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GNOME 3.37.90 Released

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  • GNOME 3.37.90 released
    GNOME 3.37.90 is now available. This is the first beta release towards
    3.38. It also marks the start of the UI, feature and API freezes
    (collectively known as The Freeze). The corresponding flatpak runtimes
    have been published to Flathub beta.
    If you'd like to target the GNOME 3.36 platform, this is the best time
    to start testing your apps or extensions. You can use the 3.38beta
    branch of the flatpak runtimes.
    A virtual machine image is available at
    It can be used to test the new version, and test/port GNOME Shell
    extensions. It is recommended to use the nightly version of GNOME
    Boxes to run it (the beta version should be soon available on Flathub
    beta, and can be used as well).
    If you want to compile GNOME 3.37.90 yourself, you can use the
    official BuildStream project snapshot:
    The list of updated modules and changes is available here:
    The source packages are available here:
    This release is a snapshot of development code. Although it is
    buildable and usable, it is primarily intended for testing and hacking
    purposes. GNOME uses odd minor version numbers to indicate development
    For more information about 3.38, the full schedule, the official module
    lists and the proposed module lists, please see our 3.37 wiki page:
  • GNOME 3.38 Beta Released Ahead Of Official Release Next Month

    GNOME 3.37.90 has been released this weekend to serve as the beta of the upcoming GNOME 3.38 desktop release. 

    A lot has been building up over the past six months for GNOME 3.38, which we'll have our usual feature overview in the weeks ahead. As far as new changes to the GNOME 3.38 beta, some of the latest work includes: 

  • GNOME 3.38 Desktop Environment Enters Beta, Final Release Expected on September 16

    After a one week delay, the GNOME Project announced today the general availability of the first beta version of the upcoming GNOME 3.38 desktop environment series.

    The GNOME 3.38 beta marks an important milestone in the development cycle of the GNOME 3.38 desktop environment. which is expected to hit the streets exactly in a month from the moment of writing this article, on September 16th, 2020.

    The beta milestone also marks the start of the UI Freeze, Feature Freeze and API Freezes, which means that no major new features will be added to the upcoming GNOME 3.38 desktop environment until its final release.

GNOME 3.38 “Zacatecas”: What’s Coming In The Next Stable Release

  • GNOME 3.38 “Zacatecas”: What’s Coming In The Next Stable Release?

    GNOME is one of the most popular desktop environments adopted by major Linux-based operating systems such as Ubuntu, Fedora, and Pop!_OS. GNOME 3.36 “Gresik” is the current stable branch released on March 11, 2020.

    Continuing the development cycle for the upcoming stable version 3.38, GNOME 3.37.90 has recently been released, which serves as the first beta version towards the 3.38. Hence, in this article, I’ll list down all the important features coming in GNOME 3.38.0.

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