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GNOME

GNOME is a desktop environment and graphical user interface that runs on top of a computer operating system. It is composed entirely of free and open source software. It is an international project that includes creating software development frameworks, selecting application software for the desktop, and working on the programs that manage application launching, file handling, and window and task management.

X Window System 1999 software GNOME GNU Project software Free software programmed in C
Valve Corporation

Valve Corporation (also known as Valve Software or simply as Valve, and stylized as VALV) is an American video game development and digital distribution company based in Bellevue, Washington, United States. Founded in 1996 by former Microsoft employees Gabe Newell and Mike Harrington, Valve became famous from its critically acclaimed Half-Life series, (the first game released in November 1998).

International Game Developers Association members Valve Corporation Video game development companies Video game publishers Companies based in Bellevue, Washington Companies established in 1996 Companies based in Kirkland, Washington Video game companies of the United States
Gnome

A gnome /ˈnoʊm/ is a diminutive spirit in Renaissance magic and alchemy, first introduced by Paracelsus and later adopted by more recent authors including those of modern fantasy literature. Its characteristics have been reinterpreted to suit the needs of various story-tellers, but it is typically said to be a small, humanoid creature that lives underground.

Dwarf-like creatures European legendary creatures Fairies European folklore Deities, spirits, and mythic beings
Bristol Jupiter

The Bristol Jupiter was a British nine-cylinder single-row piston radial engine built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company. Originally designed late in World War I and known as the Cosmos Jupiter, a lengthy series of upgrades and developments turned it into one of the finest engines of its era. The Jupiter was widely used on many aircraft designs during the 1920s and 1930s. Thousands of Jupiters of all versions were produced, both by Bristol and abroad under license.

Radial engines Aircraft piston engines 1910–1919 Bristol aircraft engines
MPlayer

MPlayer is a free and open source media player. The program is available for all major operating systems, including Linux and other Unix-like systems, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Versions for OS/2, Syllable, AmigaOS, MorphOS and AROS Research Operating System are also available. The Windows version works, with some minor problems, also in DOS using HX DOS Extender. A port for DOS using DJGPP is also available. A version for the Wii Homebrew Channel has also emerged.

Mac OS X media players Linux DVD players Linux media players GTK media players Free video software Software derived from or incorporating Wine Free software programmed in C Amiga media players Windows media players Cross-platform software 2000 software Free media players Free music software Portable software SVGAlib programs
Gnome Press

Gnome Press was an American small-press publishing company primarily known for publishing many science fiction classics. The company was founded in 1948 by Martin Greenberg and David A. Kyle. Many of Gnome's titles were reprinted in England by Boardman Books. Martin Greenberg of Gnome Press was a New York science fiction fan and member of the Hydra Club, not to be confused with the later Martin H. Greenberg the SF anthologist. David A.

Science fiction publishers Companies disestablished in 1962 Small press publishers Publishing companies established in 1948 Defunct book publishing companies of the United States
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Travelocity

Travelocity is an online travel agency and wholly owned subsidiary of Sabre Holdings Corporation, which was a publicly traded company until taken private by Silver Lake Partners and Texas Pacific Group in March 2007. Travelocity is based in Southlake, Texas, with additional offices in New York City, San Francisco, San Antonio and abroad. According to Sabre Holdings, Travelocity is the sixth-largest travel agency in the United States and the second-largest online travel agency.

Online travel agencies Travel websites Internet properties established in 1996 Online retail companies of the United States
List of Invader Zim episodes

Invader Zim is an American animated television series that was produced by, and subsequently aired on Nickelodeon. The series revolves around an extraterrestrial named Zim from the planet Irk and his ongoing mission to conquer and/or destroy a dark and satirical version of the Earth.

Lists of science fiction television series episodes Invader Zim Lists of American animated television series episodes
Tomte

A tomte, nisse or '"tomtenisse"', nisse or tonttu is a humanoid mythical creature of Scandinavian folklore. The tomte or nisse was believed to take care of a farmer's home and children and protect them from misfortune, in particular at night, when the housefolk were asleep. The Swedish name tomte is derived from a place of residence and area of influence: the house lot or tomt.

Scandinavian legendary creatures Tutelary Danish folklore Holiday characters Fairies Christmas characters
Garden gnome

A garden gnome or lawn gnome is a figurine of a small humanoid creature, usually wearing a pointy hat, produced for the purpose of ornamentation and protection from evil sorcery, typically of gardens or on lawns. These figurines originate in 19th century Germany, where they became known as Gartenzwerg. The application of the term gnome in English is first attested in the 1930s.

Backyards Garden ornaments German inventions 19th century in Germany Figurines
Nome King

The Nome King is a fictional character in L. Frank Baum's Oz books. Although the Wicked Witch of the West is the most famous of Oz's villains (thanks to the popular 1939 film The Wizard of Oz), the Nome King is the closest the book series has to a main antagonist.

Fictional fairies and sprites Fictional dictators Fictional kings Oz characters Fictional characters introduced in 1907 Fictional immortals
Hogfather

Hogfather is the 20th Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett, and a 1997 British Fantasy Award nominee. The Hogfather is also a character in the book, representing something akin to Father Christmas. He grants children's wishes on Hogswatchnight (December 32) and brings them presents. He also features in other Discworld novels.

