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Linux and Main: Proposed GNOME-2.2 Release Schedule

Aug 08, 2002, 23:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Luis Villa)

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"When GNOME-2.0 was released in late June, it was billed as a release aimed especially at developers, to give them a stable target for porting their existing applications and for the creation of new ones. The widespread adoption of the GNOME2 series of desktops was expected to wait until 2.01, 2.02, or even 2.2, by which time the user interface and underlying code will be more mature.

"Last month, GNOME hackers met in Cambridge, MA, to hack toward the 2.2 release. And now Ximian's Luis Villa has proposed a development and release schedule for 2.2 that, if adopted and followed, would make GNOME-2.2 available at the end of January..."

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