Andre Klapper announced the first draft schedule for GNOME 3.10 in MLs
I’ve published a draft for the GNOME 3.9/3.10 schedule to
In case of no feedback this will become the final schedule in a few days.
GNOME 3.10 is coming out in 25th of September, but all the new features will be available for early adopters from August 21, which is the beta version. This is still a draft and dates might slightly change, but we will definitely get the new GNOME after our summer holidays -at least who ever has summer holidays!
Some of the new (under discussion) features can be viewed at:
- Automatic Extension Updates
- Integrate Flickr in Photos
- Focus-caret tracking in GNOME Shell
- Git integration in the developer experience
- Maps application
- Colour Tinting in GNOME Shell
- Videos application implementation
- Integrate Zimbra in GNOME
But obviously everyone will focus on:
Which is planned as testing for 3.10 and full working at the version after 3.10. Actually there is a Draft Announcement for Wayland from Olav Vitters. This is personal opinion (at the moment) and it doesn’t reflect GNOME schedule but you still can check it here:
From Andre Klapper
Note that feature freeze for May 29th only refers to system-wide, mostly cross-module features. Every module itself can receive new features until “the freeze” comes in late August.