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GNOME 3.22 "Karlsruhe" Desktop Environment to Be Released on September 21, 2016

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On March 22, 2016, GNOME developer Andre Klapper published a draft release schedule for the next major version of the GNOME desktop environment, version 3.22.

The release schedule has been posted a day before the launch of GNOME 3.20, which hit the streets on March 23, as expected, bringing dozens of goodies for fans of the open-source desktop environment for GNU/Linux operating systems. GNOME 3.20 will make its way into the software repositories of various distributions in the coming weeks or months.

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Gnome 3.20

Gnome 3.20 is a nice release apart from some theme glitches due to the changes in gtk+ 3.20 but those will probably be eventually fixed.

I also saw some weird regressions in nautilus (one of which can end up in a nautilus crash) and reported them to their bug tracker. The nautilus developer confirmed them so I guess they will be fixed at some point as well.

Gnome-maps is much better before and slowly approaching feature parity with KDE's Marble.

Evolution should be ported to webkit2 in Gnome 3.22.

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