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GNOME 2.32 Release Candidate Makes It Out

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Published on 18 September 2010 09:42 PM EDT
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME
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The release candidate for GNOME 2.32 is now available after it was delayed a few days due to technical problems. GNOME 2.32 will be released later this month as the last major release prior to GNOME 3.0 that is set to be released in March after formerly the 2.32 release was to be marked as 3.0.

The GNOME 2.32 Release Candidate delay and other details are talked about in the GNOME 2.32 RC (v2.31.92) release announcement.

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