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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
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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.
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Updated: 23 Apr 1999 bkuhn