The latest issue of the GNOME Journal has just been published! It features an introduction to GTK+ cross-platform application development, an interview with Jakub Steiner and Andreas Nilsson about the Tango Project, the first article of a series about free desktop companies, and a letter from the editor.
Here we go: this is the last unstable release before 2.18.0. We've all added cool features, important bug fixes, great translations, or shiny documentation during the past six months. And it'll be soon ready for public consumption. There's still one week before the hard code freeze, so it's not too late to fix this last bug you're ashamed of. And then, you'll be able to think about the future. What will make GNOME 2.20.0 rock? It's up to you to write this future!
The second beta release on the road towards GNOME 2.18.0, which will be released in March 2007.
The latest stable release of GNOME is here: GNOME 2.16.3! This is the final release in a series of point releases for the 2.16 branch.
GNOME 2.17.90 has been released, with 2.18 just around the corner (March '07). This release marks the start of the UI Freeze, among other improvements.
This is their fifth development release on the road towards GNOME 2.18.0, which will be released in March 2007. This is also the release which marks the start of the API/ABI freeze for the platform and the start of the feature freeze.
The second development release on the road towards GNOME 2.18.0, which will be released in March 2007. New features are coming in at a nice rate, and that's great. A lot of bug fixes too. And some crashers are appearing here and there: that's the fun of unstable releases.
GNOME 2.16.2 is the latest release from the GNOME project. This is the second release in a series of point releases for the 2.16 branch. Read more for the full announcement.