What’s new with Gnome 2.28?


Article from Issue 110/2010

New features and below-ground tweaks make the Gnome desktop lean and free of legacy ballast.

Right on schedule, the Gnome team released the latest 2.28 ver­sion of the popular GNU desktop (Figure 1). The focus for this release was mainly on cleaning up: The devel­oper discarded unnecessary function calls, and various libraries were tagged as “obsolete.”

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