GNOME Drafts Release Date for Gnome 3.22

Good news to all the GNOME fans. The beautiful desktop is set to release its 3.22 version on the 21st of September.

Following the release of Gnome 3.20 which was earlier this month on the 23rd, the next stable release will be that of GNOME 3.22 scheduled for September 21, 2016.

Gnome desktop has so far received updates on the likes of agenda view, week view, and support view for calendar file types, and social media button blocking, pop-up blocker and support for user scripts for the Web.

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GNOME 3.22 Release Schedule

The GNOME 3.22 development cycle will begin when the first beta version, Gnome 3.21.3, will be released to testers and developers on the 27th of April 2016. GNOME 3.21.2 will then follow on the 25th of  May, GNOME 3.21.3 on the 22nd of June and GNOME 3.21.4 on the 20th of July 20,all this year:

  • GNOME 3.21.1 – April 27
  • GNOME 3.21.2 – May 25
  • GNOME 3.21.3 – June 22
  • GNOME 3.21.4 – July 20

The 2016 GUADEC conference (the annual meeting of the GNOME developer community) has been planned to hold in Karlsruhe, Germany between the 12th and 14th of August. Immediately after, specifically on the 17th of August, GNOME 3.22’s first beta will be made public.

Other release dates include:

  • GNOME 3.22 Beta 1 – August 17
  • GNOME 3.22 Beta 2 – August 31
  • GNOME 3.22 RC – September 14

The GNOME 3.22 final stable release has been scheduled for the 21st of September which will then be followed by the release of GNOME 3.22.1, on the 12th of October.

You can check out the dates listed in the draft release directly on the Gnome wiki page to see the project time plan and don’t forget that the listed dates above are subject to change. We will post updates if any emerge. Till then, stay tuned to Ubuntu Next for more gist.

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