GNOME 3.25.2 was expected to launch earlier this week on the 24th, as we reported on the availability of both the Mutter window and composite manager and GNOME Shell interface, but it looks like the development team needed some more time to prepare this new development build and get everything ready for public testing. The development cycle of GNOME 3.26 continues next month with the release of GNOME 3.25.3, the third milestone, which should bring even more substantial updates to the GNOME Stack. After that, GNOME 3.25.4 is expected July 19, just a week before the GUADEC conference, which takes places between July 28 and August 2.
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