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Gnome 3.6.1 Released, Looking forward to 3.8

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Today Gnome released the 3.6.[1] version that is a major bug fixing release, typically in every Gnome 3.[x%2 == 0] series.

From today Gnome is looking forward to the next release, which from an early quick look, 3.8 seems to be another massive developing cycle that will follow the excessive work done in 3.6. New Apps, a better notification system, a re-designed Gnome Shell, better (and more) Cloud support and much more things will land in 3.8.

gnome 3.6.1

Normally x.x.1 releases are not specially notable, but this time there were significant changes in many Gnome software.

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