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The GNOME 3 Promo DVD is an iso image combining both x86 and x86-64 images.

For more information, see https://live.gnome.org/ThreePointZero/PromoDVD

DVD Sleeve and Label

The cover.sla and label.sla are Scribus files containing a DVD sleeve and a DVD
label, that have been used for the pressed DVDs that were offered to the GNOME
Foundation on behalf of the openSUSE project. They can be used if you decide to
press more DVDs or to burn your own DVDs.

See a picture of how the DVD sleeve and label look like:

Media Files Shipped on the DVD

To help demo GNOME, the image comes with various media files:

 + movies: Sintel, Big Buck Bunny and the GNOME 3 videos from www.gnome3.org.
 + music: Out of it (by Brad Sucks), Breadcrumbs (by Josh Woodward), Orphan
   Songs (by Orphan Songs) and Accords et Âmes (by ZAM'S)
 + book: Producing Open Source Software.
 + pictures: several pictures from Flickr. 

Those files are all coming with friendly licenses (usually, a Creative Commons
one, either BY or BY-SA). 

Getting the Source Code

This Promo DVD is an image built on openSUSE 11.4, to which GNOME 3 was added.
The tool to create the image is KIWI: http://en.opensuse.org/Portal:KIWI

The sources for openSUSE 11.4 are available at:
The sources for the GNOME 3 packages are available at:
The sources used by KIWI to build the image are available at:

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