GNOME 3.20 Feature Planning Heats Up
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 22 September 2015 at 07:35 PM EDT. 8 Comments
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With the feature-rich and polished GNOME 3.18 arriving tomorrow, GNOME 3.19 development will quickly kick off in leading up to the GNOME 3.20 release next March.

Already this month I wrote about Features To Hopefully Look Forward To In GNOME 3.20 that listed possible changes/additions to GTK+, Nautilus, Calendar, To Do, Maps, and more. Today there's a new blog post out by GNOME contributor Georges Stavracas with some other possible GNOME 3.20 work items.

Among the items mentioned by Stavracas include Calendar theme improvements, Drag 'n' Drop for the calendar, a new flow-grid view for To Do, improved bookmarking for Nautilus, and GTK+ clean-ups.

What do you hope will be improved or added to GNOME 3.20? Share your hopes by commenting on this article.
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