GNOME 3.13 Is Now Open For Development
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 28 March 2014 at 01:19 AM EDT. 2 Comments
The GNOME 3.13 series is now open for new developments in the lead-up to the GNOME 3.14 stable desktop release in September of 2014.

Immediately following this week's GNOME 3.12 release was marked by the opening of GNOME 3.13 for development, the unstable series that will culminate into GNOME 3.14.0 in six months time.

Matthias Clasen sent out the brief 3.13 opening announcement to the devel-list.

With the GNOME 3.13/3.14 series there will be a big focus on stabilizing the GNOME Wayland support to bring it out of being "tech preview" into a stable world, improvements to key applications, continued HiDPI refinements, and other features we'll find out about in the coming weeks and share on Phoronix.
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