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Deep Fried Bytes 16: Discussions about Gnome, Linux and Software Development with Luis Villa – Part 1

Posted by Keith Elder | Posted in Podcast | Posted on 30-10-2008

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Have you ever wondered how Gnome got started?  What about how to pronounce it? In this episode we sit down with Luis Villa, a well known open source community member, and get the scoop on how Gnome got started as well as discuss open source licenses and more.  Luis also gave us his take on Office and the impact it has had on Linux.  It was a great conversation, so great in fact we had to break it into two parts. 

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