1990s fantasy novels Books set within one day Discworld books 1996 novels
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Gnome Monosoupape

The Monosoupape, was a rotary engine design first introduced in 1913 by Gnome Engine Company (since 1915 called Gnome et Rhône). It used a clever arrangement of internal transfer ports and a single valve to replace a large number of moving parts found on more conventional rotary engines, and made the Monosoupape engines some of the most reliable of the era. British aircraft designer Thomas Sopwith described the Monosoupape as "one of the greatest single advances in aviation".

Air-cooled aircraft piston engines Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1910–1919 Rotary aircraft piston engines
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Nautilus (file manager)

Nautilus is the official file manager for the GNOME desktop. The name is a play on words, evoking the shell of a nautilus to represent an operating system shell. Nautilus replaced Midnight Commander in GNOME 1.4 and was the default from version 2.0 onwards. Nautilus was the flagship product of the now-defunct Eazel Inc. Released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, Nautilus is free software.

2001 software Free file managers Free software programmed in C
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Gnome Lambda

The Gnome 7 Lambda was a French designed, seven-cylinder, air-cooled rotary aero engine that was produced under license in Britain and Germany. Powering several World War I era aircraft types it was claimed to produce 80 horsepower (60 kW) from its capacity of 12 litres (720 cubic inches) although recorded figures are lower. Just under 1,000 units were produced in Britain, the majority (967) by the Daimler Motor Company of Coventry. A 14-cylinder variant was known as the Gnome 14 Lambda-Lambda.

Air-cooled aircraft piston engines Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1910–1919 Rotary aircraft piston engines
GNOME Shell

GNOME Shell is the core user interface of the GNOME desktop environment starting with version 3, which was released on April 6, 2011. It provides basic functionality like switching between windows and launching applications. It replaces GNOME Panel and other software components from GNOME 2 to offer a user experience that breaks from the previous model of desktop metaphor, used in earlier versions of GNOME.

GNOME User interfaces
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Svirfneblin

In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, svirfneblin, or deep gnomes, are a sub-race of gnome.

Dungeons & Dragons humanoids Forgotten Realms creatures
Gnome Omega

The Gnome 7 Omega (commonly called the Gnome 50 hp) is a French seven-cylinder, air-cooled aero engine. It was shown at the Paris Aero Salon held in December 1908 and was first flown in 1909. It was the world's first rotary engine produced in quantity, and its introduction revolutionized the aviation industry and it was used by many early aircraft. It produced 50 horsepower (37 kW) from its capacity of 8 litres (488 cubic inches).

Air-cooled aircraft piston engines Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1900–1909 Rotary aircraft piston engines
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The World of David the Gnome

The World of David the Gnome, originally titled David el Gnomo (also known as David, the Gnome), is a Spanish animated television series based on the children's book The Secret Book of Gnomes, by the Dutch author Wil Huygen and illustrator Rien Poortvliet.

Television programs based on children's books Spanish animated television series 1985 American television series endings Spanish children's television series Fantasy television series Television series by Cookie Jar Entertainment 1985 American television series debuts
Bristol Titan

The Bristol Titan was a British five-cylinder air-cooled radial engine, designed and built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company in the late 1920s. It had the same size cylinders as the earlier Bristol Mercury engine, 5.75 in x 6.5 in (844 cu in/13.8 L) and produced between 200-240 hp. Later versions of the Bristol Titan also used a Farman style reduction gear produced by Gnome-Rhône.

Aircraft piston engines 1920–1929 Radial engines Bristol aircraft engines
Beagle (software)

Beagle is a search system for Linux and other such modern Unix-like systems, enabling the user to search documents, chat logs, email and contact lists in a similar way to Spotlight in Mac OS X, and Windows Search or Google Desktop (third party) under Linux or Microsoft Windows. It is not actively developed. Beagle grew out of Dashboard, an early Mono-based application for watching and presenting useful information from a user's computer.

Desktop search engines Free software programmed in C Sharp Mono project applications
Fairy (Artemis Fowl)

Fairies, in the fantasy series Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer, are beings, usually shorter than a human, who possess magic properties. The average height of a fairy is exactly 1 metre, one centimetre. All the fairies have retreated below the Earth to escape the destructiveness of the human race. Their underground civilization is centered around the capital city of Haven. Fairies are vernacularly known as the People, and live a life according to the Book of the People.

Artemis Fowl Fictional life forms
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PackageKit

PackageKit is an open source and free suite of software applications designed to provide a consistent and high-level front end for a number of different package management systems. PackageKit was created by Richard Hughes. The suite is ostensibly cross-platform, though it is primarily targeted at Linux distributions which follow the interoperability standards set out by the freedesktop. org group.

Applications using D-Bus Software that uses Qt Free package management systems
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Gnome (Dragonlance)

Gnomes (South Park)

"Gnomes" is the seventeenth episode of the second season of the animated television series South Park, and the 30th episode of the series overall. "Gnomes" originally aired in the United States on December 16, 1998 on Comedy Central. This episode marks the first appearance of Tweek and his parents.

South Park (season 2) episodes 1998 television episodes Underwear
GNOME Foundation

The GNOME Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, coordinating the efforts in the GNOME project.

