Gnome Shell bumped to unstable version 188.8.131.52 and brought a visual change. G-Clocks can now be launched from GS Calendar.
Also I found this nerd guy -on the left- and his friends, which are the emotes that are going to use at some point in GNOME.
GNOME Shell 184.108.40.206
There was a small update in GNOME Shell.
userMenu: Use show-full-name-in-top-bar setting [Bastien; #689561]
dateMenu: Add “Open Clocks” entry [Mathieu; #644390]
screenshot: Immediately show the flash spot [Jasper; #691875]
Misc. bug fixes [Rico, Jeremy]
Jeremy Bicha, Mathieu Bridon, Bastien Nocera, Jasper St. Pierre, Rico Tzschichholz
Ihar Hrachyshka [be]
Open Clocks Menu is only visible if you have installed the G-Clocks App.
On bug report #644390 there is a comment by Peter Robinson
This doesn’t reimplement the timezone display though. It basically gives you a link to open another application. It’s not very helpful like the old implementation. If I have a meeting scheduled on one timezone or I need to call someone on another timezone and I want to quickly check what the time is in Perth when I’m in Helsinki I don’t want to have to wait for an entire new app to open, interrupt my workflow only to have to quit it seconds later.
And I also agree. Different time zones should be quick accessible as a GNOME Shell component and not a separate App. On the other hand, is better than nothing :)
There were in GNOME Git for some time, but I had never notice them :)
Search improvements in GNOME 3.8
Cosimo wrote a post with all the new search stuff in GNOME 3.8!