GNOME 2.27.5 Released, Marks Feature Freeze
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 30 July 2009 at 09:10 AM EDT. 34 Comments
Vincent Untz has announced the release of GNOME 2.27.5. This unstable release of GNOME in the road to GNOME 2.28.0 also marks the entering of the feature freeze for this bi-annual update to GNOME. The packages found in GNOME 2.27.5 have a whole host of changes ranging from burst photography support in Cheese to translation updates and fixes throughout the desktop and platform.

The GNOME 2.27.5 release announcement can be read on the GNOME mailing list. GNOME 2.28 is scheduled for release in September while the release after that will be GNOME 3.0 in H1'2010.
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