GNOME 3.19.2 Released, Stepping Towards GNOME 3.20
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 27 November 2015 at 09:02 AM EST. Add A Comment
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Frederic Peters announced the release a few minutes ago of GNOME 3.19.2, the latest development release leading up to GNOME 3.20.

GNOME 3.19.2 features many improvements brought by NetworkManager 1.0.8, UI improvements to Eye of GNOME, GDM fixes a security vulnerability of a lock-screen bypass by holding the ESC key, GNOME Shell fixes a browser plug-in crash with Firefox, theming changes via GTK+ 3.19.3, many Nautilus fixes, faster startups of GNOME Logs, GNOME Maps improvements, experimental editing support in GNOME Photos, and more. To other GNOME packages is also a lot of bug fixes and translation updates.

More details via the release announcement.
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