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The GNOME project is an international effort to create an easy-to-use computing platform built entirely from free software. This goal includes creating tools which help developers write new stand-alone application software, selecting applications for inclusion in the official product, and working on what is known as the desktop environment — the programs which manage application launching, file handling, and window and task management.
In August 2000 the GNOME Foundation, a non-profit organization, was set up to deal with administrative tasks, press interest and to act as a contact point for companies interested in developing GNOME software. While not directly involved in technical decisions, the Foundation does coordinate releases and decide which projects will be part of GNOME. Membership is open to anyone who has made a non-trivial contribution to the project. Members of the Foundation elect a board of directors every November, and candidates for the positions must be members themselves.
GNOME is the default desktop on many different UNIX-like distributions, including Solaris, originally branded as part of the Java Desktop System, or JDS. The JDS Project continues to track upstream GNOME, and integrate it into future Solaris releases. __________________________________ "On est responsable de l'époque où on vit, de la situation où on est. J'ai toujours cru qu'un intellectuel doit intervenir dans la société."