Wednesday, July 28, 2010

GNOME 3.0 delayed until March 2011

In a decision that will alter plans of more than a distribution based on this desktop, GNOME developers announced under its current GUADEC conference, which is taking place until next 30 July in Hague, that very Advance version 3.0 of its graphical desktop environment for nix systems will be delayed until March 2011 in September due to "quality issues in code."

The new time gained would also serve to improve accessibility support to radical GNOME Shell and all GNOME 3.0 documentation.

Late last year launch of project team had announced that GNOME 3.0 would be released in month of September this year, which potentially could have altered very least schedule a recognized distribution of GNU/Linux.

The plan is now GNOME 2.32 release this month of September (2010), with improvements and corrections of rigor, but in addition also first version Beta of GNOME 3.0 Preview Release.

Here is official announcement finally said that launch of project team decided that GNOME 3.0 release cycle needs another to mature and be able to "meet the quality" that their community expects.
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actually i hope they make a better desktop, has a graphics like windows 7 but works faster for sure, but from the picture i see up there, sounds like it won't be fun at all.

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