Non-profit organizations based in Massachusetts GNOME Organizations based in Cambridge, Massachusetts Free software project foundations
GNOME Panel

GNOME Panel is a highly configurable launcher and taskbar for GNOME. It forms a core part of the GNOME desktop. It has been replaced in GNOME 3. x by default with GNOME Shell, which only works with the Mutter window manager. GNOME Panel serves as Fallback Mode when Mutter can not be executed, although it can still be activated if a user still wishes to use it as their default desktop.

Application launchers GNOME
Flying Teapot (album)

Flying Teapot is an album by Gong, originally released by Virgin in 1973. A later edition (with different cover art) was issued by BYG in France and Japan in 1976. Co-titled "Radio Gnome Invisible Part 1", it is the first of the Radio Gnome Trilogy of albums, and was followed by Angel's Egg and You. The Trilogy forms a central part of the Gong mythology.

Gong albums Albums produced by Giorgio Gomelsky 1973 albums
GNOME Users And Developers European Conference

The GNOME Users And Developers European Conference, (GUADEC) is an annual conference taking place in Europe, whose topic is the development of the GNOME desktop environment. The first GUADEC was organised by Mathieu Lacage as a one-off event and attracted around seventy GNOME contributors. It was the first time many of them had met in person. The conference was judged a success, and has been held annually in different locations since then, organised by local volunteers.

GNOME Recurring events established in 2000 Free-software conferences
GNOME Terminal

GNOME Terminal is a terminal emulator for the GNOME desktop environment written by Havoc Pennington and others. Terminal emulators allow users to execute commands using a real UNIX shell while remaining on their graphical desktop.

GNOME Free terminal emulators
Enclave (video game)

Enclave is a third-person 3D action game from Starbreeze Studios, released for Microsoft Windows and Xbox in 2003. A Wii port, called Enclave: Shadows of Twilight, was originally slated for the middle of June 2010. In this game, set in a medieval fantasy realm, players can choose to take on the role of either a "Warrior of Light" or a "Minion of Darkness", complete with separate and unique missions reflecting the nature of that decision.

Starbreeze Studios games Video games with 3D graphics Third-person shooters 2002 video games Fantasy video games Windows games Xbox games Cancelled Nintendo GameCube games
GnomeVFS

GnomeVFS is short for GNOME Virtual File System. It provides an abstraction layer for the reading, writing and execution of files. It was primarily used by the Nautilus file manager and other GNOME applications before GNOME 2.22. A cause of confusion is the fact that the file system abstraction used by the Linux kernel is also called the virtual file system (VFS) layer. This is however at a lower level.

GNOME
Travelling gnome prank

The travelling gnome prank is the practice of returning a garden gnome "to the wild". It involves stealing a gnome, taking it on a trip, and photographing it at famous landmarks, with the photos being returned to the owner. There are many clubs and organizations dedicated to the prank. The best-known of these is the Garden Gnome Liberation Front.

Practical jokes
Recurring in-jokes in Private Eye

The fortnightly British satirical magazine Private Eye has long had a reputation for using euphemistic and irreverent substitute names and titles for persons, groups and organisations and has coined a number of expressions to describe sex, drugs, alcohol and other aspects of human activity. Over the years these names and expressions have become in-jokes, used frequently in the magazine without explanation.

Private Eye
Rolls-Royce Gnome

The Rolls-Royce Gnome is a single spool turboshaft engine originally developed by the de Havilland Engine Company as a licence-built General Electric T58—a mid 1950s design. The Gnome came to Rolls-Royce after their takeover of Bristol Siddeley in 1966, Bristol having absorbed de Havilland Engines Limited in 1961. A free-turbine turboshaft, it was used in helicopters such as the Westland Sea King and Westland Whirlwind. The design was sub-licensed to Alfa-Romeo.

De Havilland aircraft engines Turboshaft engines 1950–1959 Rolls-Royce aircraft gas turbine engines
The Gnome King of Oz

The Gnome King of Oz is the twenty-first in the series of Oz books created by L. Frank Baum and his successors, and the seventh by Ruth Plumly Thompson. Like nineteen of the twenty previous books, it was illustrated by John R. Neill.

1927 novels Oz books
The Laughing Gnome

"The Laughing Gnome" is a song by David Bowie. A pastiche of songs by one of Bowie's early influences, Anthony Newley, it was originally released as a novelty single on Deram Records in 1967, the track consisted of the singer meeting and conversing with the creature of the title, whose sped-up voice (created by Bowie and studio engineer Gus Dudgeon) delivered a number of puns on the word 'gnome'. At the time, "The Laughing Gnome" failed to provide Bowie with a much-wanted chart single.

David Bowie songs Deram Records singles Songs written by David Bowie 1967 singles Songs produced by Mike Vernon (producer) Novelty songs
GNOME Display Manager

GDM (the GNOME Display Manager) provides a simpler to use alternative display manager for the X Window System's XDM. The X Window System by default uses the XDM display manager. However, resolving XDM configuration issues typically involves editing a configuration file. GDM allows users to customize or troubleshoot settings without having to resort to a command line. Users can pick their session type on a per-login basis.

