GNOME 3.34 Release Party in Brno, Czech Republic

In September 25th we had once more a local meetup in Brno to celebrate another fantastic GNOME Release!

GNOME “Thessaloniki” 3.34 is out now and will be reaching distros in the following months. This version is the result of the work of approximately 777 contributors in the last six months. For more details, check out the release notes.

Our Brno celebrations this cycle were held in Schrott, a place with a wide variety of beers and a neat industrial decor. Dominika Vagnerova arranged delicious GNOME themed cupcakes with eatable app icons that went along pretty well with the drinks.

This was an excelent opportunity for us to sit down, relax, and chat about GNOME, Free Software, and all things that bring us together.

More photos of the event are available in our shared album, including ~exclusive~ pictures of application maintainers eating their apps’ cupcakes. :-)

Thanks everyone that showed up, special thanks to Dominika for organizing the event and Rishi for the photos. Stay tuned for 3.36!

GNOME 3.26 Release Party in Brno, Czech Republic

Last Monday our local GNOME community in Brno gathered together to celebrate once more one of our releases.

This time (after many releases) we had a cake! Other than that, we had drinks and great people chatting in a very cozy venue. It was a blast to see old friends and make new.

Pictures taken by our fellow GNOMEr Jiří Eischmann

I would like to thank the GNOME Foundation for sponsoring our meetup and Dominika Vágnerová for organizing it all!

GNOME 3.12 Released!

The GNOME Project has released GNOME 3.12 today. Congratulations to all the approximately 1140 contributors that made 34236 really awesome changes in this release.

Bastian Hougaard and Karen Sandler (GNOME Executive Director) have made an Introducing GNOME 3.12 video, check it out!

Don’t forget to check the release notes. If you’re a hardcore Fedora user, you can get GNOME 3.12 using Richard Hughes’ rpm repository.