The GNOME Journal team has released the latest issue, featuring five brand new articles.
We have three articles based on talks and experiences at GUADEC 2010 in The Hague and two interviews.
What are you waiting for? Go read it!
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With GUADEC having just ended, we’re looking for some GUADEC related stories for GNOME Journal.
Here’s a few examples:
- Was it your first time at GUADEC? Share some thoughts about what you liked, saw or who you met.
- Did you give a talk at GUADEC? Write it up as an article! Or, we’re happy to do an interview with you about your talk. Here’s a great example with J5 after last year’s GUADEC.
- Did you see a new application or new technology that gets you excited? We’re always looking for app reviews. Write it up and we’ll include it!
If any of these interest you, please drop me an email at pcutler at gnome dot org. Don’t be shy – if you want a member of the GJ team to interview you, just ask!
The latest GNOME Journal is out!
We have six articles in this issue:
- Will Kahn-Greene writes his first article for GNOME Journal about the GNOME Miro Community. Want to watch videos about GNOME? Will has all the information you need.
- GNOME Bugzilla was upgraded late last year. Sumana Harihareswara writes up the case study on the partnership between the GNOME Foundation, Canonical and Everything Solved, a consultancy focused on Bugzilla.
- Stormy Peters interviews Juan José Sánchez Penas, who works at Igalia and sits on the GNOME Advisory Board.
- Jono Bacon writes about a topic I’m personally passionate about – tools for opportunistic developers who want to write small, focused and fun applications for GNOME.
- And another topic I’m passionate about – Shaun McCance introduces Mallard, the new XML schema we’re using to write help and documentation in GNOME.
- And last, but not certainly not least – Jim Hodapp writes a Letter from the Editor – thank you Jim for all your hard work on GNOME Journal as Editor in Chief and your kind words.
Thank you to all our writers and editors for this release. Want to write an article or get involved? Join the mailing list here.
Go read it!
Just in time for your weekend reading pleasure, GNOME Journal #18 is out. Issue 18 is a special edition focusing on Multimedia & GNOME, as well as recap of the recent Boston Summit.
- Writing Multimedia Applications in Vala by Jim Nelson
- Pitivi by Jono Bacon
- What’s new with Banshee by Joe ‘Zonker’ Brockmeier
- An interview with Jonathan Thomas, creator of the OpenShot video editor by Paul Cutler
- Boston Summit Recap by Jason Clinton
This issue features four (4!) new authors and the GNOME Journal team is thankful for their contribution. We also couldn’t have done it without our editors: Stormy Peters, Sumana Harihareswara, and Jim Hodapp.
Go read it now!
I’m two days late blogging about the latest release of GNOME Journal (and thanks to Danni for mentioning it!).
This is a very special issue written by women in the open source community. It’s the first time we’ve done a themed issue and all articles are by women in the open source community. Also, with the exception of Danni and Stormy who have written for GNOME Journal before, all are first time writers for GJ!
Women in open source (and the IT industry in general) is a topic I’m passionate about, having seen it first hand in a few different ways. My wife worked in the IT industry (at the same employer I did) for 8 years and I also helped manage the Geek Squad at Best Buy for a number of years before leaving 2 years ago. Having over 10,000 computer technicians there was definitely a lack of diversity and talent, including women, which is / was a focus area for the organization.
I’m proud to have helped manage the release (though it was a bit later than I had hoped due to my lack of time management skills). The idea for this issue came from the GNOME Women community, and they found the writers and drove this issue. Thank you!
We have eight articles in this issue (a record!):
- Telepathy, Empathy and Mission Control 5 in GNOME 2.28
- Telepathy Overview
- The Un-Scary Screwdriver
- Where are they now? The Participants of the 2006 Women’s Summer Outreach Program
- Easy Breezy Beautiful GNOME Shell
- GNOME desktop testing automation and how to use Mago
- Epiphany from a – not so experienced – user perspective
- An Interview with Leslie Hawthorn
We also had a number of new editors help out, and I’d like to personally thank Zonker and Sumana for all their help in making this release happen.
Go read it now!