January 18, 2016

GNOME Devs Are Defining a Clear Set of Core Apps for the Desktop Environment

We always bring our readers the latest news from the GNOME Project, and today we have some interesting story to share with you all, especially GNU/Linux operating system vendors.

It would appear that the GNOME developers are currently in the process of revisiting the desktop environment's moduleset and defining a clear set of core apps, which should form the default user experience in upcoming releases of the GNOME desktop (most probably starting with GNOME 3.20, which should be available in spring 2016).

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