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Submission + - Gnome 3.12 to be delayed to sync with Wayland release (muktware.com)

sfcrazy writes: Gnome developers are planning to delay the release of Gnome 3.12 by approximately a week. It’s a deliberate delay to sync the release with the availability of Wayland 1.5. Matthias Clasen (Fedora and Gnome developer) explains that “the GNOME release team is pondering moving the date for 3.12.0 out by approximately a week, to align the schedule with the Wayland release plans (a 1.4.91 release including all the xdg-shell API we need is planned for April 1). The latter 3.11.x milestones would be shifted as well, to avoid lengthening the freeze period unnecessarily.”
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Gnome 3.12 to be delayed to sync with Wayland release

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