The GUADEC 2021 registration is now open! Sign-up today: events.gnome.org/event/9/regis

The conference will be held online this year and take place July 21-25.

¡El calendario de GNOME Latam 2021 está listo y está lleno de fantásticos expositores! Vea el calendario completo y regístrese aquí: events.gnome.org/event/82

A programação do GNOME Latam 2021 está ao vivo e está cheia de palestrantes fantásticos! Veja toda a programação e cadastre-se aqui:events.gnome.org/event/82

We had two successful Google Season of Docs projects this year. Congratulations to Pranali Deshmukh and Wisdom Nwokocha, and thank you to our mentors!

See all successful projects here: developers.google.com/season-o

Wondering what GNOME 40 updates mean for your extension? Learn more about the most important changes and where you can find resources and advice in the latest GNOME Shell & Mutter article: blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/2021

The Dickinson College team redesigned an undergraduate computing curriculum, infusing it with FOSS & computing for the greater good, making both an intrinsic part of how future computing professionals think about their work & world:dickinson.edu/homepage/402/com.

Looking for ways to contribute to GNOME? Join our first Fundraising Working Group meeting on February 18 at 17:00 UTC and learn more about how we're funded and where you can help. events.gnome.org/event/78/

User research played a big part in GNOME 40 designs. It has helped guide specific choices that have improved the overall design and will make it a better experience for users.

Learn more about our user research in this update from the GNOME Shell & Mutter blog: blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/2021

Learn how adding a separate input thread to Mutter creates a smoother experience in this GNOME Shell & Mutter blog from Carlos. blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/2021

The GNOME Shell & Mutter blog is back with an update on exciting GNOME Shell design changes coming in GNOME 40! See all the details here: blogs.gnome.org/shell-dev/2021

As we wrap up our 2020 Fall Fundraiser we’d like to thank each and every one of you for your donations and continued support! Even though our fundraiser is over, remember you can make a one-time donation or join our Friends of GNOME at any time: us.commitchange.com/ca/orinda/

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year! As we look forward to a brighter 2021, Executive Director Neil McGovern reminds us of all the wonderful things we accomplished together in this very unique year. gnome.org/news/2020/12/looking

So many different ways to contribute to GNOME - as a coder, as an Engagement Team member, as an event organizer, as a donor. Make a difference. Find your place today: us.commitchange.com/ca/orinda/

Marcus Lundblad's latest blog takes a look at some of the updates GNOME Maps has had throughout 2020 and changes we can look forward to with GNOME 40. Read more: ml4711.blogspot.com/2020/12/ch

GTK 4.0 is here! After four years of hard work from our dedicated developers, GTK 4.0 was released today. Some highlights from this release include media playback, drag-and-drop, and scalable lists and grids. Learn more about what's new in GTK 4.0: blog.gtk.org/

Our University Outreach event with Universidad Catolica in Paraguay starts soon! All are welcome to join us for this remote event from 16:00-18:45 UTC: events.gnome.org/event/57/

We'll start with a newcomer's workshop followed by talks on usability testing, Engagement Team initiatives, and new volunteer onboarding.

Since 2006 we’ve been hiring interns from backgrounds underrepresented in tech. Learn about what a GNOME internship means and how you can help us grow a community of contributors us.commitchange.com/ca/orinda/

gnome.org/news/2020/12/gnome-m

The latest What's Happened in GNOME blog is out! From updates to GNOME Web and WebKit, Dreamcast support in GNOME Games, to the launch, read more to learn about all the awesome things we've been working on during Oct-Nov: blogs.gnome.org/engagement/202

Do you work on an app that uses the GNOME platform? You might qualify for GNOME Circle membership! circle.gnome.org/

With GNOME Circle, you no longer have to be a core contributor to get support from the GNOME Foundation. Learn more about the apps we support: circle.gnome.org/

Our new Circle initiative supports app developers! Apply online to have your app included circle.gnome.org/

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