GNOME 2.0 Desktop Snapshot 20020607: "The Release Formerly Known As..." ======================================================================= Please note that we have delayed the release candidate until next week. Last Monday, when tarballs were due for this release, there were 9 remaining release critical bugs. The release team decided that this was not suitable for a release candidate, so it was deferred for a week. However, the final release date remains unchanged. If all goes to plan, we'll be signing butts to celebrate the release of the GNOME 2.0.0 Desktop on June 21st. The GNOME 2.0 Desktop Snapshot 20020607: "The Release Formerly Known As...", is ready for your bug-busting and testing pleasure, and available for immediate download: http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/pre-gnome2/releases/gnome-2.0-desktop-20020607/ The GNOME 2.0 Desktop is a greatly improved user environment for existing GNOME applications. Enhancements include anti-aliased text and first class internationalisation support, new accessibility features for disabled users, and many improvements throughout GNOME's highly regarded user interface. Updates ------- This snapshot includes new releases of the following modules, since the 20020525 snapshot: atk at-spi bonobo-activation eel gail GConf gdm gedit2 glib gnome-applets gnome-desktop gnome-games gnome-media gnome-panel gnome-session gnome-terminal gnome-utils gnome-vfs gtk+ intltool libbonobo libbonoboui libglade libgnome libgnomecanvas libgnomeprint libgnomeprintui libgnomeui libgtkhtml libIDL libwnck libxml2 libxslt libzvt linc nautilus nautilus-gtkhtml ORBit2 pango scrollkeeper yelp Please see our previous release notes for build requirements, etc. Thanks, - The GNOME 2.0 Release Team -- "Perdon; estoy buscando mis pantalones." - Luis Villa _____________________________________________ gnome-announce-list mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gnome-announce-list
June 7, 2002
GNOME 2.0 desktop snapshot 20020607 released
GNOME: "Last Monday, when tarballs were due for this release, there were 9 remaining release critical bugs. The release team decided that this was not suitable for a release candidate, so it was deferred for a week."