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GNOME 3.34.1 released

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GNOME 3.34.1 is now available. This is a stable release containing four weeks' worth of bugfixes since the 3.34.0 release. Since it only contains bugfixes, all distributions shipping 3.34.0 should upgrade.

If you want to compile GNOME 3.34.1, you can use the official BuildStream project snapshot...

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Also: GNOME 3.34.1 Released With Latest Fixes

First GNOME 3.34 Point Release Goes Live

  • First GNOME 3.34 Point Release Goes Live with Oodles of Bug Fixes

    The first GNOME 3.34 point release has been made available for download.

    A post-release patch fest, GNOME 3.34.1 features no new features but does include a shed load of bug fixes, band-aids and (less notably) translation updates.

    “This is a stable release containing four weeks’ worth of bugfixes since the 3.34.0 release. Since it only contains bugfixes, all distributions shipping 3.34.0 should upgrade,” GNOME developers say.

    Although most Ubuntu users are yet to sample GNOME 3.34 ahead of Ubuntu 19.10, due on October 17, they can look forward to knowing that this point release will be packaged and distributed as a regular software update to “Eoan Ermine”.

    Among the changes, GNOME Calendar 3.34.1 regains the Ctrl + N shortcut, fixes first weekday calculation, and improves search results handling.

GNOME 3.34 Desktop Gets First Point Release

  • GNOME 3.34 Desktop Gets First Point Release, It's Now Ready for Mass Adoption

    Released last month on September 12th, the GNOME 3.34 "Thessaloniki" desktop environment introduced many new features and enhancements, such as support for custom folders in the application overview, visual refreshes for several apps and the desktop itself, as well as lots of performance improvements.

    Now, almost a month later, GNOME 3.34.1 has been released as the first of many to come maintenance updates to make the GNOME 3.34 desktop environment more stable and reliable, but also to encourage GNU/Linux distributions to adopt it in their software repositories as lots of bugs have been squashed. A complete list with all the changes included in GNOME 3.34.1 are available here.

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