I had thought that GNOME 2.30 was going to be the final GNOME 2.x release — I was wrong.
Today the GNOME Foundation released GNOME 2.32, which is interesting in some ways, but isn’t the monumental release that we’re all waiting for in GNOME 3.0.
“It’s a smaller release than usual, as we started this cycle with 3.0
as a target and decided to change the plans during GUADEC,” GNOME developer Vincent Untz blogged. “So some
modules just have bug fixes, with their cool new features incubating for
So what’s new?