Matthias Clasen | 3 Dec 17:39 2009
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GNOME 2.29.3 released

GNOME 2.29.3 Development Release
========================

The third development release of GNOME 2.29/2.30 development cycle is here !

To compile GNOME 2.29.3, you can the jhbuild [1] modulesets [2] (which
use the exact tarball versions from the official release):

 [1] http://library.gnome.org/devel/jhbuild/
 [2] http://download.gnome.org/teams/releng/2.29.3/

The release notes that describe the changes between 2.29.2 and 2.29.3
are available. Go read them to learn all the goodness of this release:

platform - http://download.gnome.org/platform/2.29/2.29.3/NEWS
desktop  - http://download.gnome.org/desktop/2.29/2.29.3/NEWS
admin    - http://download.gnome.org/admin/2.29/2.29.3/NEWS
bindings - http://download.gnome.org/bindings/2.29/2.29.3/NEWS
devtools - http://download.gnome.org/devtools/2.29/2.29.3/NEWS

The GNOME 2.29.3 release is available here:

platform sources - http://download.gnome.org/platform/2.29/2.29.3/
desktop  sources - http://download.gnome.org/desktop/2.29/2.29.3/
admin    sources - http://download.gnome.org/admin/2.29/2.29.3/
bindings sources - http://download.gnome.org/bindings/2.29/2.29.3/
devtools sources - http://download.gnome.org/devtools/2.29/2.29.3/

WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!
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Owen Taylor | 10 Dec 07:26 2009
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gnome.org outage: Dec 12, 13

Red Hat is currently in the process of consolidating all its community
hosted servers to a single hosting facility. As part of that,
the gnome.org servers are being moved *this weekend*. 

You plan on doing something other than working on GNOME this weekend, or
find a programming task that doesn't rely on access to GNOME servers.

Time
====

Start:              Sat, Dec 12 approx. 1200 UTC
End:   on or before Mon, Dec 14

The plan is for a 48 hour outage window; we would hope to have major
services back up and functional sooner than that.

Affected systems
================
Most gnome.org services other than ftp.gnome.org and irc.gnome.org. This
includes:

 www.gnome.org
 master.gnome.org
 bugzilla.gnome.org
 git.gnome.org
 mail.gnome.org
 live.gnome.org

IP Changes
==========
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Lucas Rocha | 11 Dec 19:08 2009
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TARBALLS DUE: GNOME 2.28.2 Release

Hello all,

Due to the outage of GNOME servers between December 12-14[1], we're
punting this release by 2 days to give enough time for developers to release
their new tarballs.

Tarballs are due on 2009-12-16 before 23:59 UTC for the GNOME 2.28.2
stable release, which will be delivered on Friday. Modules which
were proposed for inclusion should try to follow the unstable schedule
so everyone can test them.  Please make sure that your tarballs will
be uploaded before Wednesday 23:59 UTC: tarballs uploaded later than that
will probably be too late to get in 2.28.2. If you are not able to
make a tarball before this deadline or if you think you'll be late,
please send a mail to the release team and we'll find someone to roll
the tarball for you!

For more information about 2.29, the full schedule, the official
module lists and the proposed module lists, please see our colorful 2.29
page:
  http://www.gnome.org/start/unstable

For a quick overview of the GNOME schedule, please see:
  http://live.gnome.org/Schedule

Thanks,

--lucasr

[1] http://mail.gnome.org/archives/devel-announce-list/2009-December/msg00001.html
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Christophe Fergeau | 13 Dec 19:20 2009
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Call for Talks - FOSDEM 2010 (GNOME devroom)

Hi everyone,

As for the last few years, we'll have a GNOME devroom next year at FOSDEM (6/7
feb in Brussels), and as always, we want *YOU* to give a talk about
the cool project you are hacking on in this devroom

During this week-end, we'll have half a day dedicated to GNOME specific talks,
and on Sunday, we'll share the devroom with people hacking on other
desktop environments and have talks about crossdesktop topics or talks
about some GNOME specific topics, but which can be of interest to the
other communities.

