The GNOME Foundation
 

Organization Summary

The GNOME Foundation is a non-profit organization that furthers the goals of the GNOME Project, helping it to create a free software computing platform for the general public that is designed to be elegant, efficient, and easy to use.
While the many GNOME contributors develop code, smash bugs, write documentation, and help users, the Foundation acts as a guiding hand in the process and provides resources and infrastructure. It steers releases, determines what software is officially part of the Project, and acts as the official face of the GNOME Project to the outside world, though it delegates most of its authority to specialized teams.

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Organization Type:
Non-Profit
Links:
 Homepage
Managers:
Javier Jardón
302,051 commits by
535 outside people on
1 of 1 projects
2,030 commits by
2 of 2 people on
108 outside projects

Portfolio Projects

 
Name   Primary Language I Use This Community Rating 12-month Activity & Year-on-Year Change
Contributors Commits
GNOME GNOME
C
2447
4.28125
   
  Affiliated:  1 19 -17 (47%)
  Outside:    938 +77 (8%) 42305 +2002 (4%)