GNOME 3.36 Desktop Environment Development Continues with the Second Snapshot
The GNOME Project has announced the general availability of the second snapshot in the development cycle of the upcoming GNOME 3.36 desktop environment, due for release in spring 2019.
GNOME 3.35.2 is now available for public testing as the second development snapshot in the development cycle of the upcoming GNOME 3.36 desktop environment, bringing more new features, improvements, bug fixes, and updated translation to various of GNOME’s core components and apps. A complete changelog is available here for more details on the included changes.
“This is the second unstable release leading to the 3.36 stable series, and it’s a pretty quiet one since our most prominent modules were not updated,” said Michael Catanzaro in an email announcement. “A couple modules were temporarily back due to the various incompatibilities, but this is typical for our unstable releases and nothing that looks difficult to resolve… (read more)