Welcome to the GNOME Wiki!
This is GNOME's development and community organization space.
To learn how to use the wiki, see the guidelines.
Applications - homepages for GNOME applications.
Projects - pages for GNOME components and software projects.
Teams & Activities - team pages and areas.
Events - pages for conferences and hackfests.
Initiatives - GNOME-wide software initiatives.
Contributing to GNOME
Want to help make GNOME awesome? We have plenty of advice and information for you.
Community - page of how you can contribute to GNOME or get in touch with our community.
Newcomers - an introduction to GNOME development.
GNOME Women - support and advice for women wanting to get involved in GNOME.
Google Summer of Code - summer GNOME internships, provided by Google.
Main development sites:
bugzilla.gnome.org - issue tracking system.
git.gnome.org - code repositories.
developer.gnome.org - tutorials & API reference documentation.
Other useful resources:
Release Schedule & Planning - organization space for the next GNOME release.
Git version control guide - instructions on using Git for GNOME development.
JHBuild - the GNOME build tool.
Maintainer's Corner - useful information for module maintainers.
Hardware - tracking page for hardware that can be lent to the community for development and testing.
Some Interesting Things