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December 8, 2014 By Garden Gnome Software

Pano2VR (64 bit)

Pano2VR is an application to convert spherical or cylindrical panoramic images into Adobe Flash 10, HTML5 (WebGL, iPhone, or iPad),...

September 25, 2011 by

GNOME's Sandler: Is there a killer in the code?

Is there a killer in the software code running millions of medical devices? GNOME Executive Director Karen Sandler, formerly of the Software Freedom Law Center, has been fighting to get this software opened up for inspection and review since she received her own implanted defibrillator in 2008. The FDA and Supreme Court have been no help. She recently shared her journey at OSCON 2011.

October 26, 2009 by

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala: Photo gallery

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala will be the distribution's eleventh release, and highlights include the addition of a new boot screen, an updated default theme, and the addition of the Ubuntu One service.

October 13, 2006 by

Where does open source live?

Portland, the software, is a set of common interfaces for GNOME and KDE, the leading desktop Linux GUIs. Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE. Red Flag and Xandros are all going to ship Portland with their next releases.

March 21, 2013 By Garden Gnome Software

Pano2VR (32 bit)

Pano2VR is an application to convert spherical or cylindrical panoramic images into Adobe Flash 10, HTML5 (WebGL, iPhone, or iPad),...

February 19, 2006 by

Innovation Series: Developers

Though they may not be household names like Thorpie or Lleyton, local developers rank among the world's best. In this special report, we show off some of our best talent.

December 11, 2012 By Garden Gnome Software

Object2VR (64 bit)

Object2VR produces interactive 360 degree object movies. Object VR (virtual reality) movies are the result of a series of images taken...

November 22, 2005 by

Novell Linux Desktop 9

If you manage a lot of corporate desktops, then Novell's Linux Desktop is well worth a look -- particularly if you're happy with ZENworks. Linux pricing and Novell's corporate-style support could make this a useful option for business.

December 8, 2004 by

Linux groups patch image flaw

Several flaws in common Linux code used to process graphics in the GNOME desktop environment could allow an attacker to compromise a computer that displays a malicious image file, a security group warned this week. The vulnerabilities occur in the Imlib software library, a set of common code for handling images, security information provider Secunia stated in an advisory Tuesday.

March 28, 2003 by

Gnome flaw threatens Linux users

A vulnerability in the default image viewer for one of the two major Linux desktop systems could allow an attacker to execute code on a computer running the Gnome software, security group Core Security Technologies said in an advisory on Friday. The primary danger appears to be that some mail readers use the software, called Eye of Gnome, to display images within e-mails, opening the possibility that a virus could be spread using the flaw.

August 22, 2001 by

New leader for Gnome Linux project

Timothy Ney has been named executive director of the Gnome effort to create a graphical user interface for Linux and several versions of Unix. Ney previously was managing officer of the Free Software Foundation.

November 13, 2000 by

Mandrake, Borland join Gnome group

Linux distribution provider MandrakeSoft and software maker Borland Corp. (inpr) (formerly Inprise) have announced plans to join the Gnome Foundation, an open-source-basedconsortium aiming to further develop the popular desktop for Linux.


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