Name: Jean-François Fortin Tam Email: nekohayo at gmail Affiliation: unaffiliated Web/bio/blog/etc.: http://jeff.ecchi.ca Hi everybody, I am offering my candidacy to serve on the Foundation Board for a second term. I have been involved in various areas of GNOME since 2004 or so, including testing, triaging, marketing, mentoring, coding, public speaking and advocacy, user interaction & UX design, etc. I am a business developer and manager. Besides running my branding & management consulting company, I have been serving you as president of the board since last year. A report on activities accomplished during that time can be found here: http://jeff.ecchi.ca/blog/2015/05/07/presidents-report-the-state-of-the-gnome-foundation/ With the experience gained throughout the years, I hope to continue serving GNOME to the best of my abilities. You can learn more about me on my personal website above. Thank you for your consideration, Jean-François "Jeff" Fortin Tam _______________________________________________ foundation-announce mailing list foundation-announce< at >gnome.org https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/foundation-announce
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Play RuneScape’s minigames for your choice of rewards.
What is Google Summer of Code? Google Summer of Code is a global program that offers student developers stipends to write code for various open source software projects. Fedora has participated in this program for many years now. It is… Continue Reading →
Video – Minigame Spotlight & Ninjas | Podcast – Improved Looting | Q&A Stream and D&D Improvement Preview
Noted items, Slayer XP, teleports and more – slay away with a stack of dragon trinkets!
Stealth development might not be very “open-sourceish”, but it sometimes makes for some nice surprises in our project showcase forum.This time it was the completely new open-source game Limit Load, self described as:A cockpit flight game that is more o…
The latest news, events and more from the RuneScape Community.
The Alpha 15 Osiris multiplayer lobby is now discontinued. Users of Alpha 15 are advised to upgrade to the latest version. The only distribution bundling Alpha 15 is Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, for which Alpha 16 is available in backports, and the latest version is available in our PPA. Alpha 15 was released December 2013 with … Continue reading →
= Minutes for Friday, April 30th, 2015, 18:00 UTC =
Next meeting due on May 15th, 2015 at 16:00 UTC
== Attending ==
RuneLabs Halloween Ideas | Seren Quest Progress | Developer Q&A
We were kindly made aware by the main developer of the 2D RTS Wyrmsun that he is currently looking for support to get this game on the Steam platform (link includes a game-play video).Here is a description of the game we got from him:In Wyrmsun, humans…
This weekend, fill up the Wonder Bar for rarer prizes!
A family of Linux malware targeting Linux and BSD servers has been lurking around for five years. Dubbed “Linux/Mumblehard,” the malware contains a backdoor and a spamming daemon, both written in Perl. The components are mainly Perl scripts encrypted and packed inside an executable and linkable format, or ELF, said Eset. In some cases, one ELF executable with a packer nests inside another.
Try the latest Death Rework and combat changes | Vote on Legacy healing, PvP eating & PvP stuns
Flightgear is constantly under development and as the feature freeze for the next 3.6 release approaches, it is becoming increasingly clear what the next version will have to offer to users:
(to avoid misunderstandings – this is a selection of features currently under development, not a release note, i.e. there is no guarantee that all items will appear in 3.6, nor is are the features of 3.6 limited to what is listed here)
A complete makeover for the default aircraft
The C-172p has always been Flightgear’s default plane, as it is easy to fly and great to learn the basics …
Community Road Trip | Patch Week | Solomon’s Store – Extra Action Bars | Streams this Week
Last year, we held the first Kickstarter campaign for Krita. We raised more than €20,000 for Krita development, blowing past the fundraising goal. Thanks to this funding, a year later a dozen new features have been implemented, ranging from transform masks to High Dynamic Range (HDR) painting, from layer styles to improved vector objects. The Krita team did all that was promised…and much more.
Now, it’s time for another Kickstarter! This year, we’re even more ambitious. If there’s one thing that’s always held back free graphics software, it’s raw interactive performance. That’s true for Krita as well. So that is what we’ll focus on first!
Next is extended animation support. Together with Google Summer of Code student Jouni Pentikäinen, we’ll be putting hand-drawn 2D animation right into the core of Krita. That will require many of the optimizations Dmitry Kazakov will be working on.
And if we go over the initial goal—well, there are 24 stretch goals. For every additional €1500 over the initial goal another stretch goal will be added. After the dust settles, the backers will be asked to vote for their favorite goals!
Help us spread the word and make this campaign a big success!
Berlin, May 4, 2015 – LibreOffice Conference will be held in Aarhus, Denmark, on September 23-25, 2015, at the Urban Media Space and is hosted by the Aarhus Municipality. The Document Foundation invites members and volunteers to submit proposals for papers. Proposals should be filed by July 15, 2015, in order to guarantee that they […]
2015-05-04 2:31 GMT+02:00 Andrea Veri <av< at >gnome.org>:
I updated all the references on the vote.gnome.org website and forgot