Devroom talks are 30/35 minute long talks presenting one aspect of the
GNOME community you care about. This can be a technical talk about a
library you're hacking on, but you can also give a talk about how to
market GNOME at big events, or about how to get involved in the
translation project, ... In short, you can talk about whatever you
want as long as it's about GNOME!

Like last year, you'll find all the information about the even
on http://live.gnome.org/Brussels2010. However,if you want to
give a talk, please don't add yourself to the schedule. Send me an
email instead describing your talk and the slot(s) you'd like to have,
and add that information to the "Presenters and their presentation" on
the wiki.

If you aren't giving a talk but are coming, please let us now at
http://live.gnome.org/Brussels2010/Attendees ! This is helpful in case
we print shirts or name tags.

Please send your talk proposals before Friday 8th January. With the end of year
holidays, this deadline will come *really* quickly, so the sooner you send a proposal,
the better (before the holidays is great ;).

Hope to see you all in Brussels, enjoy the last days of 2009,

Christophe
<div>
<div>Hi everyone,<br>
</div>
<br>As for the last few years, we'll have a GNOME devroom next year at FOSDEM (6/7<br>feb in Brussels), and as always, we want *YOU* to give a talk about<br>the cool project you are hacking on in this devroom<br><br>During this week-end, we'll have half a day dedicated to GNOME specific talks,<br>and on Sunday, we'll share the devroom with people hacking on other<br>desktop environments and have talks about crossdesktop topics or talks<br>
about some GNOME specific topics, but which can be of interest to the<br>other communities.<br><br>Devroom talks are 30/35 minute long talks presenting one aspect of the<br>GNOME community you care about. This can be a technical talk about a<br>
library you're hacking on, but you can also give a talk about how to<br>market GNOME at big events, or about how to get involved in the<br>translation project, ... In short, you can talk about whatever you<br>want as long as it's about GNOME!<br><br>Like last year, you'll find all the information about the even<br>on <a href="http://live.gnome.org/Brussels2010">http://live.gnome.org/Brussels2010</a>. However,if you want to<br>give a talk, please don't add yourself to the schedule. Send me an<br>
email instead describing your talk and the slot(s) you'd like to have,<br>and add that information to the "Presenters and their presentation" on<br>the wiki.<br><br>If you aren't giving a talk but are coming, please let us now at<br><a href="http://live.gnome.org/Brussels2010/Attendees">http://live.gnome.org/Brussels2010/Attendees</a> ! This is helpful in case<br>we print shirts or name tags.<br><br>Please send your talk proposals before Friday 8th January. With the end of year<br>
holidays, this deadline will come *really* quickly, so the sooner you send a proposal, <br>the better (before the holidays is great ;).<br><br>Hope to see you all in Brussels, enjoy the last days of 2009,<br><br>Christophe
</div>
Owen Taylor | 13 Dec 20:04 2009
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End of gnome.org outage

The previously announced outage for the gnome.org servers for 
Dec 12 and Dec 13 is now complete.

At this point, we believe that the GNOME servers are fully functional
again. The Red Hat IT staff should get credit here for getting the
servers efficiently moved and back online.

If you find problems, please mention on them on the #sysadmin channel of
irc.gnome.org, or file a bug against the sysadmin product in
bugzilla.gnome.org.

- Owen
Lucas Rocha | 19 Dec 03:39 2009
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GNOME 2.28.2 released!

==================================================================
GNOME 2.28.2 Stable Release
==================================================================

This is the last update to GNOME 2.28. It contains many fixes for
important bugs that directly affect our users, documentation updates
and also a large number of updated translations. Many thanks to all
the contributors who worked hard on delivering those changes in time.
We hope it will help people feel better in their daily use of computers!

Meanwhile, the GNOME community is actively working on the unstable
branch of GNOME that will become GNOME 2.30 in March 2010.

