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Gnome 3.14 Stable Will Be Released In September 2014, Coming With Both Better Wayland Support And Some New Apps

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Also GNOME Maps, which has debuted on GNOME 3.10, will be receive a bunch of interesting improvements. Among others, GNOME Maps 3.14 will come with some GUI improvements, support for points of interests (like cinema, restaurants, hotels, etc) and enhanced support for zooming. Also, the points of interests will use both the Facebook and Foursquare APIs, for a better interaction with Gnome Shell, while the users will be able to edit the OpenStreetMaps maps directly from the GNOME app.

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