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  • Ubuntu Desktop Weekly Update: August 11, 2017

    We’re preparing to make the changes described above in the coming weeks, that means that the GNOME Shell Ubuntu session is going to transition to this design in the next few days. Didier will be posting a series of blog posts next week on how this all works as they are landing. The vanilla upstream GNOME session will also emerge from this work. And we’ll link to the posts in next week’s newsletter, but keep an eye on social media for up-to-date information.

    We’ve resurrected the “power off” option when the power button is pressed.  This will appear in GNOME Control Center 3.25.90.

  • GNOME Calendar App to Support Adding and Modifying of Recurrences for GNOME 3.26

    The Beta release of the upcoming GNOME 3.26 desktop environment is still not out as probably there's more apps and core components that need to be released, but this gives us extra time to look at the new features of various GNOME apps.

    We already told you what's coming to the Nautilus (GNOME Files) and Epiphany (GNOME Web) apps, and it now looks like the maintainers of the GNOME Calendar app have released the Beta version for GNOME 3.26.

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