MATE-Desktop 1.11 Released, Working Towards MATE 1.12
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 8 October 2015 at 01:46 PM EDT. 5 Comments
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The GNOME2-forked MATE-Desktop has tagged version 1.11.0 as their newest milestone.

MATE developers are currently working towards MATE 1.12. MATE 1.12 is expected to have full support for GTK3, initial support for Wayland, support for GNOME Account Servers, full support for systemd's logind, xf86-input-libinput driver support, and various other changes. The work-in-progress items can be found via the MATE-Desktop Roadmap.

The MATE-Desktop 1.11.0 package was meanwhile tagged yesterday and it now depends on XRandR 1.3+, middle-click mouse button emulation by default, various GTK3-related changes, and has various minor fixes. More details on the latest MATE-Desktop happenings can be found via this Git repository along with their other repos. The state of the various MATE components can be found on this Wiki page.
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