GNOME X display managers
Eye of GNOME

Eye of GNOME (EOG) is the official image viewer for the GNOME desktop environment. Unlike some other image viewers, Eye of GNOME will only display images. It does, however, provide basic effects for improved viewing, such as zooming, fullscreen, rotation, and transparent image background control.

GNOME Linux image viewers Free image viewers Applications using D-Bus
The Gnome-Mobile

The Gnome-Mobile is a 1967 Disney musical film, directed by Robert Stevenson. It was one of the last films personally produced by Walt Disney. It was based on a 1936 book by Upton Sinclair entitled The Gnomobile. Walter Brennan gives a double performance as D.J. Mulrooney, the kind-hearted lumber tycoon of Irish descent; and as the irascible 943 year-old gnome Knobby.

Fictional automobiles Films set in California 1967 films Disney films Films directed by Robert Stevenson
Sir Harold and the Gnome King

Sir Harold and the Gnome King is a fantasy novella written by science fiction and fantasy author L. Sprague de Camp as part of the Harold Shea series he originated in collaboration with Fletcher Pratt and later continued with Christopher Stasheff. It was first published in the 1990 World Fantasy Convention Program Book.

Novellas Fantasy short stories 1990 short stories Short stories by L. Sprague de Camp Oz books
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GNOME Do

GNOME Do (often referred to as Do) is a popular, free application launcher for GNU/Linux originally created by David Siegel, and currently maintained by Alex Launi. Unlike other application launchers, it not only allows searching for applications and files but it also allows specifying actions to perform on search results.

Mono project applications Applications using D-Bus GNOME Application launchers Free software programmed in C Sharp
Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror

"Lawn Gnome Beach Party of Terror" is the second broadcast episode of the animated television series Phineas and Ferb. In it, stepbrothers Phineas and Ferb construct an elaborate beach complex in order to survive the intense heat wave that has struck their city. Meanwhile, the boys' pet platypus, Perry, successfully halts the destruction of all the lawn gnomes in the tri-state area by his arch nemesis, Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz.

2007 television episodes Phineas and Ferb episodes
GNOME Games

GNOME Games is a collection of 16 computer games that is part of the standard open-source GNOME desktop environment. It currently includes the following games: AisleRiot (or "sol") - A suite of Solitaire card games. Chess (or GlChess) - A chess game. Five or more - A Color Lines clone Four-in-a-row - A Connect Four clone Iagno - An clone of Reversi Klotski - A sliding block puzzle game Lightsoff Quadrapassel - A Tetris clone (previously called Gnometris prior to October 2009).

Open source video games Linux games
Paulus the woodgnome

Paulus the woodgnome (Dutch: Paulus de boskabouter) was a newspaper comic strip and children's book character, created by Jan van Oort in the period 1946–1985. Paulus is the keeper of a wood, supported by his friends Oehoeboeroe, Salomo and Gregorius. Their counterplayers are Eucalypta the witch, and her assistant Krakras. The series started as a newspaper comic strip in Het Vrije Volk.

British television programmes Children's books Dutch comic strips
The Gnome

"The Gnome" is a song by British psychedelic rock band Pink Floyd. It was written by the band's first leader, Syd Barrett. "The Gnome" is the 8th song on their debut album, The Piper at the Gates of Dawn.

Psychedelic songs Songs written by Syd Barrett Pop ballads Pink Floyd songs 1967 songs
Comparison of X Window System desktop environments

A desktop environment is a collection of software designed to give functionality and a certain look and feel to an operating system. This article applies to operating systems which are capable of running the X Window System, mostly Unix and Unix-like operating systems such as Linux, Solaris, FreeBSD, and Mac OS X. Microsoft Windows is incapable of natively running X applications; however, third-party X servers like Cygwin/X or Xming are available.

Software comparisons Desktop environments
GIO (GNOME)

GIO is a software library from the GNOME software stack designed to present programmers with a modern and usable interface to a virtual file system. It allows applications to access local and remote files with a single consistent API, which was designed "to overcome the shortcomings of GnomeVFS" and be "so good that developers prefer it over raw POSIX calls. " It ships as a separate library, libgio-2.0, bundled with GLib.

GNOME Applications using D-Bus
Accessibility Toolkit

In computing, Accessibility Toolkit (ATK) refers in particular to the GNOME ATK. The GNOME ATK, a developer toolkit, allows programmers to use common GNOME accessibility features in their applications. This includes such features as high-contrast visual themes for the visually impaired and keyboard behaviour modifiers for those with diminished motor control.

GNOME Accessibility API GTK+
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Gnome (rhetoric)

A gnome is a type of saying, especially an aphorism or a maxim designed to provide instruction in a compact form. The term gnome was introduced by Klaus Berger in the Formgeschichte des Neuen Testaments. He used this traditional term from the antique rhetoric and attempted to identify this rhetoric method in the New Testament.

Rhetoric
Where is my Gnome?

Where is my Gnome? was a series of viral marketing ads used by Travelocity in early 2004. The ads consisted of a man named "Bill" looking for his garden gnome. On January 3, the Boston Herald and the Boston Globe had these ads on their publication. The ads were inspired by the travelling gnome prank. Since the initiation of the ad campaign, the "Roaming Gnome" has become the de facto mascot of Travelocity.

