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GNOME – open-source software

George Lebl Elliot Lee Miguel de Icaza Issue #70, February 2000 The GNOME team bring us up-to-date on the progress of this popular desktop environment. The GNOME Project is aimed at making UNIX attractive and easy to use. To help achieve the goals of the GNU project, we want to make sure that users are presented with a full suite ...

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GNU’s Network Object Model Environment

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Miguel de Icaza Issue #58, February 1999 What is GNOME and where is it heading? Miguel tells us all. GNOME is an acronym for GNU’s Network Object Model Environment. GNOME addresses a number of issues that have not previously been addressed in the UNIX world, such as: Providing a consistent user interface. Providing user-friendly tools and making them powerful by ...

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