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What to look for in Fedora Workstation 34

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As we are heading towards April and the release of Fedora Workstation 34 I wanted to post an update on what we are working on for this release and what we are looking at going forward. 2020 was a year where we focused a lot on polishing what we had and getting things past the finish line and Fedora Workstation 34 is going to be the culmination of that effort in many ways.

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Fedora Workstation 34 Should Be Very Exciting With GNOME 40

  • Fedora Workstation 34 Should Be Very Exciting With GNOME 40, PipeWire Default

    Fedora 34 due out in April is shaping up to be a very exciting feature release as usual with this Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution continuing to live on the bleeding-edge of the open-source software ecosystem. Fedora Workstation 34 in particular is heavy on updates and new features, led by the GNOME 40 desktop.

    Christian Schaller of Red Hat who serves as the Senior Manager for Desktop provided a lengthy write-up going over some of the changes to find with the upcoming Fedora Workstation 34.

    Among the items we are excited about are the ongoing Wayland improvements/polishing, PipeWire aims to be the default in place of PulseAudio, improving the Flatpak experience, and yes the big GNOME 40 desktop update.

Fedora 34 Feature Focus: Updated Activities Overview

  • Fedora 34 Feature Focus: Updated Activities Overview

    Fedora Workstation 34 is scheduled for release towards the end of April. Among the various changes that it will contain is the soon-to-be-released GNOME 40. This comes with a number of improvements and new features, most notably an updated Activities Overview design. Read on to hear the background behind those changes, and what to expect from the upcoming release!

    In case anyone is wondering: yes, GNOME is changing its version schema for the upcoming release. The previous GNOME version schema gave stable releases even point numbers, like 3.32, 3.34 and 3.36. The last GNOME stable release is 3.38.

    As the number of releases in the GNOME 3.x series increased, this approach has become unwieldy. It is therefore being replaced with a simpler schema where stable releases have their own major number. 40 will be followed by 41, 42, 43, and so on.

Schaller: What to look for in Fedora Workstation 34

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