Television commercials Advertising characters
Seahorse (software)

Seahorse is a GNOME front-end application for managing PGP and SSH keys. Seahorse integrates with Nautilus, gedit and Evolution for encryption, decryption and other operations. It has HKP and LDAP key server support. The program is based on GNU Privacy Guard (GPG) and is released as free software under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

GNOME Password managers PGP Free software programmed in C
Elementals (DC Comics)

The Elementals are a fictional team of superheroes published by DC Comics. They first appeared in Super Friends #14 (October 1978), and were created by E. Nelson Bridwell and Ramona Fradon.

Comics characters introduced in 1978
Hemitomes

Hemitomes is a monotypic genus of plants containing the single species Hemitomes congestum, which is known as gnome plant and cone plant. This rare and unusual plant is native to the west coast of North America from British Columbia to California, where it grows in dense, dark forests such as the redwood forests of the region. This is small, fleshy, stemless perennial plant forming lumps in the leaf litter. It is white, yellowish, or reddish-pink in color.

Eudicot genera Ericaceae Monotypic plant genera
GNOME Keyring

GNOME Keyring is a daemon application designed to take care of the user's security credentials, such as user names and passwords. The sensitive data is encrypted and stored in a keyring file in the user's home folder. The default keyring uses the login password for encryption, so users don't need to remember yet another password. GNOME Keyring is implemented as a daemon and uses the process name gnome-keyring-daemon.

Password managers
Project Gnome

Project Gnome was the first nuclear test of the Plowshare program and was the first continental nuclear weapon test since Trinity to be conducted outside of the Nevada Test Site. It was tested in southeastern New Mexico, approximately 40 km (25 mi) southeast of Carlsbad, New Mexico.

American nuclear explosive tests Explosions in the United States 20th-century explosions Eddy County, New Mexico American nuclear test sites 1961 in the United States
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Gordon the Garden Gnome

Gordon the Garden Gnome is a British animated children's television series aimed at getting children interested in gardening. The series premiered on CBeebies in 2005. Gordon is a cartoon garden gnome, whose voice is provided by Alan Titchmarsh. The series also aired in the United States on Cartoon Network's Tickle-U television programming block.

Horticulture and gardening television 2005 television series debuts BBC children's television programmes British animated television series
List of GNOME applications

This is a list of applications designed for use with the GNOME desktop environment.

GNOME
Garden gnome liberationists

Garden gnome liberationists are individuals and groups advocating the "freedom" of garden gnomes, small decorative ceramic bearded characters, often by stealing them and moving them to new locations. The phenomenon and the liberationists have received substantial media coverage and been featured in films, television and local news stories.

Organizations based in France Organisations based in Italy Clandestine groups Garden features Pranksters
Gnome Gamma

The Gnome 7 Gamma was a French designed, seven-cylinder, air-cooled rotary aero engine. Powering several pre-World War I era aircraft types it produced 70 horsepower (52 kW) from its capacity of 12 litres (680 cubic inches). A 14-cylinder variant was known as the Gnome 14 Gamma-Gamma.

Air-cooled aircraft piston engines Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1910–1919 Rotary aircraft piston engines
Gnome (disambiguation)

Rock gnome lichen

Rock gnome lichen (Gymnoderma lineare) is a squamulose lichen belonging to the reindeer moss family. It is found in the higher elevations of the southern Appalachians. Populations are only known to exist in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The lichen occurs only in frequent fog, or in deep river gorges. Because of its specialized habitat requirements and heavy collection for scientific purposes, the lichen has been listed as an endangered species since January 18th, 1995.

Flora of Appalachia (United States) Flora of North Carolina Lecanorales Lichens Flora of South Carolina Flora of Tennessee Flora of Georgia (U.S. state)
Gnome King Kyrië

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Sad Gnome Records

Sad Gnome Records is a small, independent record label, based in Oslo (Norway) and London (UK). It was established in 2006 with the purpose of releasing The Indelicates' first single, We Hate The Kids. 2007 saw Sad Gnome expand, putting out debut singles by Remodel, Joe Rybicki and My Name Is Red. In December 2007, they released A Sad Gnome's Dream, a free, limited edition, download only compilation featuring exclusive or rare tracks from the label's roster and friends.

Alternative rock record labels Norwegian record labels British independent record labels Record labels established in 2006
De Havilland Gnome

Ingrid's Back

Gnome Ranger II: Ingrid's Back is a text adventure game by Level 9 released in 1988. It is the sequel to Gnome Ranger

DOS games 1988 video games Amiga games Commodore 64 games ZX Spectrum games MSX games Atari 8-bit family games Interactive fiction Amstrad PCW games Amstrad CPC games BBC Micro and Acorn Electron games Atari ST games
Gnome sort

Gnome sort, originally proposed by Hamid Sarbazi-Azad in 2000 and called Stupid sort (not to be confused with Bogosort), and then later on described by Dick Grune and named "Gnome sort", is a sorting algorithm which is similar to insertion sort, except that moving an element to its proper place is accomplished by a series of swaps, as in bubble sort. It is conceptually simple, requiring no nested loops. The running time is O, but tends towards O(n) if the list is initially almost sorted.

