Articles with tag 'GNOME'

Outreachy

Sam Thursfield, Software Engineer at Codethink has given up his time to become an open source mentor for Outreachy.

Guadec 2023

GUADEC 2023 has been another great event for the GNOME community.

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GNOME OS and Atomic Upgrades on the PinePhone

Codethink collaborates with Flathub to bring forward a way to support open-source developers

Codethink is happy to sponsor GUADEC one year more

LTM Conference

Laurence Urhegyi and James Thomas will be giving the talk "Automated and continuous system testing with Lava and OpenQA"

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The problem with introducing these dependencies, is that part of your project now exists outside of your control.

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We've ported GNOME OS to the PolarFire Icicle-Kit Devboard from Microchip.

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Codethink continues to participate in the promising RISC-V ecosystem, and we have exciting news around Freedesktop SDK and GNOME.

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High quality releases require high quality testing infrastructure. To show how deep OS and GUI testing can be done, let's look at the OpenQA instance we helped set up for GNOME.

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When something as exciting as a completely open CPU architecture comes along, it's hard to stop Codethink's engineers from getting involved. We've set up an internal research project with the goal of learning about RISC-V, and we have some interesting results already.

Codethink

I attended GUADEC 2018, and really enjoyed it, and I feel that I got a lot out of it.

The talks were recorded and they should be put online some time soon, I think. They need volunteers to do some video editing first though.

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Codethink

Tristan explains his new initative BuildStream and what it could mean for GNOME in 2017.

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