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We have created a Free Software Job Page. Those with free software jobs available are encouraged to submit entries here.

We are pleased to announce that the EGCS Steering Committee is taking over as GNU maintainer of the GNU C Compiler . The Committee will change its name to the GCC Steering Committee and will, as a GNU maintainer, have responsibility for deciding what changes to install, fixing bugs, and making releases.

We have released GNOME 1.0, the GNU Network Object Model Environment. You can get it from ftp://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/ or one of its mirrors

Would you like to help the webmaster team? We are currently looking for artists who would like to contribute GNU, FSF and free software related art for our use. In our Art Gallery you will find a list of art currently used on this server, manuals and several other places. Please send any contributions and comments on this revised page to <web-comments@gnu.org>.

Comments on the Wassenaar agreement which is an international export control agreement.

We released the 13th edition GNU Source Code CD-ROM Set in March.

We presented the first Free Software Award in October.

We released GNU Software for MS-Windows and MS-DOS on CD-ROM, with a booklet overview, in August.

For whats new on this server, see What's new.

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The GNU Project started in 1984 to develop a complete free Unix-like operating system. Variants of the GNU system, using Linux as the kernel, are now widely used; though often called ``Linux'', they are more accurately called GNU/Linux systems. The first test release of ``the'' GNU system, using the GNU Hurd as the kernel, was made in August 1996.

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