After all these information about how to compile GPE it might be interesting to know where to find GPE and information about it.
The first thing to know about GPE sources is the location of the GPE main source repository. This one is located here: http://gpe.linuxtogo.org/download/source/ It contains the release packages of all pieces of GPE. As long as there is no good reason not to do so please choose the latest version of a package if you intend to use it.
The GPE project makes use of the linuxtogo.org Subversion (SVN) to keep its sources. You can access latest sources either by using the svn command line tool or ViewCVS if you only want to take a look. If you do not have an account at linuxtogo.org you can check out GPE with anonyomous SVN access. Follow these example instructions:
$ svn checkout svn://projects.linuxtogo.org/svn/gpe/trunk gpe_svnFor a detailed description of the contents of GPE SVN repository see the section about the SVN below. To find out more about how to use Subversion check out the manual at http://svnbook.red-bean.com/.
Just continue reading this manual might be the best idea, but there are other sources for information available:
The GPE website (http://gpe.linuxtogo.org) itself is currently not perfectly up to date, but it contains some additional information about some parts of GPE and some news about what is going on. It also contains information about how to get in touch with the developers and a nice screenshot gallery to find out how GPE looks(and looked) like.
linuxtogo.org Wiki http://www.linuxtogo.org/gowiki/GpeProject has much of information about GPE and related topics like the Angstrom distribution and Linux on all kind of mobile devices. It also contains a collection of user documentation for several GPE applications.
Not everything is documented or obvious - if you need help or are curious about something do not hesitate to use our mailinglist (email@example.com). Because postings from not subscribed email addresses need to be moderated manually which takes a lot of time it is currently a very good idea to subscribe to the mailinglist before sending a mail to it.