Ggradebook (GNU gradebook)

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News

February 2017: A new version (O.92) has been released… after 17 years! It is available at http://www.norbertdejonge.nl/Ggradebook/.

Introduction to Ggradebook

Ggradebook is the fully-featured GNU gradebook; an application for tracking student grades for teachers. It uses GTK+ and can optionally be compiled to use GNOME. The author of Ggradebook is Norbert de Jonge.

You can see a screenshot of Ggradebook 0.90 here.

downloading Ggradebook

The main ftp distribution site of Ggradebook is http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/ggradebook/. You may want to use one of the mirrors, though.

You can also navigate the CVS repository at http://savannah.gnu.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs/ggradebook/ggradebook/ (the link "Download tarball" at the bottom of the page lets you get a tarball of the current snapshot).

Ggradebook Development

Ggradebook is a free project in which anyone interested can participate. If you'd like to follow or contribute to the development of Ggradebook, please visit the project's page in Savannah: http://savannah.gnu.org/projects/ggradebook. You will also find there a pointer to the mailing lists of the project.


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Updated: $Date: 2017/08/16 07:28:15 $ $Author: th_g $