GNOME 3.23.1 Released, First Step Towards GNOME 3.24
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 29 October 2016 at 04:36 PM EDT. 9 Comments
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GNOME 3.23.1 has been released as the first development milestone towards GNOME 3.24 that will be released next March.

The GNOME 3.23.1 release was slightly released due to being "a little more bumpy than normal" as more GNOME modules transition to the Meson build system.

GNOME 3.23.1 has several Epiphany browser changes including a re-licensing of the code, address bar changes, HTTPS Everywhere added by default, a fix for the GDM manager for Wayland logins after a Xorg logout for a user, various GNOME Calculator improvements, and various other alterations.

Expect much more to come of GNOME 3.23/3.24 development in the weeks ahead. More details on GNOME 3.23.1 via the GNOME devel list.
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