"This page outlines the GNOME roadmap as of February
"This page does not include details on GNOME Office, the roadmap
is limited to the core user environment and the development
"As many of you know, there are two important sides to GNOME.
One side is the user desktop environment, and the other is a
development platform. When planning releases, we tend to want to
release the user environment very often, so users get the latest
and greatest stuff. At the same time, we want a stable and
relatively unchanging development platform. Basically, not all
GNOME releases will update the development platform."
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