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GNOME v2.14.0 + More GNOME

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Published on 15 March 2006 01:00 AM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME
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Today's the day of the GNOME v2.14 release, and was the previous Fedora Core 5 release date until it was postponed to March 20. On top of the availability of GNOME 2.14 is the launch of GARNOME v2.14.0, Cairo v1.0.4, and GTK+ v2.8.16. Information on all of these products is available from GNOME.

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Celebrating the release of GNOME 2.14!
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Today, the GNOME Project celebrates the release of GNOME 2.14, the latest version of the popular, multi-platform Free desktop environment. Released on schedule, to the day, it is the culmination of six months effort by GNOME contributors around the world: hackers, documentors, usability and accessibility specialists, translators, maintainers, sysadmins, companies, artists, users and testers. Due to their hard work, we have another great release to be proud of - thanks very much to every contributor!

Download GNOME here.

GARNOME 2.14.0
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The "Renegades of Funk" release.
We are pleased to announce the release of GARNOME 2.14.0. This release incorporates the GNOME 2.14.0 Desktop and Developer Platform, fine-tuned and updated with love by the GARNOME Team.
It includes updates and fixes after the GNOME 2.14.0 freeze, together with a host of third-party GNOME packages, Bindings and the Mono(tm) Platform -- this release is the first of a new stable GNOME branch and ships with the latest and greatest releases.

Download GARNOME here.

Cairo 1.0.4
This is a maintenance (bug-fix only) release in the cairo 1.0 series. It is the next such release after 1.0.2 release of last October. (cairo versioning scheme reserves 1.0.3 for the development version between 1.0.2 and 1.0.4.)

Download Cairo here.

GTK+ 2.8.16
This is a quick followup release, to include a bugfix which was accidentally left out of 2.8.15.

Download GTK+ here.


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