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The blog website of GRAMPS is at http://blog.gramps-project.org/  
 
The blog website of GRAMPS is at http://blog.gramps-project.org/  
  
== Articles you might like to read ==
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== Blog entries you might like to read ==
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=48 Fun with the names] : this gives an overview of release names from the beginning until 2.2.1
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=48 Fun with the names] : this gives an overview of release names from the beginning until 2.2.1
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=46 More ado about Windows port] : was windows support a good idea?
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=46 More ado about Windows port] : was windows support a good idea?
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=39 Looking Back Over 5 Years] : How GRAMPS came into existence
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=39 Looking Back Over 5 Years] : How GRAMPS came into existence
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=31 And now for something completely different…] : The problems with an ''"open"'' mailing lists, a sad story...  
 
* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=31 And now for something completely different…] : The problems with an ''"open"'' mailing lists, a sad story...  
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=20 On the brink of 2.0.0 …] : 2.0.0 ... how long ago is that again?
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=16 An introduction] : Rarara, who is this?
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=15 Cross-cultural research] : Many people apparently have these problems. We are all related after all, aren't we?
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=12 A busy week] : the start of the scratch-pad and the IRC list starts to attract people
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=9 Plans for hosting user data] : the start of the family web pages
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=3 Grandpap Allingham]
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=1 First post?] Somehow, GRAMPS always succeeds in missing the first number..
  
== Who is who? ==
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== Some more recent entries ==
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=70 What are Gramplets?] : what are Gramplets?
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* [http://blog.gramps-project.org/?p=66 Gramps is not a web browser...yes?] : Gramps is not a web browser
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== Who is who on the blog? ==
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* Don : Founder of GRAMPS, US citizen.
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* Alex : ''It takes two, to make a dream come true''. Second main developer, US citizen.
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* Richard : serious GRAMPS coder, UK citizen.
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Revision as of 15:46, 22 December 2010

The blog website of GRAMPS is at http://blog.gramps-project.org/

Blog entries you might like to read

Some more recent entries

Who is who on the blog?

  • Don : Founder of GRAMPS, US citizen.
  • Alex : It takes two, to make a dream come true. Second main developer, US citizen.
  • Richard : serious GRAMPS coder, UK citizen.