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Gentoo Monthly Newsletter Archives
30 November 2013
|| Interview with Richard Freeman, Gentoo as a development environment for
31 October 2013
||GSOC 2013, SELinux System Administration, Council, Conferences
|30 November 2008
||Kernel team, Incognito, Gentoo-wiki returns...
|30 September 2008
||EAPI-2 approved, Gentoo-Quebec training, iotop...
|31 August 2008
||PHP4 removal, GSOC interview, new Gentoo-based distributions...
|28 July 2008
||2008.0 release, Gentoo at Peel Fresco Music Lounge and more...
|30 June 2008
||LinuxTag and FliSoL, GSOC interview, Gentoo in space...
|26 May 2008
||Gentoo Foundation status, GSOC interview, Network monitoring...
|24 April 2008
||Summer of Code 2008, Interview with Hyves, Speedup Boot time...
|17 March 2008
||Trustee election results, conference summaries...
|18 February 2008
||Trustee elections, How a team works, Graphical statistics...
|21 January 2008
||Inaugural issue of the GMN, Planet Gentoo roundup, ATI drivers update...
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