Sorting algorithms Comparison sorts Stable sorts
Gnome-screenshot

gnome-screenshot is a utility used in the GNOME Desktop Environment for taking screenshots. It is a part of the GNOME Utilities (gnome-utils) package. It provides several options, including capturing the whole desktop or just a single window, a time delay function, and some image effects. Similar applications include Shutter, which provides more options, and KSnapshot in KDE.

GNOME GNU Project software Screenshot software
Gnome-screensaver

gnome-screensaver is the GNOME project's official screen blanking and locking framework. On some GNOME-based Linux distributions, it is used instead of the framework that is a part of XScreenSaver. On these systems, the screen savers themselves still come from the XScreenSaver collection. gnome-screensaver is just the user interface.

Screensavers
GNOME Commander

GNOME Commander is a 'two panel' graphical file manager for GNOME. It is built using the GTK+ toolkit and GnomeVFS. GNOME Commander aims to fulfill the demands of more advanced users who like to focus on file management, their work through special applications and running smart commands.

GNOME Free file managers Orthodox file managers GTK+
Gnome deities

In many campaign settings for the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, the gnome pantheon of gods, also called the Lords of the Golden Hills, consists of the leader, Garl Glittergold, as well as Baervan Wildwanderer, Baravar Cloakshadow, Flandal Steelskin, Gaerdal Ironhand, Nebelun, Segojan Earthcaller, and Urdlen.

Forgotten Realms deities Dungeons & Dragons deities Greyhawk deities
Gnome Fruit-eating Bat

The Gnome Fruit-eating Bat, Artibeus gnomus, is a bat species from South America. It is found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guyana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname and Venezuela.

Artibeus Bats of South America Mammals of Brazil
Roaming Gnome

GnomeBaker

GnomeBaker is a free CD/DVD authoring application for Unix-like computer operating systems. It is based on GNOME desktop environment.

GNOME Linux CD/DVD writing software Free optical disc authoring software Free software programmed in C
Gnomes (Discworld)

Gnome Delta

The Gnome 9 Delta was a French designed, nine-cylinder, air-cooled rotary aero engine that was produced under license in Britain. Powering several World War I era aircraft types it produced 100 horsepower (75 kW) from its capacity of 16 litres (990 cubic inches).

Air-cooled aircraft piston engines Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1900–1909 Rotary aircraft piston engines
The GNOME Project

The GNOME Project is a community behind the GNOME software platform. It consists of the software developers, artists and active users of GNOME.

GNOME
Dropline GNOME

Dropline GNOME is a version of the GNOME desktop environment intended for use in Slackware. As Slackware has not included GNOME since 2005, Dropline GNOME is an option for Slackware users who wish to use GNOME as their desktops. Dropline GNOME 2.26.3 was released on August 8, 2009. The development team is working for the next release, the Gnome 2.28.

GNOME Slackware
GNOME System Tools

Gnome System Tools (GST), previously known as Ximian Setup Tools and Helix Setup Tools, is a set of configuration programs for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. The tools consist of a set of 'backends' (scripts written in Perl) which manipulate the system's configuration files, and generate XML descriptions of the current state, and frontends, generally written in C, which are GUIs for the GNOME desktop environment.

GNOME Unix configuration utilities
Gnome Ranger

Gnome Ranger is a text adventure game by Level 9 released in 1987. It was followed by a sequel, Ingrid's Back.

Mac OS games 1987 video games DOS games Amiga games Commodore 64 games ZX Spectrum games MSX games Atari 8-bit family games Interactive fiction Amstrad PCW games Amstrad CPC games BBC Micro and Acorn Electron games Atari ST games
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GNOME Activity Journal

GNOME Activity Journal is a semantic desktop browser-like application for the GNOME desktop environment. Instead of providing direct access to the hierarchical file system like most file managers, GNOME Activity Journal uses the Zeitgeist framework to classify files according to metadata. This includes time and date of previous accesses, location of use, file type, tagging and more.

File managers
Sky Gnome

The Sky Gnome is a device from British Sky Broadcasting launched under their Sky Digital (UK & Ireland) brand. It allows users to listen to radio channels and digital television from around the house.

Radio technology British television networks
Java-gnome

java-gnome is a set of language bindings for the Java programming language for use in the GNOME desktop environment. It is part of the official GNOME language bindings suite and provides a set of libraries allowing developers to write computer programs for GNOME using the Java programming language and the GTK+ cross-platform widget toolkit. Up until version 2.0, java-gnome was written by a project team of six programmers. Work on java-gnome 2.0 ceased in October 2006.

GNOME Java libraries Widget toolkits GTK+
Gnome Rhone Jupiter

Controversy over GNOME 3

With the release of GNOME 3.0 and its move away from the traditional desktop metaphor, considerable controversy was stirred among both GNU/Linux users and developers about its usability.

GNOME Graphical user interfaces
Gnome Subtitles

Gnome Subtitles is an open-source subtitle editor for the GNOME desktop, based on Mono. It supports the most common text-based subtitle formats, video previewing, timings synchronization and subtitle translation. The current version is 1.2. Gnome Subtitles is free software released under the GNU General Public License.

