Come April it will be five years since the release of GNOME 3.0. The GNOME desktop has certainly evolved a lot since going back to GNOME 3.0, but what do you think of it?
Allan Day has written a blog post today about some of the improvements that are being worked on for GNOME's settings area.
GNOME developer Bastien Nocera has landed support in GNOME Settings Daemon for supporting the airplane (WiFi and Bluetooth) hot-keys with small notification overlays.
More changes are inbound for GNOME 3.20.
Matthias Clasen has released GTK+ 3.19.6 in the road towards the GNOME 3.20 release in March.
Thanks to work that landed today by GNOME's Carlos Garnacho, there is now support on the GNOME desktop for supporting screen rotation on Wayland.
With for at least Android devices it's possible to import WiFi network settings via QR codes / barcodes rather than manually having to input a lot of information manually.
While GNOME's Outreachy program for this term just began in December and will be running through March, the under-represented participants are already making progress on the GNOME Maps program.
WebKitGTK+ WSA-2015-0002 was made public today as a security advisory with more than 100 vulnerabilities being mentioned.
If you are a user of GNOME's Totem video player, it looks like video hardware acceleration via the Video Acceleration API (VA-API) is working out better for users if using the new GStreamer-VAAPI v0.7 release.
As a Christmas present for GNOME users, Richard Hughes has shared the work going on with the GNOME Software app center and with the XDG-App sandboxing tech.
A week before Christmas, GNOME 3.19.3 is now available for those wanting to enjoy the very latest GNOME desktop developments.
The past few months have been very busy for Alexander Larsson and other GNOME developers leading the charge on XDG-App, their approach for sandboxing desktop applications.
Clutter 1.25.2 was released this morning by Emmanuele Bassi as the first development release of this tool-kit since Clutter 1.24.
With GNOME 3.19.3 due for release this week, Florian Müllner has announced new versions of GNOME Shell and Mutter.
The latest feature to be added to the GTK+ tool-kit in the path towards GNOME 3.20 is a new concept called Gadgets.
GNOME's Epiphany web-browser is under heavy development for the GNOME 3.20 cycle. Epiphany 3.19.1 was just released and it's packing a lot of new features.
As of this morning in NetworkManager is support for creating MAC VLAN and MAC VTAP devices.
Matthias Clasen has announced the release of GTK+ 3.19.4, the latest development snapshot for the toolkit in the road to GNOME 3.20.
Frederic Peters announced the release a few minutes ago of GNOME 3.19.2, the latest development release leading up to GNOME 3.20.
GTK+ 3.19.2 was released today as the newest development version of the toolkit in the road to GNOME 3.20.
Pitiv 0.95 has been released today as a significant update to the GNOME-aligned open-source, non-linear video editor.
Matthias Clasen announced the release today of GNOME 3.18.2 while all feature development continues to be around the GNOME 3.19 series culminating with GNOME 3.20.
The GNOME 2-forked desktop environment MATE has announced their v1.12 release today with a plethora of changes.
Christian Hergert has shared a blog post with some of his plans for what he hopes to accomplish during the GNOME 3.20 cycle with regard to his GNOME Builder integrated development environment.
Javier Jardón announced the release of GNOME 3.19.1 today as the first development release aiming toward GNOME 3.20.
GNOME Shell 3.19.1 and Mutter 3.19.1 were released today for the imminent GNOME 3.19.1 development release with more fixes/improvements for Wayland.
For those using GParted as GUI-driven Linux disk partitioning, the GParted 0.24 release is now available with new features.
GNOME developers are working towards redesigning the GNOME Control Center and as one of the steps towards that is rolling out a new Mouse and Touchpad panel.
The release schedule for the GNOME 3.19/3.20 series has now been firmed up.
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