Endless Is The Latest Company To Join GNOME's Advisory Board

Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 4 February 2016 at 12:29 PM EST. 4 Comments
Endless Computer, the company designing Linux-powered computers -- and using a modified GNOME desktop -- for emerging markets, has joined the GNOME Advisory Board.

Endless develops "computers designed for the entire world" with their Endless PC retailing for $189 USD and The Endless Mini for $79 USD. The Endless Mini is ARM-powered while the more expensive unit features an Intel Celeron CPU.

With Endless OS heavily utilizing GNOME, the company has decided now to join their Advisory Board. The GNOME Advisory Board is where companies pay $10,000 USD per year (or $20,000 per year if more than 50 employees) to help "guide the overall direction of GNOME and the GNOME Foundation."

Endless now joins the likes of SUSE, Red Hat, Debian, Intel, the Linux Foundation, The Document Foundation, and others in being part of this advisory board. More details can be found via this morning's press release.
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