Category Archives: GNOME
I am very excited to see GNOME Journal getting some traction again, come join us and make GNOME Journal great again! Check out Paul Cutler’s post for details.
GNOME 2.26 is out, including live demos. We have an assortment of virtual machine formats as well as installable DVD isos. Come and get em’!
No, not Journey the hit band from the 80s… wow that takes me back to damn near (or not that near) the beginning of my journey! I have spent a wonderful 3 years working at rPath, which ended in January. … Continue reading
Ars Technica awarded Foresight distro of the year alongside openSUSE. Obviously I am very excited and proud that Foresight was recognized, but I have to send a big congrats out to the openSUSE guys too. They have done some great … Continue reading
Now that we have all had a few days to digest this, lets get down to business. I have created a wiki page outlining the process and listing the objectives for 2.5 in a table of FITS issues. Road map … Continue reading
Foresight Linux release planning The road to Foresight 2.5 includes you! Historically we have not provided the level of transparency needed to enable more people to participate in Foresight’s core development. I am very excited about the packagers that have … Continue reading
After some delays… sorry everyone, the GNOME 2.24 Live demos are available. Come and get them at http://torrent.gnome.org.
Shuttle computers just announced the availability of their latest small form factor box, the x2700. Weighing in at a mere 4.5lbs and measuring just 7.3″ wide and 2.8″ tall, it is available exclusively with Foresight Linux. That’s right, our friends … Continue reading
Foresight Kid’s edition is now available for your kid’s enjoyment. I know my 5 year old has absolutely loved it. The Kid’s Edition is for children featuring a number of education and entertainment applications, a customized GNOME desktop environment and … Continue reading