Monthly Archives: March 2007
Dell to ship Linux desktops
This is good news, Dell plans to ship pre-install linux destops. They haven’t announced which distro yet, I wonder who I need to buy a beer to get them to select Foresight Linux as the default 😀
OpenOffice or not…
We are back to this question… A while back I got pressured into making Foresight default to OpenOffice.org instead of GNOME Office. Now it is really time to re-evaluate that decision. Our version of OpenOffice doesn’t include any translations. And … Continue reading
Beryl meet Compiz… we all win!
Great news, Beryl is merging with Compiz. Of course they are retaining the right to fork again 🙂 Read more in this email from Quinn Storm.
GNOME Live Images torrent
The GNOME 2.18 Live Demos are now available on http://torrent.gnome.org, enjoy! On a related note… that site has a GNOME LiveCD graphic, anyone want to do one that is more generic that would be suited for the multiple demo types? … Continue reading
First with GNOME 2.18 :-D
A picture says it all
Announcing Foresight Linux 1.1
As with all GNOME releases, it is time for a Foresight release including the latest GNOME release. The Foresight Project is proud to announce it’s 1.1 release, for information please check out the release notes.
GNOME 2.18 Live Demos
I am very pleased to announce the GNOME 2.18 Live Demos, and even more excited to be providing them as official GNOME. These are designed to showcase the new GNOME as well as Foresight Linux. The Live Demos are provided … Continue reading
Just published the first Foresight based LiveCD! Very exciting, we have wanted to do this for a long time but it has never really made it to the top of the priority list. I am even more excited that it … Continue reading
GNOME 2.17.92 Live, more image types
I have published QEMU/Parallels, Microsoft VHD, and VMware image… check them out here.
GNOME 2.17.92 Live with translations
There is a new VMware image available with all the locales, and still only 490M… whew… Check it out and let me know what you think… there will likely be several versions between now and GNOME 2.18 release day. Get … Continue reading