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Number of commits found: 8
Fri, 10 Apr 2009
[ 05:56 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.26 for FreeBSD. See
http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.26/ for a list of what's new.
On the FreeBSD front, we introduced a port of libxul 1.9 as an alternative
for Firefox 2.0 as a Gecko provider. Almost all of the Gecko consumers
can make use of this provider by setting:
The GNOME 2.26 port was done by ahze, kwm, marcus, and mezz with
contributions by Joseph S. Atkinson, Peter Wemm, Eric L. Chen,
Martin Matuska, Craig Butler, and Pawel Worach.
Mon, 23 Feb 2009
[ 05:28 marcus ] |
Update to 2.24.1.
Sat, 10 Jan 2009
[ 05:22 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.24 for FreeBSD.
See http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.24/ for the general
release notes. On the FreeBSD front, this release introduces Fuse support
in HAL, adds multi-CPU support to libgtop, WebKit updates, and fixes some
long-standing seahorse and gnome-keyring bugs. The documentation updates
to the website are forthcoming.
This release features commits by adamw, ahze, kwm, mezz, and myself. It would
not have been possible without are contributors and testers:
Craig Butler 
Dmitry Marakasov 
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Sat, 26 Apr 2008
[ 18:04 mezz ] |
Update to 2.22.5.
Thu, 24 Apr 2008
[ 20:31 mezz ] |
Update to 2.22.3.
Mon, 24 Mar 2008
[ 03:50 marcus ] |
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The FreeBSD GNOME team is proud to annunce the release of GNOME 2.22.0 for
FreeBSD. The official GNOME 2.22 release notes can be found at
http://library.gnome.org/misc/release-notes/2.22/ . On the FreeBSD front,
this release features an updated hal port with support for video4linux
devices, DRM (Direct Rendering), and better support of removable media. Work
is also underway to tie webkit more closely into GNOME. As part of the
GNOME 2.22 upgrade, GStreamer received a rather large upgrade as well.
Be sure to consult UPDATING on the proper steps to upgrade all of your
This release would not have been possible without the contributions and
testing efforts of the following people:
Peter Ulrich Kruppa
J. W. Ballantine
Mon, 19 Mar 2007
[ 05:14 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.18 for FreeBSD. GNOME 2.18 is a departure from recent GNOME
releases in that it focuses more on stability and functionality than on
new features. Not that it doesn't have its share of new and exciting
items. See http://www.gnome.org/start/2.18/ for all the goodies in
GNOME 2.18 for FreeBSD would not have been possible without the hard work
of the FreeBSD GNOME Team and our intrepid band of testers including
J. W. Ballantine, Pawel Worach, Yasuda Keisuke, Pascal Hofstee, miwi,
Yoshihiro Ota, Vladimir Grebenschikov, Jukka A. Ukkonen,
Phillip Neumann, Franz Klammer, and Neal Delmonico.
Sat, 14 Oct 2006
[ 08:35 marcus ] |
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Presenting GNOME 2.16.1 for FreeBSD. This release represents a massive
amount of work by the FreeBSD GNOME Team and our testers.
On top of the usual GNOME update, we have taken this opportunity to move
GNOME from X11BASE to LOCALBASE. This means roughly 600 ports NOT part of
the GNOME Desktop also need to be changed. The bulk of the move was carried
out by ahze, mezz, and pav, but it would not have been possible without
cooperation from the FreeBSD KDE team who worked with us to make sure
GNOME and KDE can still coexist happily. We would also like to send a
shout out to kris and pointyhat for putting up with multiple test runs
until we got something that was solid.
Back to GNOME 2.16. This release brings a huge amount of new functionality
to FreeBSD. The standard release notes can be read at
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