While many of you did not even manage to upgrade to the new GNOME 3.24 release and discover its cool new features, it looks like the GNOME development team has no time to waste as they put together the roadmap for the next series, which will be developed during the next six months under the GNOME 3.25.x umbrella. The development cycle of GNOME 3.26 will start next month, but the first packages will be revealed at the end of April, on the 26th, as the GNOME 3.25.1 unstable release, which bleeding-edge users and early adopters will be able to install on their GNU/Linux distributions for testing purposes.
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