GNOME 2.31.2 Released w/ Plenty Of New Code
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 28 May 2010 at 08:02 AM EDT. Add A Comment
GNOME 3.0 is being released this September and as such in recent weeks and going forward there is a whole onslaught of interesting changes in the GNOME desktop stack. GNOME 2.31.2 has been released, which is a development snapshot of the GNOME 2.32/3.0 stack.

This week we already talked about some of the GNOME 2.31.2 package updates including the work being done to Clutter, Mutter, and the GNOME Shell. Other changes include a GSettings back-end for GConf, GDBus D-Bus support has been merged, and X Input 2 support for GTK+.

The GNOME 2.31.2 release announcement can be read on the GNOME mailing list.
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