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From: Adam Fedor <fedor <at> gnu.org>
Subject: New GNUstep Maintainer
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.lib.gnustep.general
Date: Monday 11th December 2006 05:25:13 UTC (over 10 years ago)
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I'd like to announce that Gregory Casamento has graciously accepted the 
position of Chief Maintainer for GNUstep.  After over 15 years of being 
the Chief Maintainer for GNUstep, I've found I have too many other 
responsibilities to devote as much time to GNUstep as is necessary. I 
still plan on contributing to GNUstep in the future in a lower 
capacity.

Gregory has been a prolific developer for GNUstep for the past seven 
years and is currently the maintainer for Gorm (the graphical interface 
designer) and the GUI library. I think he will make a great choice to 
lead GNUstep in the future.

"GNUstep is a true labor of love for me.   I've been on the project for 
7 years now and I'm very excited about this opportunity to help take 
GNUstep to the next level."
- - Gregory Casamento

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GNUstep is a cross-platform, object-oriented framework for desktop 
application development. Based on the OpenStep specification originally 
created by NeXT (now Apple), GNUstep enables developers to rapidly 
build sophisticated software by employing a large library of reusable 
software components

GNUstep contains almost all the major elements necessary to create a 
truly unique and elegant user desktop experience.

It's noteworthy that in a field of numerous  and highly popular desktop 
and development environments, GNUstep still remains a viable solution, 
perhaps due to  the dedication of a small number of developers who have 
consistently made major contributions to the project over the years. 
GNUstep is also a truly international project, with major developers 
from around the world contributing to it's success. It is no fluke that 
GNUstep has a large following and is used by many corporate and 
individual users around the world.

See www.gnustep.org for more information.
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