site sports the new (not that new) logo, a new layout and should be much more maintainable. There is also room for the additional KDE and XFCE pages as well … Continue reading

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Announcing Foresight 2.0 with GNOME 2.22

Foresight Linux 2.0 has been released, featuring GNOME 2.22. Available for download from rBuilder for both x86 and x86_64 architectures. Foresight Linux is a Linux distribution for your desktop that features a rolling release schedule that always keeps your desktop … Continue reading

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Shuttle chooses Foresight for their new KPC

Awesome news… Shuttle released a press release today: Shuttle Teams with Foresight Linux on $199 KPC City of Industry, CA., MArch 4, 2008 Shuttle today announced that the newly launched $199 KPC will feature the Foresight Linux operating system. With … Continue reading

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3 years of Foresight

Wow time flies… I just renewed the foresightlinux.{org,com,net} domains, which reminded me it has been 3 years since the first release of Foresight. My baby is growing up

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SCALE, this weekend!

Just a reminder, I will be at SCALE in Los Angeles this weekend, hanging out with Kevin Harriss and Paul Cutler in the Foresight booth, swing by and say hi. I am also very excited to be doing the GNOME: … Continue reading

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Getting started with the GNOME Developer Kit

Joshua Hesketh has written some great documentation on how to use the GNOME Developer Kit. He has covered building, applying/creating patches, and contributing to the GNOME module of your choice . Thanks Josh! I would love to find a volunteer … Continue reading

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So close

Macbook Air vs. Commodore 64, amazing the Macbook Air wins

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Keeping tabs on the GNOME Developer Kit

I finally got around to setting up a commit mail list for the GNOME Developer Kit. If you want to keep an eye on what is going on, check it out. You can of course subscribe, or just follow the … Continue reading

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GNOME Developer Kit updates

It’s been a while since I have blogged about the GNOME Developer Kit. It has still been building daily, so plenty of updates. I have added some additional packages by request, hopefully they will help make it into an even … Continue reading

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