The GNOME 3.32 beta 2 release is here two weeks after the first beta version to add even more improvements and squash as many bugs as possible before the final release hits the streets next month. The second beta release of the GNOME 3.32 desktop environment also marks the beginning of the String Freeze development stage. Those interested in test driving the second beta of GNOME 3.32 can use the official BuildStream project snapshot, which is the recommended way to test development builds of the open-source desktop environment because it's not dependent on your host system's packages, or compile the source packages.
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