GNOME 3 User Days

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There are lots of enthusiastic GNOME users who have questions about the upcoming release, and there are plenty of people who are interested to hear about what GNOME 3 will be like. That’s why I’m really pleased to be able to announce the first GNOME 3 User Day. This will be a great opportunity for people to get involved with the new release, to meet members of the GNOME project, and to find out what’s in store in GNOME 3.

The first GNOME 3 User Day will be held on 15th February on the #gnome IRC channel. We will be running three sessions over the course of the day: 07:00-08:00, 15:00-16:00 and 23:00-24:00 (all times are in UTC). GNOME project members will be on hand during these times to answer your questions and to discuss the new release. Further information, including instructions on how to participate, can be found on the user day wiki page.

So, whether you’re a GNOME user, or you’re just interested in GNOME 3: come along and get involved.

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  3. Virgil Brummond says:

    Sounds like a lot of fun, I might do so. 🙂

  4. paul says:

    I tried it, but did not like it….
    since i am only on ubuntu and do business i switched back to my old gnome ubuntu 10.10 version in order to be productive.

    Would like to help out since i have been gnoming since 2005

    • Allan says:

      Hey Paul,

      It would be great if you came to the user day – we’d really like to hear about your experience.

      [Edit: it’d be great to have your help too!]

  5. Jacob says:

    I will surely be there or at least 2 of these sessions. I have several questions and a few opinions on what should be changed. Still a GNOME supporter.

    • Allan says:


      Yes, we’re hoping to run more sessions in the future. Questions and opinions are both good – come along and share them. And thanks for the support; it’s always appreciated.

      [Edit: sorry, misread your message – looking forward to hearing your views at the sessions!]

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