History

9 Nov 2005 – Ben has begun investigating improving GOK hardware support
11 May 2005 – gok v 1.0.5 uploaded
26 Apr 2005 – gok v 1.0.4 uploaded
21 Feb 2005 – Version 1.0.0!!!!! We are proud to announce GOK is considered robust, reliable and ready for prime time. Go GOK!
12 Nov 2004 – gok has reached v 0.11.16
22 Jun 2004 – gok has reached v 0.11.5 (we can feel a version 1.0 approaching)
24 Mar 2004 – gok has reached v 0.10.0 stable and will be released with gnome 2.6
21 Jan 2004 – 2 new screen shots (from different countries)
12 Jan 2004 – gok 0.9.5 is released, we’re still gokking!
14 Nov 2003 – gok 0.9.3 is released with support for l11n of keyboards and other goodies!
10 Sep 2003 – gok 0.8.0 is released as part of GNOME 2.4 “Temujin”!!!
18 Aug 2003 – don’t worry, gok is still going strong, we’re just busy getting ready for the big gnome release…
23 May 2003 – gok wins free software award in France!
award with University of Toronto campus in the background
19 April 2003 – gok 0.7.1 available.
4 April 2003 – gok 0.7.0 made available as a tarball!
25 Mar 2003 – added csun 2003 presentation
6 Dec 2002 – updated website
10 May 2002 – the gok-dev mailing list is set up – more info is on the developers page. also, we now have screenshots!
28 Mar 2002 – csun went very well.
30 Jan 2002 – the gok source has been added to the gnome cvs tree!
where: cvs.gnome.org:/cvs/gnome
project name: gok
more help: http://developer.gnome.org/tools/cvs.html
7 Nov 2001 – gok has been announced on gnome-hackers@gnome.org, gnome-announce-list@gnome.org, and gnome-accessibility-list@gnome.org!