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Number of commits found: 4
Saturday, 5 Nov 2005
Presenting GNOME 2.12 for FreeBSD. The release is chock full of bug fixes
and new features. Don't believe me? Then see for yourself at
DO NOT USE portupgrade by itself to upgrade to GNOME 2.12. Instead, use
the gnome_upgrade.sh script from
http://www.marcuscom.com/downloads/gnome_upgrade212.sh. This script will
circumvent some potential pitfalls users can see if they use portupgrade
In keeping with tradition, GNOME 2.12 for FreeBSD comes with a special
splash screen. The winner of this release's contest is
Dominique Goncalves <firstname.lastname@example.org>. His splash screen
was inspired by http://art.gnome.org/contests/2.12-splash/83.
The FreeBSD GNOME Team would lank to thank the following users for
their contributions to this release:
Matthew Luckie <email@example.com>
sajd on #freebsd-gnome
Caelian on #freebsd-gnome
Yasuda Keisuke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mark Hobden <email@example.com>
Sergey Akifyev <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For more information on GNOME on FreeBSD, checkout
http://www.FreeBSD.org/gnome/. The 2.12 documentation will be
Saturday, 12 Mar 2005
Presenting GNOME 2.10 for FreeBSD!
The release notes can be found at
http://www.gnome.org/start/2.10/notes/rnwhatsnew.html, and will give you a
good idea of what has gone into this release overall. However, a lot of
FreeBSD specific additions and fixes have been made. For example, this
release offers fixed ACPI support as well as new CPU freqeuncy monitoring
support. See the FreeBSD GNOME 2.10 upgrade page at
http://www.FreeBSD.org/gnome/docs/faq210.html for the entire list as well
as a list of known issues and upgrade instructions.
GNOME 2.10, as well as all of our releases, would not be possible without
the great team that goes into porting and testign each and every component.
Thanks definitely goes out to ahze, adamw, bland, kwm, mezz, and pav for all
their work. We would also like to thank our adventurous users that chose to
ride the walrus. We'd especially like to thank the following users that
provided patches for GNOME 2.10:
And anyone else I may have accidentally omitted.
As with GNOME 2.8, 2.10 comes with a brand-spankin' new splashscreen
courtesy of Franz Klammer. However, unlike GNOME 2.8, we've included all
of the FreeBSD GNOME splashscreen entries with gnomesession. You can
use the deskutils/splashsetter port to choose the one you like best.
As always, GNOME users should _not_ use portupgrade alone to upgrade to
2.10. Instead, get the gnome_upgrade.sh script from
Monday, 5 Apr 2004
Presenting GNOME 2.6.0. The FreeBSD GNOME Team feels this our best release
ever. It fixes many bugs, and adds some features missing in previous
FreeBSD ports. To help users upgrade from GNOME 2.4, we have constructed an
upgrade FAQ at:
Please read it carefully. GNOME 2.6 packages are also available for all
supported i386 versions of FreeBSD at:
The FreeBSD GNOME Team would like the thank the following users for their
wonderful testing and patching efforts. We would especially like to thank
Franz Klammer <email@example.com> for his wonderful new splash screen.
Without these people, our team, and our team alumni, GNOME on FreeBSD would
not be possible.
Jeremy Messenger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Khairil Yusof <email@example.com>
Koop Mast <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Simon Barner <email@example.com>
Tom McLaughlin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Scott Dodson <email@example.com>
Vladimir Grebenschikov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday, 3 Jan 2004
Add gnomenetstatus, a GNOME 2 applet that displays network usage similar to
the Windows task bar icon (i.e. with two computer monitors blinking based
in input and output traffic).
Number of commits found: 4