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GNU Emacs 23.2 released

http://lists.gnu.org

GNU Emacs is an extensible, customizable text editor—and more. At its core is an interpreter for Emacs Lisp, a dialect of the Lisp programming language with extensions to support text editing. In addition to a large number of bugfixes, 23.2 includes several new packages, such as the CEDET suite of development tools and a new mode for editing Javascript.

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GNU C Library 2.12 released

http://sourceware.org

The GNU C Library, commonly known as glibc, is the C standard library released by the GNU Project. Originally written by the Free Software Foundation for the GNU operating system, the library's development has been overseen by a committee since 2001, with Ulrich Drepper from Red Hat as the lead contributor and maintainer.

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GNU Smalltalk 3.2 released

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"...Main features of the new release include downloading of remote packages (for projects hosted on smalltalk.gnu.org), a new browser based on GTK+, a callgraph profiler and incremental garbage collection. This version can also run the Iliad web framework..."

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GNU HURD in April 2010

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A month of the Hurd: Arch Hurd, updated Debian GNU/Hurd QEMU image, and GSoC students.

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gThumb: The Free Software IrfanView

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"... for a while now, I've been asked the same question on many occasions, a question I did not previously have a good answer to, "Can I use IrfanView with Debian [Ubuntu, Fedora, etc.]".

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guile and emacs and elisp, oh my!

https://jugglingbits.wordpress.com

«Emacs would be faster, more powerful, and have the ability to access all of Guile's facilities -- the Scheme language, other languages implemented for Guile (Javascript, Lua, ...), a proper ffi, dynamically loadable libraries, a module system, the numeric tower (rationals, bignums, etc), Guile's existing libraries, delimited continuations (!), fast bytevector access, native threads, etc.» &mdas

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GNUtrition 0.31 released

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GNUtrition is nutrition analysis software for GNU. The US Department of Agriculture Nutrient Database of Standard Reference is used as the source of food nutrient information. It contains data on 81 nutrients for over 5,000 foods. This release has been updated for Python 2.4 and features various bug fixes & tweeks. The license has been updated to GPLv3.

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GLib 2.25.0 released

http://www.compatdb.org

GLib is the low-level core library that forms the basis for projects such as GTK+ and GNOME. It provides data structure handling for C, portability wrappers, and interfaces for such runtime functionality as an event loop, threads, dynamic loading, and an object system. The GSettings framework has been merged into it.

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GCC 4.5 release series

http://gcc.gnu.org

GCC now requires the MPC library, obsolete architectures support removed, many optimization features, standart conformance, much better parallelization support, debugging, plugins support.

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GNUmed 0.7.0 released

http://linuxmednews.com

This release features a rather unexpected new functionality: visual progress notes. Those are sketches/images (such as visual markers onto templates or clinical photographs) standing side by side with the clinical narrative of any given encounter.

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GNU's definitely too messy for my taste

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I think the end result of GNU software is generally very good, I find the general code very messed up and pretty much unreadable and unusable.

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Lowering the Bar So That Everyone Can Contribute

http://writerofthings.blogspot.com

Lately, the trend of "Anyone can contribute" is taking a turn for the better as established developers and teams are looking at ways to help make it easier for kids to not only program, but contribute to the Free Software community at large.

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Non-free software hidden in your GNU/Linux distribution

http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com

Most people with an interest in software freedom will turn to GNU/Linux as their operating system of choice. Few realize however, that the vast majority of GNU/Linux distros are not entirely free. Imagine migrating away from Windows, only to find that by installing GNU/Linux you are accepting a restrictive Microsoft license!

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Learning GNU Text Utilities

http://www.linux.com

Why text files, specifically? Well, if you're doing much work at the shell on Linux, you'll start encountering a lot of text or files that can behave like text. Log files, configuration files and output from many commands can all be manipulated with the GNU textutils.

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GNU Generation 2.0

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After many successful months of GNU Generation, GNU Generation 2.0 was officially announced at LibrePlanet 2010. This builds upon the original GNU Generation by lowering the entry barrier to free software contribution, and making the program more extensible. So what is new? Let's see...

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