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Linux Desktop isn’t just about GNOME and Ubuntu. KDE 5 is going to be released in 1st half of 2014 and brings a set of amazing technologies like QT5/QML, Wayland and much much more!
Valve announced the release of Steam OS (a new Linux based OS) around two months ago and they now ( Dec 4) join Linux Foundation ahead of SteamOS launch!
Nelson Mandela died in December 5th, 2013.
The next stable version of the Gnome focused editor comes with GTK+ 3 support among other things
A quick look into Gnome 3 tabs design philosophy
The first bugfix release of the 3.10 branch is here
Polari is going to be the official GNOME Internet Chat Client application, hopefully in version 3.12.
When Fedora 20 release this December, they will offer a Tech Preview of GNOME Wayland before the transition and full Wayland support planned for F21. Right now you can test Wayland only with a JHBuild installation.
Alongside with GNOME 3.10, GTK 3.10 comes with many additions to make devs life easier and user experience better!
Almost at the same date, Free Software community releases Fedora 20 Alpha and GNOME 3.10!
With GNOME 3.10 around the corner (coming in 2 days!), the roadmap to 3.12 has already begin and brings some huge changes!
Better late than never, believe it or not, but GNOME gets a Software Center, an Application Store, a GNOME-Play.. whatever, you name it ;)
This is one month old new but better late than ever :) GNOME launched an official GitHub mirror for all of their modules!
Another development version of Gnome’s default shell was released, fixing many issues along the way
GNOME Tweak Tool 3.10 comes with a revisited interface and some new nice options. One of them is the choice to attach again AppsMenus back in Applications! On the left John Stowers avatar, maintainer of G-T-T.
Just a few days are remaining before the GNOME 3.10 stable release, and a few more till distros adopt it. A definitely eye-catching new feature in this latest GNOME version, is none other than the extensive use of CSD in GNOME Apps.
Here comes the third major release for the popular music playing and managing application codenamed “I Eat Tapes”
Major module redesigns are among the many exciting changes that concern the next gen of Gnome’s control center application!