The GNOME 2.28 release notes are available at:

  http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.28/

The notes that describe the changes between 2.28.1 and 2.28.2 are here:

admin    - http://download.gnome.org/admin/2.28/2.28.2/NEWS
bindings - http://download.gnome.org//bindings/2.28/2.28.2/NEWS
desktop  - http://download.gnome.org/desktop/2.28/2.28.2/NEWS
devtools - http://download.gnome.org/devtools/2.28/2.28.2/NEWS
mobile   - http://download.gnome.org/mobile/2.28/2.28.2/NEWS
platform - http://download.gnome.org/platform/2.28/2.28.2/NEWS

The GNOME 2.28.2 release is available here:

admin sources    - http://download.gnome.org/admin/2.28/2.28.2/
bindings sources - http://download.gnome.org/bindings/2.28/2.28.2/
desktop sources  - http://download.gnome.org/desktop/2.28/2.28.2/
devtools sources - http://download.gnome.org/devtools/2.28/2.28.2/
mobile sources   - http://download.gnome.org/mobile/2.28/2.28.2/
platform sources - http://download.gnome.org/platform/2.28/2.28.2/

To compile GNOME 2.28.2, you can the jhbuild [1] modulesets [2] (which
use the exact tarball versions from the official release):

  [1] http://library.gnome.org/devel/jhbuild/
  [2] http://download.gnome.org/teams/releng/2.28.2/

We hope you'll love it,

The GNOME Release Team
Vincent Untz | 24 Dec 15:07 2009
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GNOME 2.29.4 released!

GNOME 2.29.4 Development Release
================================

And here comes 2.29.4, just in time for the holiday season. It's a few
hours late, but there were several build issues this time. But if you
take all the right tarballs, this should now be okay :-) And you'll
enjoy some cool stuff, like an updated nautilus with its changed focus
(see discussion on nautilus-list), or various modules like
gnome-control-center with tons of bug fixes. You can also take a look at
gnome-keyring which has changed quite a bit internally... There are
definitely many changes in there, so it's a good time to do some deep
testing!

You all know what you have to do now. Go download it. Go compile it. Go
test it. And go hack on it, document it, translate it, fix it.

To compile GNOME 2.29.4, you can the jhbuild [1] modulesets [2] (which
use the exact tarball versions from the official release):

  [1] http://library.gnome.org/devel/jhbuild/
  [2] http://download.gnome.org/teams/releng/2.29.4/

The release notes that describe the changes between 2.29.3 and 2.29.4
are available. Go read them to learn all the goodness of this release:

platform - http://download.gnome.org/platform/2.29/2.29.4/NEWS
desktop  - http://download.gnome.org/desktop/2.29/2.29.4/NEWS
admin    - http://download.gnome.org/admin/2.29/2.29.4/NEWS
bindings - http://download.gnome.org/bindings/2.29/2.29.4/NEWS
devtools - http://download.gnome.org/devtools/2.29/2.29.4/NEWS

The GNOME 2.29.4 release is available here:

platform sources - http://download.gnome.org/platform/2.29/2.29.4/
desktop  sources - http://download.gnome.org/desktop/2.29/2.29.4/
admin    sources - http://download.gnome.org/admin/2.29/2.29.4/
bindings sources - http://download.gnome.org/bindings/2.29/2.29.4/
devtools sources - http://download.gnome.org/devtools/2.29/2.29.4/

WARNING! WARNING! WARNING!
--------------------------

This release is a snapshot of development code. Although it is
buildable and usable, it is primarily intended for testing and hacking
purposes. GNOME uses odd minor version numbers to indicate
development status.

For more information about 2.29, the full schedules, the official
modules list and the proposed modules list, please see our 2.29 page:
  http://www.gnome.org/start/unstable/

Also take a look at the abbreviated schedule reminder page at:
  http://live.gnome.org/Schedule

We hope you'll love it,

The GNOME Release Team

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