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GoboLinux.org in Japanese!

It is always a major landmark when we see the GoboLinux.org page written with an entirely different character set. We are happy to announce gobolinux.org in Japanese! Many thanks to Sipieter Nicolas for the translation work.

2008-03-16 20:34

NetBSD interviews GoboLinux developer on Package Management and Build System

The fine guys from NetBSD are celebrating the 10 years of pkgsrc, and the cake is a series of interviews on their very own pkgsrc and on alternative package management and build systems. Our developer Lucas Villa Real gives an overview there on the GoboLinux way of organizing programs, so seize the open gates to join the party and read the whole series!

2008-03-13 08:44

Programming Arena Contest at FISL 9.0

This year's International Forum on Free Software (Porto Alegre, Brazil, April 17-19 2008) will feature GoboLinux challenges as the entry point to their Programming Arena contest. The challenges were taken from the bug tracker and represent real bugs or desired features. We'd like to thank all participants in advance and wish them all good luck!

2008-03-11 02:04

New version of tools

New versions of Scripts (2.8.3) and Compile (1.10.1) are out! Please update yours by running "InstallPackage Scripts" and "InstallPackage Compile".

These new versions feature support for dynamic user/group creation in recipes and packages, support for the GIT distributed version control system, improvements in the infrastructure used by Manager, Scripts and Freshen and some assorted bug fixes.

The full announcement and change logs can be seen here.

2008-02-01 12:44

GoboLinux.org in Italian!

Announcing a new language available in the GoboLinux website is always fun. We're happy to present gobolinux.org in Italian! Many thanks to Giambattista Bloisi and Daniele Maccari for the initiative and the hard work in translating the site.

As a side note, now the languages of all World Cup winners are available in gobolinux.org. ;-)

2008-01-14 01:19

GoboLinux 014

Picture by monkeyc.net, licensed under Creative Commons BY-NC-SA 2.0

We are pleased to introduce GoboLinux 014, the new major release of GoboLinux, the Linux distribution with an alternative directory structure. Major upgrades include KDE 3.5.8, Glibc 2.5 and Xorg 7.2, as well as new versions of the GoboLinux management tools.

Read the detailed release notes for more information and the full list of packages.

Thanks to everybody who contributed by testing the development snapshots, submitting bug reports, fixing bugs, writing recipes...

...and a happy new year to everyone! :-)

2008-01-01 07:08

GoboLinux presentation at Latinoware 2007 is online

Last week Hisham Muhammad gave a talk at Latinoware 2007, the IV Latin-American Conference on Free Software, which took place at Itaipu, the largest hydroelectric power plant in the world. The slides for the talk (in Portuguese) are available at the documentation page, in ODF and PDF formats.

We would also like to thank Frank Alcântara and the Latinoware organizing team for the invitation and the excellent event!

2007-12-09 12:18

Interview feature with GoboLinux developer

Packtpub.com is featuring an article with our very own Lucas Villa Real in a pretty nice interview about the past, present and future of GoboLinux. Check it out! Thanks to Mayank Sharma for the coverage.

2007-11-15 15:18

GoboLinux.org in Swedish!

First it was "ã", then "ß", then "я", then "ő", then "è", then "ñ"... and now "å"! GoboLinux.org continues to stress the Unicode capabilities of your browser by integrating one more language to the website. :) We're happy to announce gobolinux.org in Swedish! Many thanks to Jonas Karlsson for his hard work translating the site. Or as the Swedish chef would have said: "Bork, bork bork!"

2007-10-03 08:25

GoboLinux 014 development snapshots

For the process of stabilizing the GoboLinux 014 ISO and get it ready for release, we are now starting a series of development snapshots. The idea is to make it easier for people to see where we're at now, and to make it easier for people willing to help in testing out the release to "jump in" and get it to a state real close to where the live development is.

The latest snapshot is always available at the downloads page.

All feedback is greatly welcome. Please give it a spin and report any problems in the bug tracker.

2007-09-29 08:30

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