Mono project applications GNOME Free software programmed in C Sharp Subtitling GTK+
Gnome-do

Bristol-Siddeley Gnome

List of The World of David the Gnome episodes

The following is an episode list for the BRB Internacional animated television series The World of David the Gnome. The series comprises 26 episodes, each approximately 23 minutes in length. In the United States the series originally aired between January 4, 1988 and September 1, 1988. The English language episode titles are listed below, along with brief episode synopses:

Lists of animated television series episodes
Gnome of Girona

The Gnomo de Girona is the name given to the remains of an animal or a fetus (abnormal or not) found near Girona, Catalonia (Spain) in September 1989 that aroused some attention from the Spanish media, especially some TV programs specialized in parapsychology and the paranormal such as En los límites de la realidad and Otra dimensión.

1989 in Spain Hoaxes in Spain 1989 hoaxes Cryptids
Gnome-dictionary

GNOME Dictionary, also identified as gnome-dictionary, is a DICT client written in C by Emmanuele Bassi and others. It is part of the free software GNOME desktop suite, inside the gnome-utils meta-package. This allows users of GNOME to look up words on dictionary sources. gnome-dictionary was at first an independent DICT protocol client called gdict, created by Bradford Hovinen, Spiros Papadimitriou and Mike Hughes; it was included inside the gnome-utils meta-package during the 1.

GNOME Free dictionary software DICT clients
Gnome-Rhône 14N

The 14N was a 14-cylinder two-row air-cooled radial engine designed and manufactured by Gnome-Rhône. A development of the pre-war Gnome-Rhône 14K, the 14N was used on several French and German aircraft of World War II.

Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1930–1939 Radial engines
Gnome-Rhône 7K

The Gnome-Rhône 7K Titan Major was a 7-cylinder 370 hp (270 kW) air-cooled radial engine, that started life as an enlarged Gnome-Rhône 5K with two extra cylinders. The Gnome-Rhône 5K was itself a licensed version of the Bristol Titan. The 7K is very comparable to the Bristol Neptune 7-cylinder engine since they used the same technology. The 7K was followed by the larger and more powerful 9-cylinder 550 hp (405 kW) Gnome-Rhône 9K Mistral.

Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1920–1929 Radial engines
Gnome et Rhône

Gnome et Rhône was a major French aircraft engine manufacturer. Between 1914 and 1918 they produced 25,000 of their 9-cylinder Delta and Le Rhône 110 hp (81 kW) rotary designs, while another 75,000 were produced by various licensees, powering the majority of aircraft in the first half of the war on both sides of the conflict.

Motorcycle manufacturers of France Defunct aircraft engine manufacturers of France Cycle manufacturers of France
A Gnome There Was

A Gnome There Was is a collection of science fiction and fantasy stories by Henry Kuttner and C. L. Moore, published under their Lewis Padgett pseudonym by Simon & Schuster in 1950. No other editions were issued.

Science fiction anthologies
Castle Gnome

Castle Gnome is a virtual art project by Stefan Roloff. It was developed in a team effort with the web marketer Diego Gomez, the photographer Christian Jungeblodt and the 3D animator Frank Kunkel with music by Martin Rev and Johannes Roloff. Roloff’s inspiration arose from the heated debate about the reconstruction of the square. Defenders of the city castle's re-construction and their adversaries, the defenders of the former Communist Palace of the Republic called each other "philistine.

Contemporary works of art Conceptual art
Gnome (Dungeons & Dragons)

In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, gnomes are one of the core races available for play as player characters. Some speculate that they are closely related to dwarves; however, gnomes are more tolerant of other races and of magic, and are skilled with illusions. Gnomes are Small sized humanoids, standing 3-3½ feet (90-105 centimeters) tall.

Dungeons & Dragons standard creatures Dungeons & Dragons creatures from folklore and mythology Dungeons & Dragons humanoids Forgotten Realms creatures
Gnome King Kyrië

Gnome King Kyrië is, according to local folklore, the leader of the legendary gnomes which lived in the Campine region of the province of North Brabant, the Netherlands. These gnomes had their base in the village of Hoogeloon. From Hoogeloon the gnomes often made journeys in the neighbourhood. According to tradition the Gnome King Kyrië lived on the Kerkakkers in the Kabouterberg (Gnome Mountain), a tumulus located in the heathland of Hoogeloon.

Dutch legendary creatures Mythological kings Dutch mythology Dutch folklore Dutch culture European folklore
Gnome-Rhône 18L

The Gnome et Rhône 18L was a French-designed twin-row 18-cylinder air-cooled radial engine. The 18L was a large step up in terms of displacement, power and number of cylinders. The majority of Gnome-Rhone engines were either 7, 9 or 14 cylinders. The engine proved not to be a success, and it was dropped in 1939 due to a poor power-to-weight ratio. The American and British 18-cylinder engines proved lighter, smaller and generally more reliable.

Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1930–1939 Radial engines
Gnome-Rhône 14M

The Gnome-Rhône 14M was a small 14-cylinder two-row air-cooled radial engine that was used on several French and German aircraft of World War II.

Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1930–1939 Radial engines
GNOME Mobile & Embedded Initiative

The GNOME Mobile & Embedded Initiative (GMAE), also known as GNOME Mobile, is an initiative for developing and promoting the use of the GNOME platform in mobile devices. It was announced at the Embedded Linux Conference in Santa Clara, California on April 19, 2007.

