GNOME Foundation would be the right people, but what makes a "GNOME Application"
has been a really hot topic in GNOME for years. So I doubt we'd find resolution to
that on a reasonable schedule.
They've introduced "GNOME Circle" now, but the requirements are weird. Seems
like they're still focused on "open washing" for Red Hat/IBM.
Good idea Ted,
I'd be happy to have Gtk on the sponsors web page, is there someone on
their side who could reciprocate?
On Mon, 2020-11-30 at 09:27 -0600, Ted Gould wrote:
> Awesome, I think that's a good idea. I'd love to see our website be a
> generic deployment of upstream and a config file (and a database of
> Wondering whether we shouldn't be doing similar things with many of
> our dependencies. The first one that comes to mind is GTK+. Clearly
> not every minor dep, but we do have some major ones.
> On Nov 19 2020, at 5:20 am, Martin Owens <doctormo(a)geek-2.com> wrote:
> > Website update,
> > I've added djangoCMS to the website on request from the djangoCMS
> > project. They've added Inkscape to their website too, you can see
> > it
> > here https://www.django-cms.org/en/partnerships/
> > Added here: https://inkscape.org/support-us/sponsors/
> > (infrastructure)
> > Background: djangoCMS is a project we've used for a long time for
> > our
> > inkscape website (inkscape.org
) and they are undergoing reforms to
> > make
> > their project more sustainable. Hopefully a positive relationship
> > will
> > help make the website a little cheaper to maintain (especially if
> > we
> > can upstream some of our patches).
> > Best Regards, Martin Owens
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