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Release Digest: GNOME, November 15, 2004

Liferea 0.6.2

“Liferea supports a number of different feed formats including
RSS/RDF, CDF, Atom, OCS, and OPML. There are many other news
readers available, but these others are not available for Linux or
require many extra libraries to be installed…”

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Ruby-GNOME2 0.11.0

“Ruby-GNOME2 is a set of Ruby language bindings for the GNOME 2
development environment…”

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wxSFTP 0.2

“wxSFTP aims to be a simple, easy-to-use, and portable SFTP
client…”

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Oregano 0.30.4 (beta)

“Oregano is an application for schematic capture and simulation
of electrical circuits. The actual simulation is performed by
ngSpice or GNU Cap, which is required for simulation, but not
necessary to run the application…”

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Epiphany 1.4.5

“Epiphany is a GNOME web browser based on the mozilla rendering
engine…”

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Gtk# 1.0.4

“Gtk# provides tools to bind GObject based libraries for use by
Mono/.Net applications in addition to a set of assemblies that
binds the Gtk+ libraries and several Gnome libraries…”

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granule 1.1.3

“granule is a flashcard program that implements Leitner cardfile
methodology for learning new words…”

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DebInstaller 0.1.5

“Graphical front end for installing local Debian
packages…”

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Flumotion Streaming Server 0.1.3

“The Flumotion Streaming media server is a streaming media
server with a modern distributed design. It supports streaming in
the royalty free Ogg formats…”

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Mail Notification 0.99

“Mail Notification is a status icon (aka tray icon) that informs
you if you have new mail…”

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gTVListings 0.6 Alpha

“gTVListings is a TV listings management program constructed in
Mono for Gnome using XMLTV to download the listings. Key features
include Searching, Favorites, Show Category, Reminders and Now
& Next…”

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GNU polyxmass 0.8.2

“GNU polyxmass features an integrated mass spectrometry
framework where users are able to define brand new polymer
chemistries (within the polyxdef module), and use these definitions
in order to make simple mass calculations (within the polyxcalc
module) or perform complex simulations of polymer chemistry with
related mass data computations (within the polyxedit
module)…”

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