GNOME Embedded Linux Mobile Linux
Gnome-Rhône 9K

The Gnome-Rhône 9K was a 9-cylinder 550 hp (405 kW) to 700 hp air-cooled radial engine, that started life as an enlarged Gnome-Rhône 7K with two extra cylinders. The Gnome-Rhône 7K itself was an enlarged version of the Gnome-Rhône 5K which was derived from a licensed version of the Bristol Titan . A redesign of the cylinders is indicated by the K suffix. The 9K was followed by the larger and more powerful 14-cylinder twin row Gnome-Rhône 14K.

Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1920–1929 Radial engines
Gnome Speech

The GNOME Speech API allows developers to incorporate speech technology into user interfaces for their GNOME applications. This API specifies a cross-platform interface to support command and control recognizers, dictation systems and speech synthesizers. This GSAPI release is just a specification, not an implementation. The plan is to release it to the GNOME community for review.

Computer accessibility GNOME
GNOME Storage

GNOME Storage was a project to replace the traditional file system with a new document store. Storage was part of a larger design for a new desktop environment that was still under development. The current implementation includes natural language access and network transparency. Storage is no longer being developed; its CVS tree has not been changed for several years.

GNOME Storage software
Gnome-ppp

Gnome-PPP is a front end to the Point-to-Point Protocol dialer Wvdial. It is meant to make it easier to configure a dialup connection, and supports a system tray icon. As of May 2009, the website is dead and the application appears to be discontinued, although it can still be downloaded from ubuntu. com.

Web software
Gnome Island

Gnome Island is a rocky island lying between the east end of Blaiklock Island and Thomson Head near the head of Bourgeois Fjord, off the west coast of Graham Land, Antarctica. It was first surveyed in 1949 by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey, and so named by them because of the resemblance of the island to a small gnomelike creature rising from the sea.

Fallières Coast Islands of Graham Land
GNOME Hispano

GNOME Hispano is the Spanish-speaking GNOME group, which tries to bring news, documentation and applications to all Spanish-speaking GNOME users and developers. Amongst its activities included are the translation of applications and documentation, writing of new documentation in Spanish, geared towards beginners, and the organization of some events, like the GUADEC conference held in Sevilla in April 2002.

GNOME
Astro-Gnome

The Astro-Gnome was a rather bizarre American automobile manufactured in 1956 by the Richard Arbib Co. of New York. Described as looking "like something out of a Flash Gordon film", the car had fluted aluminum side panels that had been anodized in different blending colors. It had a bubble canopy that gave unobstructed vision all around; this covered the passengers, but could be raised to allow walk-in entry and exit. Only one prototype was constructed.

Motor vehicles manufactured in the United States
Gnome-Rhône Mistral Major

The Gnome-Rhône 14K Mistral Major was a 14-cylinder, two-row, air-cooled radial engine. It was Gnome-Rhône's major aircraft engine prior to World War II, and matured into a highly sought-after design that would see licensed production throughout Europe and Japan. Thousands of Mistral Major engines were produced, used on a wide variety of aircraft.

Gnome-Rhône aircraft engines Aircraft piston engines 1920–1929 Radial engines Tumansky aircraft engines
Gnome Wave Cleaner

Gnome Wave Cleaner (GWC) is a digital audio editor application. The graphical user interface for the editor has been produced using the GTK+ widget toolkit. Its primary author is Jeff Welty. Released under the terms of the GNU General Public License, GWC is free software.

Free audio editors Free software programmed in C Free audio software GTK+
The Gnome (fairy tale)

The Gnome is a German fairy tale collected by the Brothers Grimm in Grimm's Fairy Tales, tale number 91. It is Aarne-Thompson type 301A, The Quest for the Vanished Princesses.

Brothers Grimm
List of motorcycles in The Art of the Motorcycle exhibition Gnome et Rhône M1 1

Le petit gnome

Le petit gnome is a German television series.

German television series
List of motorcycles in The Art of the Motorcycle exhibition Gnome et Rhône 750X 1

Gnome BitTorrent

GNOME BitTorrent (sometimes called simply GnomeTorrent) is a BitTorrent client included in recent versions of the GNOME desktop environment. It is designed to be easy to use and to integrate well with the rest of the desktop. Unlike larger clients such as Vuze, it lacks features such as queueing and does not display numerous details about the file you are downloading.

GNOME Linux BitTorrent clients Free BitTorrent clients Free software programmed in Python
GNOME-DB

GNOME-DB is a database application by the GNOME community. The project aims to provide a free unified data access architecture to the GNOME project for all Unix platforms. GNOME-DB is useful for any application that accesses persistent data (not only databases, but data), since it now contains a data management API.

GNOME Free database management systems
Gnome Basic

Gnome Basic (GB) was a software project whose goal was to provide Visual Basic compatible functionality for the GNOME project. Compatible functionality with Microsoft Office's Visual Basic for Applications was considered especially important. The project has since been discontinued, and apparently never went beyond the development stage. The Mono project, which implements VB. NET, largely supersedes it.

GNOME Discontinued BASICs BASIC programming language family
Ward Gnome

The Ward Gnome is a very small single seat sports monoplane, designed for amateur construction in the United Kingdom in the 1960s. Only one is known to have flown.

British sport aircraft 1960–1969

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