Ken VanDine writes “The latest issue of The GNOME Journal has just been published. This regularly published online magazine features original content and commentary for and by the GNOME Community. This second issue covers some technical articles, including CD/DVD creation, connecting to remote resources, and how to get help from the GNOME community. Also, will GNOME pass the Liberal Arts major test?
Developer topics are also covered, as Seth Nickell takes at look at the “Experimental Culture” surrounding GNOME development and Christian Hammond sheds light on the concept of desktop presence.”