GNOME 3.22 Beta Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 22 August 2016 at 07:01 PM EDT. 10 Comments
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The first beta of GNOME 3.22 beta is now available for testing ahead of the planned official desktop release around this time next month.

Some of the recent package changes for the GNOME 3.22 Beta include sharing support for GNOME Photos, various Mutter and GNOME Shell improvements (including Wayland improvements!), and GTK improvements.

Some other changes include LZ4 compressed file support in file-roller, glib-networking now makes use of upstream gettext, the GNOME Maps proxy should now be working for tile services in a better manner, many Nautilus fixes, UI polishing for dconf-editor, Evolution now uses WebKit2 rather than WebKit1, UI updates to the GNOME Color Manager, and more including many bug fixes throughout the many GNOME components.

More details on today's GNOME 3.22 beta via the announcement message.
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