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Revision as of 02:48, 21 January 2008

The goal of the GNU PDF project is to develop and provide a free, high-quality, complete and portable set of libraries and programs to manage the PDF file format, and associated technologies.

A GNU package
High-priority project

  • 2008-09-13: New development blog
    We have opened a development blog in The entries of the blog are aggregated in the new Planet GNU site:
  • 2008-07-16: GNU PDF switched to GNU Bazaar
    The GNU PDF Project is now using GNU Bazaar as its version control system, replacing CVS. You can find the published branches in Savannah:
  • 2008-05-19: New quality report: API Consistency
    There is a new automatic report available in the web: the API Consistency Report. This report contain the relation of documented functions and the relation of implemented functions. Ideally all documented functions should be implemented.
  • 2008-04-18: New logo design by Antonio Becerro
    Antonio Becerro (a graphics GNU hacker also known as littledog) has designed a really nice logotype for the project. The new logo is already in the project webpage and looks really nice. He is now working in more GNU PDF related artwork such as icons. Many thanks Antonio!
  • 2008-04-16: New #pdf IRC channel in freenode
    We have created the #pdf IRC channel in the freenode network.
  • 2008-03-04: New flyspray installation for tasks management
    We have installed a flyspray in in order to ease the management of the development tasks. The flyspray installation is in
  • 2007-12-06: New webpage style now uses a mediawiki skin adapted from the skin created by Paul Yanchun Gu.
  • 2007-12-05: ISO Ballot for PDF 1.7 Passed
    The proposed ISO 32000 standard successfully passed this critical ballot. The release of the standard is now secured. Read more about this in the Inside PDF blog.
  • 2007-12-04: FSF accepting donations for GNU PDF
    Visit the GNU PDF directed donations page in the FSF website and make your donation today.
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