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To The Teeth: Arming GNOME for Desktop Success
Jeff Waugh, Consultant, Gnome/Waugh Partners

Track: Linux
Date: Thursday, July 29
Time: 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Location: Mt. Hood

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After a dark time in the wilderness, The GNOME Project has roared back into action with a blistering development schedule, rapid high-quality releases, and a fundamentally different vision for Free Software desktop usability and success. Find out how they did it, what's changed, where GNOME is going, and why! In this reprise of his linux.conf.au 2004 presentation, Waugh focuses on the organisational challenges posed by large Free Software projects, the Free Software desktop space, and The GNOME Project in particular.



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