GNOME 3.28 Desktop Gets First Point Release, It's Ready for Mass Deployment
The GNOME 3.28 desktop environment received today its first point release with a plethora of various bug fixes and improvements for numerous of its core components, marking it as ready for mass deployments.
GNOME 3.28 is the latest version of the open source desktop environment used by default in numerous GNU/Linux distributions, including the Ubuntu, Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and others. It was officially released last month on March 14, but it usually takes a couple of weeks for it to land in the stable software repositories of these distros.
This usually happens when the first point release is out, GNOME 3.28.1 in this case, which was announced a few moments ago by Javier Jardón of the GNOME Release Team via an email announcement on Friday, noting the fact that the GNOME 3.28.1 packages should arrive shortly in the repositories of your favorite GNU/Linux distribution.
What’s new in GNOME 3.28.1
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