2010 Archive

February 2010

Jono Bacon provides an overview of PiTiVi, an open source video editor for the Linux desktop.

GNOME Boston Summit 2009
Jason Clinton recaps the talks given at the Boston Summit in October 2009.

Interview with Jonathan Thomas, creator of the OpenShot video editor
Paul Cutler interviews Jonathan Thomas, creator of the OpenShot video editor. OpenShot is a non-linear video editor with support for many audio and video codecs, GNOME drag and drop support, titles, transitions video encoding and transcoding and more.

What’s New with Banshee
The Banshee Project released 1.5.3 on January 27th. This release brings a slew of improvements to the already impressive media player that gives iTunes a run for its money, if not hype

Writing Multimedia Applications with Vala
Jim Nelson describes using Vala to write multimedia applications for the Linux desktop.

March 2010

GNOME Miro Community
Will Kahn-Greene introduces the GNOME Miro community, a website that brings GNOME-related videos to users.

Canonical, Upgrading GNOME Bugzilla, and Commercial Sponsorship
You may have noticed the spiffy new GNOME Bugzilla. Sumana Harihareswara presents the story of how and why it came to be.

Mallard – Better Help for Better Software
Shaun McCance writes about Mallard, a new XML syntax for writing user documentation and help.

Unchaining The Opportunistic Developer
In this article Jono Bacon describes a number of tools for developers who want to write small, focused fun applications for GNOME.

Interview with Juan José Sánchez Penas of the GNOME Advisory Board
Stormy Peters interviews Juan José Sánchez Penas, a member of the GNOME Advisory Board, about his experience working at Igalia and with free software technologies.

Letter From The Editor
Jim Hodapp takes you on a trip through GNOME Journal memory lane to when GJ was first started back in the fall of 2004, and makes an important announcement.

June 2010

Shotwell Photo Manager
Jim Nelson discusses the features of Shotwell, a new photo manager for the GNOME Desktop.

Interview with Quim Gil of the GNOME Advisory Board
Stormy Peters continues her series of interviews with GNOME Foundation Advisory Board Members, interviewing Quim Gil of Nokia.

Time’s Making Changes – A Letter from the Editor
Paul Cutler writes his first Letter from the Editor.

PHP-GTK, Widgets & Gadgets: An Interview With Elizabeth Smith
Sumana Harihareswara interviews Elizabeth Smith, maintainer of PHP-GTK, and discusses PHP-GTK and its future.

September 2010

Writing Simple Real-Time Games for GNOME
Chris Lord shares his experiences and six laws of writing simple games for GNOME, using Clutter.

Behind the Scenes with Joanmarie Diggs
Paul Cutler continues GNOME Journal’s Behind the Scenes series, interviewing Joanmarie Diggs. Joanmarie talks about her work on GNOME accessibility, her motivations and some of her favorite things.

Should I Get Involved?
William Carlson, aka William from Texas, writes about his experience in getting involved and helping with GUADEC 2010.

Grilo: Integrating Multimedia Content in Your Application
Iago Toral introduces Grilo, a framework for making media discovery and integration easy.

Interview with Bradley Kuhn of the GNOME Advisory Board
Stormy Peters interviews Bradley Kuhn, who represents the Free Software Foundation on the GNOME Advisory Board.

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